The biannual survey is the fourth conducted by SPP and focuses on indicators of future resilience in the context of uncertainty brought about by Universal Credit, Brexit and a volatile global economy.
The 2018 Survey ran from November 2017 to October 2018 and received a total of 396 responses. Responses were collected by post via Quids in! magazine, online at www.quidsinmagazine.com and at Quids in!’s money training days.
The research reveals that hardship among low income households is highest for those claiming Universal Credit (UC). The anxiety and practical challenges UC has presented already can only grow proportionally worse as it scales up.
Read and download the full report here.