View of the local area in Glasgow, Liverpool and Manchester

The information below was taken from the 3 City Survey.  More information is provided in the notes.

Neighbourhood problems in Glasgow, Liverpool and Manchester

Neighbourhood problems
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75% of the Glasgow respondents did not describe any neighbourhood issues as being a ‘very big’ or ‘fairly big’ problem, at least 15% more than in Liverpool or Manchester.

Such issues included people being drunk or rowdy; rubbish or litter lying around; vandalism and graffiti; people using or dealing drugs; racial or religious harassment; teenagers hanging around on the street; and troublesome neighbours.


The 3 City Survey was carried out in partnership between the Glasgow Centre for Population Health and Health Scotland.  The full report can be found here.

The survey was carried out between July and November 2011.  The sample size was 3,701 in total (1,288 in Glasgow, 1,202 in Liverpool and 1,211 in Manchester). This was achieved with an overall 55% response rate, ranging from 53% in Manchester to 58% in Glasgow (the rate for Liverpool was 55%), and from 53% in the least deprived areas of the three cities to 58% in the most deprived areas.


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