For British Future’s new report “Race and opportunity in Britain: Finding common ground”, Number Cruncher has conducted two rounds of polling, in October 2020 and January to February 2021, totalling 5,589 interviews.
The polling covers topics including race, identity, integration and policy. Sunder Katwala’s writeup for British Future can be found on its website.
Tables for the October polling can be found here for ethnic minority respondents and here for white respondents. Tables for the January/February polling can be found here for ethnic minority respondents and here for white respondents.
On behalf of British Future, Number Cruncher interviewed 5,589 UK residents (18+) online, comprised of 1,088 white and 1,000 ethnic minority adults interviewed between 9th and 17th October 2020, and 1,501 white and 2,000 ethnic minority adults interviewed between 25th January and 14th February 2021. In each case, white and ethnic minority subsamples were each independently weighted to the profiles of their respective subpopulations, from which nationally representative figures were derived based on the combined samples, weighted to representative proportions. Image credit: Mine Finn (CC BY-SA 2.0).