ABOUT THIS RELEASE
The GSS 2002 CURF is available either on CD-ROM or through the RADL
A Basic confidentialised unit record file from the 2002 General Social Survey, which brings together a wide range of information to enable it to be linked in ways not previously available. This is the first major survey which focuses on the relationships between characteristics from different areas of social concern,
rather than in depth information about a particular field. Topics include health, housing, education, work, income, financial stress, broad assets and liabilities, information technology, transport, family and community, crime, attendance at selected sport, culture and leisure venues and participation in sport and
Users are able to manipulate the data, produce tabulations and undertake statistical analysis to their individual specifications. The data contain no names and addresses or any other information that might uniquely identify an individual. The data provided have less detail than was collected, a small
number of unusual records removed, and the details changed for some items of data to protect confidentiality.
The file is available either on CD-ROM or accessible through the Remote Access Data Laboratory. A technical paper explaining data content, technical details and conditions of use is provided with the file.
This page last updated 28 September 2007