Poll of 2,004 GB adults online aged 18+, on attitudes to death and dying
- Approaching a quarter of British adults (24%) most miss talking to someone they knew well that has died, one in five (22%) most miss seeing them and 18% most miss spending time with them or something they did regularly together
- Over half of British adults (55%) prefer to refer to someone’s death by using some variation of ‘passed away’
- A third of British adults (33%) say they think about dying or death once a week or more frequently and only one in twenty (5%) say they never think about this
Date Published: 14/05/2018
Categories: GB | Health | Public and communities
Client: Hospice UK / NCPC
ComRes interviewed 2,004 British adults online between 18th and 19th April 2018. Data were weighted to be demographically representative of all British adults aged 18+. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.