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Having asked about how often they go on holiday with various groups, the survey also asked respondents about the kinds of things they do on holiday. As Figure 1 (above, using weighted data) shows, there are two particularly popular holiday pastimes: sightseeing is done by four in five people (80.9%) and visiting beauty spots isContinue reading “Survey Variable: Holiday Activities”
Holidays sit at the intersection of economic, social, and cultural capital: they often represent a major annual expenditure, are undertaken with close social networks (family and friends), and reflect cultural tastes and habits. Before being asked about what they do when they are away, respondents were asked how often they go on holiday (including weekendContinue reading “Survey Variable: Holiday Frequency”
As well as the music that they listen to, the survey asked respondents about the kinds of films that they watch. Unlike music, there is no single stand-out film genre that is much more popular than the rest (in the case of music, it is rock and pop). As Figure 1 (above, using weighted data)Continue reading “Survey Variable: Film Genres Watched”
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