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Survey of Londoners

The Survey of Londoners was a research study commissioned by the Mayor of London in 2018-19 and 2021-22. The study helps to understand the lives of people living in London. The 2018-19 survey supported work to make living in London better for everyone, including tackling poverty, supporting new parents, promoting volunteering and making the city a fairer place to live. The 2021-22 survey was conducted to assess the impact of COVID-19 and associated restrictions on key social outcomes for Londoners, not available from other data sources.

Survey of Londoners 2021-22

Greater London Authority

Headline report and accompanying data tables presenting the key findings from The Survey of Londoners conducted in 2021-22.

Survey of Londoners 2018-19

Greater London Authority

Headline report and accompanying data tables presenting the key findings from The Survey of Londoners conducted in 2018-19.

Understanding Londoners’ views on belonging, social isolation and fairness: evidence from The Survey of Londoners 2018-19

Greater London Authority

New evidence from in-depth research using The Survey of Londoners 2018-19 to understand the drivers of three important social integration outcomes: belonging to London; social isolation; and perceptions of whether London is a fair city.

Reconceptualising Loneliness in London

Neighbourly Lab, Campaign to End Loneliness and What Works Centre for Wellbeing

The Reconceptualising Loneliness in London report was commissioned by the GLA to explore the unequal distribution of loneliness across the capital. The study combined data analysis with wide engagement with organisations that support Londoners. The researchers mined the data that emerged from the Survey of Londoners in 2018-19, which offered a clear picture of the distribution of loneliness in London.