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Visualising surveys

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Visualising surveys
Comparison of what is important for people of different ethnic groups in making an area a good place to live.
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Source:
Staffordshire subregional observatory (2007) Our Shared Future: Community Cohesion in Staffordshire: page 18 (Area Profile)
http://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/NR/rdonlyres/B9421A22-BB20-40E3-BECB-D5475183E7B0/67092/OurSharedFutureCommunityCohesioninStaffordshire.pdf
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