Change in the UK Quiz
Now that Britain has left the European Union , we are now seeing how this has affected our lives.
But how have things in the UK changed over the past 25 years?
This quick Change in the UK quiz will test your knowledge and perceptions about how things differ from our recent past.
In 1992, 13% of people lived together out of wedlock. What proportion of residents now cohabits?
In 1994, young people said they wanted to get married at 21, what is the average age now?
In 1994, young people said they wanted to start a family at 23 years old, this has increased to...
In 1991, 90% of people said they like living in their neighbourhood. How many of us like living in our neighbourhood now?
In 1991, 32% of people were satisfied with their jobs. How many of us are happy at work nowadays
In 1991, 54% of us said we were managing our finances well. What percentage is it now?
In 1991, 55% of people said both partners should contribute to the household income. This has risen to what percentage?
In 1991, 50% of people thought that pre-school children suffer if their mother works. How many think that now?
In 1991, 51% of people said that they were interested in politics. What percentage said the same in 2014?
In 1991, 62% of the UK belonged to a religious group. How many people do now?
Changes In the UK Quiz
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