Quantifying kindness – Country factsheet (Northern Ireland)
Author: Ben Thurman and Jennifer Wallace
This factsheet provides a summary of Northern Irish data on experiences of kindness, attitudes and behaviours towards public engagement, and self-identification of place.
The data was collected by Ipsos MORI, on behalf of the Carnegie UK Trust. Surveys were run using representative random sampling in each of the five jurisdictions in the UK and Ireland. Data in this factsheet is based on face-to-face interviews with 1,032 adults (over the age of 16) in Northern Ireland in April and May 2018.
Other titles in the ‘Quantifying kindness’ suite of reports include:
- A data booklet that compares the five jurisdictions, as well as providing more detail on methodology and analysis.
- Country Factsheets, covering data for England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
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