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Number of children visiting libraries is falling, survey finds

3rd August 2015 16:56

Government figures have shown that the amount of children visiting libraries has fallen since 2010. According to a survey by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, the number of children, aged between 5 and 10, who had visited the library in the 7 days… Read more...


Visitors to English museums rose in the last decade, survey finds

14th July 2015 10:39

A recent survey by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has revealed that English people are visiting museums and galleries more often than they did ten years ago, despite a fall in the amount in the last year. Between April 2014 and March 2015,… Read more...


Survey finds a sharp decline in US Christians

28th May 2015 13:47

A recent survey of people in the United States has found that the number of people who describe themselves as Christian has declined by 8 percentage points in just 7 years. The research discovered that 71 per cent of people in the US identified as Christian… Read more...


Most popular Scottish tourist attraction is the National Museum of Scotland, survey finds

5th May 2015 12:13

A recent survey by Glasgow Caledonian University has found that The National Museum of Scotland is the most popular tourist attraction in Scotland, with over 1.6 million people passing through its doors in 2014. The survey also found that approximately 55… Read more...


Just 30 per cent of Brits are religious, survey finds

13th April 2015 14:59

A survey of 63,898 people from 6 countries has found that the UK is one of the least religious countries in the world, with just 30 per cent of people identifying themselves as religious. Of the respondents from the United Kingdom, 53 per cent said that they… Read more...


Female authors do better when they self-publish, survey finds

18th March 2015 10:54

A recent survey has found that the amount of self-published, bestselling books, written by women, is almost double the amount of those published traditionally. The volume of authors choosing to go down the route of self-publishing their work is currently… Read more...


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