Published by:
The Times

The i-Generation (18-30 year olds)

The poll covered the following issues: Personal Background (Marital Status, Upbringing and Others); Trust in Police and Legal System (Split Sample); Attitudes towards Fighting for Country; Attitudes towards British Society; Subjective Analysis of Peer Group Behavior; Attitudes towards the Legal Status of Drugs; Attitudes towards Financial Issues and Debt; Attitudes towards Race Issues; Moral, Ethical and Religious Views; Attitudes toward Own Appearance, Cosmetic Surgery and Dieting; Attitudes towards Education Issues; Attitudes toward Parental Relationships and Child Rearing; Civic Volunteerism; Attitudes towards Blair; Voting Intention.

Populus interviewed a random sample of 1,004 adults aged 18+ by telephone between 13th August 2004 and 22nd August 2004. Interviews were conducted across England and the results have been weighted to be representative of all English adults.

Fieldwork dates
12 August, 2004


21 August, 2004