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The British Social Attitudes survey (BSA) has been an annual event since 1983, sampling the views of a representative cohort of British adults aged 18 years or over. Since 1993, the sampling frame for the survey has been the Postcode Address File (PAF). Twenty-six addresses are randomly selected from each of 395 postcode sectors, producing 10,270 addresses. The final sample of people selected for face-to-face interview (3,879) was calculated by weighting in terms of age, sex and region.
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