Sunday Trading Act: public opinion on if laws are relaxed in England and Wales 2015

This statistic displays how far the general public agree with statements regarding relaxing Sunday trading laws and the effect it will have on shop workers in the United Kingdom in 2015. The Sunday Trading Act in the UK allows large shops (including supermarkets and department stores), to open for up to six hours on Sundays. If the laws are relaxed, 60 percent agree that shop workers will be forced to work longer hours and 57 percent agree that the quality of workers' family life will suffer.

To what extent do you agree or disagree with each of the following statements?

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Source

Release date

September 2015

Region

United Kingdom (England, Wales)

Survey time period

September 2 to 3, 2015

Number of respondents

1,864 respondents

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

The Sunday Trading Act in the UK allows large shops (including supermarkets and department stores), to open for up to six hours on Sundays.

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