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Fear and HOPE 2016

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England is a more tolerant and confident multicultural society than five years ago, with attitudes towards race, immigration and religious hate speech all becoming more positive.

A survey of more than 4,000 people across England, Fear and HOPE 2016 reveals the drivers of English identity and our attitudes towards one another - on race, immigration, faith, belonging, the European Union, our economic prosperity and many other factors.

An update to our 2011 Fear and HOPE report, Fear and HOPE 2016 is an invaluable tool for policymakers, journalists, academics and campaigners interested in the key drivers in English attitudes and society today.

You can subscribe to the digital version here or order a hard copy.

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