Survey: caring behaviour is most valued locally

The most common values chosen by people in the UK are: caring, family, honesty and humour/fun, according to a survey of 4,000 people. The study, by the Barrett Values Centre, asked people across the UK to pick the 10 values/behaviours that most reflect them. It also asked their desired values for the nation. The top three are: employment opportunities, caring for the elderly and caring for the disadvantaged. Respondents said their values were matched largely in their local community, but this was not so at a national level where there was a marked disconnect. The top three perceived values...

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