Who will fill in the internet census?

A blog on the UCL CeLSIUS website by Oliver Duke-Williams

“This weekend (Sunday March 21, 2021) we will all be asked to fill in our census forms. There’s a key difference this time: the Office for National Statistics, which runs the operation, is aiming for at least 75 per cent of our returns to be submitted online, and the early signs are that millions of people have already responded.” Published on March 19th, 2021


The ONS Longitudinal Study: how does it work?

A blog on the UCL CeLSIUS website by Nicola Shelton

“Back in the late 1960s there was concern that policymakers had too little information about births and deaths: death certificates recorded only limited information and even the occupation of the deceased could be recorded inconsistently. Similarly it was impossible to use information from birth registrations to look at patterns of fertility – how were children spaced within families, for instance? And so the ONS Longitudinal Study was born.” Published on March 18th, 2021


The 2021 Census: What will it tell us about life after Covid-19?

A blog on the UCL CeLSIUS website by Nicola Shelton

“When the 2021 census was first planned, we thought some of the biggest research questions to emerge from it would be around the effects of Brexit. But while those are still live, researchers and others will be watching with interest to see what this snapshot of Britain in 2021 will tell us about the effects of Covid-19.” Published on March 9th, 2021.



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