Do you agree that the family role is to provide financial and practical support to adult members?
(by region or city)
British opinion on family financial support in Great Britain (UK) 2013, by region
This statistic shows the distribution of opinion among the British adult population in Great Britain (UK) in 2013 by the main regions and London, with regards to whether the family should be expected to provide regular financial and practical support to adult members. Approximately 60 percent of respondents in Scotland tend to agree with that the family role is to provide such support to adult family members.
Do you agree that the family role is to provide financial and practical support to adult members?
(by region or city)
Strongly agreeTend to agreeTend to disagreeStrongly disagree
England22%59%16%3%
Scotland16%60%21%3%
Wales29%49%20%3%
London26%55%17%2%
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Sources

Release date

October 2013

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain, England, Scotland, Wales)

Survey time period

June and July 2013

Number of respondents

2,346 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Method of interview

Telephone interviews and online survey

Supplementary notes

The full question read as follows: "Thinking about the role that families can play in supporting adult children and adult grandchildren during times of financial difficulty, to what extent, if at all, do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements? a) Providing regular financial and practical support to adult members of the family is just what families do."

The source adds the following information: "ComRes interviewed 2,055 GB adults online between 14th and 16th June 2013. ComRes also interviewed over the telephone 510 British adults with a combined annual household income of £20,000 and below between 17th June and 8th July."

British opinion on family financial support in Great Britain (UK) 2013, by region
This statistic shows the distribution of opinion among the British adult population in Great Britain (UK) in 2013 by the main regions and London, with regards to whether the family should be expected to provide regular financial and practical support to adult members. Approximately 60 percent of respondents in Scotland tend to agree with that the family role is to provide such support to adult family members.
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