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Share of adults planning to celebrate in pubs, bars or restaurants any time over the Christmas period in Great Britain in 2016, by with/without kids

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Christmas: visiting pubs and restaurants with/without children in Great Britain 2016 This statistic presents the results of a survey, asking adults in Great Britain if they think they will spend any time celebrating in a pub, bar or restaurant over the Christmas period (December 24th to 31st) in 2016, split by those with or without children. Of respondents with kids, 12 percent said they planned to spend time in a bar over Christmas.
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This statistic presents the results of a survey, asking adults in Great Britain if they think they will spend any time celebrating in a pub, bar or restaurant over the Christmas period (December 24th to 31st) in 2016, split by those with or without children. Of respondents with kids, 12 percent said they planned to spend time in a bar over Christmas.
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Release date
November 2016
Region
United Kingdom (Great Britain)
Survey time period
October 2016
Number of respondents
4,000 respondents
Age group
18 years and older
Method of interview
Online omnibus survey
Supplementary notes
* The original question was phrased by the source as follows: "In which, if any, of the following locations, do you think you will spend any time celebrating the Christmas period (24th December - 31st December) this year?; home, friends and family's home excluded."

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