Young people with attitude
The Swedish National Board for Youth Affairs – Attitude and Value Survey 2007
On behalf of the Swedish government, and as part of the follow-up of youth policies, Sweden’s National Board for Youth Affairs [Ungdomsstyrelsen] undertakes regular attitude and value surveys. Both young and older people reply to questions on attitudes to becoming an adult, leisure, work, politics, diversity issues, gender equality, health etc. ‘‘Young People with Attitude’ [Unga med attityd] is the 2007 survey. The survey has focused on 6 000 persons in the age-range of 16–29 years and 1 500 in the age-range of 35–74 years.