Family Resources Survey (FRS) 2014/15

The Family Resources Survey (FRS) is a continuous household survey which collects information on a representative sample of private households in the United Kingdom. Detailed information is recorded on respondents’ income from all sources; housing tenure; caring needs and responsibilities; disability; expenditure on housing; education; pension participation; childcare; family circumstances; child maintenance.

The latest report and tables summarises key findings from the FRS for the 2014/15 financial year when around 20,000 households were interviewed.

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