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Our values reflect what is important to us

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Our values lie at the very heart of our decision making, and people feel most content when they live in a community and in a country that reflect their personal beliefs. A comprehensive study on the values of UK citizens has recently been released by the Barrett Values Centre after questioning 4,000 individuals.

The report simultaneously revealed encouraging and worrying news. UK citizens are confident in their communities as they paint a largely positive picture. Top community values include quality of family life, friendship, helpfulness, safety, buying local, and a sense of community. These values are in accord with their top personal values, which include ideals of caring, family, honesty, humour/fun, friendship, fairness, and compassion.

 

However, the report also revealed disturbing views at the national level. People experience bureaucracy, crime/violence, uncertainty in the future, corruption, blame, wasted resources, media influence, conflict, drugs and alcohol, and apathy at the UK level.

 

Among the top values they want to experience is care for the elderly and disadvantaged, affordable housing, dependable public services, and employment opportunities.

 

It is clear that people do not believe that British society at the national level is on the right track. In fact, the UK experience the highest level of anxiety amongst the nine European countries surveyed about their national cultural context.

 

To learn more visit: http://www.valuescentre.com/ukvalues/

 


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