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Retail Week – WH Smith survey - ICM Research

Retail Week – WH Smith survey - ICM Research

Table 13How many cars

Table 13How many cars are there in your household?Base: All respondentsRetail Week SurveyONLINE Fieldwork : 18th - 20th April 2008Page 13Absolutes/col percentsTotalGenderMale Female18-2425-34Age35-44 45-5455-6465+ABSocial ClassC1 C2DESouthEastRegionNorthEnglandMidlandsScotlandWales &SouthWestWHSmithsShopperYesNoUnweighted base10515075441181631931791702283922531422642772582861409095398Weighted base105150454712516720817715621827330522125227527526014892950101None21921%9218%12623%3125%3722%3818%3620%3523%4219%3111%7525%3014%8232%8230%4115%4919%2316%2527%18720%3232%143742%20440%23343%3427%6338%8440%6738%5938%13059%10438%13043%9443%10943%10137%11642%11745%6141%4245%39041%4747%230229%15631%14627%2823%5734%7134%5632%5132%3818%10338%8026%6931%4920%6323%8129%7931%5537%2325%28530%1616%3+949%5310%417%3125%106%157%1810%117%94%3513%207%2712%125%2911%3814%156%96%33%889%66%Prepared for WHSmiths by ICM Research

Table 14Which of the following best describes your current working status?Base: All respondentsRetail Week SurveyONLINE Fieldwork : 18th - 20th April 2008Page 14Absolutes/col percentsTotalGenderMale Female18-2425-34Age35-44 45-5455-6465+ABSocial ClassC1 C2DESouthEastRegionNorthEnglandMidlandsScotlandWales &SouthWestWHSmithsShopperYesNoUnweighted base10515075441181631931791702283922531422642772582861409095398Weighted base105150454712516720817715621827330522125227527526014892950101Working full time (30+hrs a week)47345%30360%17031%4839%11066%13364%10760%6240%136%14854%16153%11050%5421%13449%12746%9938%7349%4043%44247%3130%Working part time (8-29hrs a week)12612%347%9217%2218%1912%2914%2715%1812%115%259%3210%4621%239%4014%3011%2610%139%1718%11412%1312%Not working but seekingwork or temporarilyunemployed/sick343%184%163%98%32%105%84%53%--31%62%42%218%114%83%124%32%11%323%33%Not working/Not seekingwork394%153%244%54%53%84%106%117%--31%1*52%2912%145%83%83%85%11%313%88%Retired on statepension ONLY838%234%6011%----21%11%128%6831%41%62%42%7028%145%2610%2811%64%910%657%1817%Retired with a privatepension17016%8617%8415%------84%4026%12256%6925%5819%2411%187%3312%4918%5019%2718%1112%15316%1717%Student414%245%173%3024%85%21%1*----72%269%31%52%145%42%114%64%67%374%44%House person/Housewife/Househusband858%31%8215%108%2012%2512%169%85%52%156%134%2511%3213%155%238%2710%128%89%768%99%Prepared for WHSmiths by ICM Research

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