Results and key finding from Suffolk Who Cares

x no of Suffolk churches ran the Who Cares survey Spring 2018. A total of 6,144 responses were achieved.

In East Suffolk many responses highlighted negative emotions as one of the main hurts and accounted for 18.7% of the results across all age groups for this region. This was found to be significantly higher than any other category, accounting for over a quarter of all responses for those in the 18-34 age bracket

In West Suffolk, injustice came out as the top category and included both global (e.g concerns over ware and famine) and more personal issues ( lying and bullying). Almost a fifth of the responses in West Suffolk related to injustice and is reflective across all age ranges except for the under 18s, where negative emotions featured more highly

One final , intriguing observation is that despite many communities facing financial difficulties, money concerns did not feature significantly.