Public opinions and social trends, Great Britain: personal experiences of shortages of goods
Corrections and notices
20 October 2022
We have corrected an issue affecting some of the estimates originally published on 30 September in the Public opinions and social trends, Great Britain: 14 to 25 September 2022 bulletin. This is because of a change in the methodology used for weighting estimates to make them representative to the population. The issue had a minor impact on the estimates reported in the bulletin and accompanying datasets. This issue was first announced on Friday 14 October. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
29 April 2022
This dataset was previously published in the Coronavirus section of the website. It has a new title and page location for periods from 30 March to 10 April 2022 onwards, but will continue to present indicators from the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey of whether people experienced shortage of goods such as food, medicine and fuel when shopping. All previous versions of the dataset can be found on the Coronavirus and the Social impacts on Great Britain: personal experience of shortage of goods dataset page.