1990 Breadline Britain questionnaire with top-level results

Joanna Mack, Stewart Lansley and Brain Gosschalk

The 1990 Breadline Britain questionnaire asks people which of a list of 44 items and actiivities they considered to be necessities for living in Britain in 1990 and which items and activities they had, which items they did not have because they couldn’t afford them and, to allow for personal choice, which they did not have and did not want. The questionnaire also covers a range of other aspects of living standards and attitudes to poverty. For more information see the overview of Breadline Britain 1990.

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