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    Annual London Survey 2000 - 2011

    This dataset contains the topline results from the Annual London Surveys undertaken between 2000 and 2011 (there was no survey was 2008). Responses for these surveys were collected by conducting approximately 1,400 face-to-face interviews (exact numbers vary year on year) in respondents’ homes. From 2014 onwards the Annual London Survey has been delivered by Talk London, City Hall’s online research community. The results for these surv...
  • Updated 2 years ago

    GLA Key Performance Indicators

    The Business Plan 2013/14 established for the first time a suite of GLA Key Performance Indicators (KPI) closely linked to Mayoral priorities. These statistics show KPI performance, together with targets, forecasts and traffic light ratings. There are two traffic light ratings for each KPI: First, a backward looking traffic light assessing performance to date. Green indicates that performance is meeting or exceeding targets; amber that...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    London Ward Well-Being Scores

    These ward level well being scores present a combined measure of well-being indicators of the resident population based on 12 different indicators. Where possible each indicator score is compared with the England and Wales average, which is zero. Scores over 0 indicate a higher probability that the population on average will experience better well-being according to these measures. Users can adjust the weight of each indicator dependin...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Annual London Survey 2010

    The data is taken from a face-to-face survey of 1,490 residents of Greater London, undertaken in early 2010 by BMG Research on behalf of the GLA. The questions explore areas of Mayoral policy and priority including policing and safety, the environment, transport, the Olympics and london life. The data is available by demographic group, including gender, age, ethnicity and social class. A full report and a summary of topline results wer...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    Alternative Olympics 2012 Medal Table

    Looking simply at the numbers of medals won in the 2012 Olympic Games may not actually tell us which countries over-performed against our expectations based on the size of the talent pool available to them. So what does looking at medals won in the context of the size of a nation's population do to the all important medal table? Are China and the US still top dogs? Do GB do quite as well as one might expect? Check out the Intelligence...
  • Updated 3 years ago

    GLA Young Londoners' Survey 2009

    This data is taken from a survey of 1025 young Londoners aged from 11 to 16 years old, undertaken in Spring 2009 by ICM research on behalf of the GLA. The questions explore areas of Mayoral policy and priority including safety, the environment, transport, the Olympics and community involvement. The data is available by demographic group, including gender, age, ethnicity and parental social class. A full report was published by the GLA...
  • Updated 4 years ago

    European Quality of Life Survey

    The European Quality of Life survey (EQLS) examines both the objective circumstances of European citizens' lives, and how they feel about those circumstances, and their lives in general. It looks at a range of issues, such as employment, income, education, housing, family, health and work-life balance. It also looks at subjective topics, such as people's levels of happiness, how satisfied they are with their lives, and how they perceive...
  • Updated 4 years ago

    London Assembly Cycle Survey Responses

    Results of first public survey of users of the cycle hire scheme and cycle superhighways used to inform London Assembly Transport Committee report, 'Pedal Power: cycle hire scheme and cycle superhighways', November 2010. Results of online survey by London Assembly Transport Committee of 1,297 users of the cycle hire scheme and cycle superhighways undertaken over September to October 2010. The survey was self-selecting and as such is no...