A good day's work

The Fabian Society in partnership with the TUC commissioned Ipsos MORI to run a face to face survey with 1,339 people in employment.

The Fabian Society in partnership with the TUC commissioned Ipsos MORI to run a face to face survey with 1,339 people in employment. The results were used to inform a report written by The Fabian Society, ‘A good day’s work’. The report looks at attitudes to work and looks at how attitudes have changed since a similar survey was taken in 2001. The report reveals the majority of people enjoy their work, find it interesting and look forward to it.

Technical note

  • Results are based on a survey 1,339 respondents (adults aged 18+ who are in full time or part time work) conducted using CAPIbus, Ipsos MORI’s computer aided face to face in-home omnibus survey
  • Fieldwork dates: 10th-23rd June 2016
  • Data are weighted by age, gender, region, working status, social grade, tenure and ethnicity to the known population profile of working adults aged 18+ in GB.
  • Where results do not sum to 100%, this may be due to computer rounding, multiple responses, or the exclusion of “don’t know” categories
  • Results are based on all respondents 1,399 unless otherwise stated

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