Blue Collar Workers Market Research, Conducted in W1, London On Tues 23rd July 2019


Blue Collar Workers Market Research, Conducted in W1, London On Tues 23rd July 2019

London W1 Tuesday 23rd July

6pm - 8pm (2 hours)

Female 20 - 40 years £50

815pm - 1015pm (2 hours) Male 40+ years £60 Blue Collar Workers London W1


(incentives via BACs 2 weeks after research)


Please send your answers to the following questions, to the email address at the bottom.


Name

Contact number

Age

Gender

Home postcode

Your occupation & industry

What is your highest level of education?

Are you or is anyone in your family an activist in any political party?

Are you CURRENTLY registered to vote?

Did you vote in the 2017 parliamentary election?

In the 2017 Parliamentary election which party did you vote for?


In the 2016 referendum on UK membership in the European Union did you vote LEAVE or REMAIN?


Leave

Remain


Which of these sources do you regularly use to consume news and information?  


Newspapers

Television

RadioMagazines or journals

Online news aggregator (i.e. Google News, Apple News)

Social media (i.e. Facebook, Instagram)

YouTube

Twitter

None of these


Approximately how often do you check and read the news?


Multiple times per day

Daily

Between daily and weekly

Weekly

Monthly

Less often than monthly


Do you subscribe to a delivered or online newspaper or magazine?


Which of these ways of engaging in current events apply to you?


Subscribed to a delivered or online newspaper or magazine

Donated to a magazine, newspaper, journal, or radio station

Participated in a protest/rally/march on an issue of concern to you

Written a letter, made a call, sent an email to an elected official on an issue of concern to you

Attended a political event

Signed a petition on an issue of concern to you

Responded to an advocacy organisation’s call to action  

Donated to a political or ideological cause, or to an issue campaign


Among friends and family, how often would you say you talk about current events?  

All of the time

Regularly

Sometimes

Not that often

Rarely

Never


Which of these social issues would you consider yourself to be an expert on or have very strong opinions about?

Foreign Policy

Environment

Housing

Health Care

Education

Women’s rights



Please email all answers to leigh@people4u.org.uk


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