The reports looks at what factors make a household more likely to be in material deprivation.
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In 2014-15, the National Survey included a series of questions on the material deprivation of households and of children as a way of measuring poverty, and in particular capturing the consequences of long-term poverty on households rather than short-term financial strain.
Two research papers were produced looking at what factors make a household more likely to be in material deprivation.
The first uses a statistical technique to explore the link between each factor and being in material deprivation independently. The second is a more in-depth analysis using a number of techniques, and also explore material deprivation of households with children.
Which households are most likely to be in material deprivation?, April 2014 to March 2015
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