Data set from Childcare and early years survey of parents

Families using the 30 hours offer and their perceptions of the impact of the offer on work

Latest data
Published
Last updated

The proportion of families using the 30 hours offer who believe that it has had an impact on their ability to work.


Data set details

Theme
Early years
Publication
Childcare and early years survey of parents
Release type
Geographic levels
National
Indicators
  • Perceived impact of the 30 hours offer on work
Filters
  • Response options
Time period
2022

Data set preview

Table showing first 4 rows, from underlying data
time_periodtime_identifiergeographic_levelcountry_codecountry_nameResponse_breakdownProportion
2022Calendar yearNationalE92000001EnglandWere the 30 hours offer not available, the parent would be working more hours8
2022Calendar yearNationalE92000001EnglandWere the 30 hours offer not available, the parent would be working fewer hours41
2022Calendar yearNationalE92000001EnglandWere the 30 hours offer not available, the parent would be working the same number of hours43
2022Calendar yearNationalE92000001EnglandWere the 30 hours offer not available, the parent would not be working9

Variables in this data set

Table showing all 2 variables
Variable nameVariable description
ProportionPerceived impact of the 30 hours offer on work
Response_breakdownResponse options

Using this data

  • Download the underlying data as a compressed ZIP file

  • View or create your own tables

    View tables that we have built for you, or create your own tables from open data using our table tool