The Age 33 Survey took place in 1991. Over 11,000 of you took part.
You completed an interview which asked you about your job, your spouse or partner’s job, education, training and qualifications you had completed, literacy and numeracy levels, family life, housing circumstances, income, savings, debts, health, smoking, drinking and citizenship. You also completed two paper questionnaires – one called ‘What do you think’ which asked about your attitudes to a range of topics including politics, racism and the environment and one called ‘Your life since 1974’ which asked about jobs, relationships, children and where you had lived since you were 16.
If you had a spouse or partner they were also asked to complete the ‘Your life since 1974’ questionnaire.
1 in 3 of you were asked to take part in a ‘Mother and child’ study (if you had children). This involved: