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  1. Financial Lives survey resources library

    Last modified: 31/03/2021
    Find the publications, questionnaires and data that are part of the FCA Financial Lives Survey for 2020 and 2017. 
  2. Financial Lives survey

    Research Published: 19/06/2018 Last modified: 11/02/2021
    Financial Lives is the FCA's flagship nationally representative survey of UK consumers. It provides information about consumers’ attitudes towards managing their money, the financial products they have and their experiences of engaging with
  3. About our data

    Last modified: 01/04/2021
    The FCA publishes a wide range of data. Find out about the types of data available and how often it is published.
  4. Financial Lives Survey 2017: Full Report [pdf]

    Research Published: 18/10/2017
    Understanding the financial lives of UK adults. Findings from the FCA’s Financial Lives Survey 2017.
  5. Financial Lives 2020 survey: the impact of coronavirus [pdf]

    Research Published: 11/02/2021
    Key findings from the FCA’s Financial Lives 2020 survey and October 2020 Covid-19 panel survey.
  6. Data

    Last modified: 31/03/2021
    All data published by the Financial Conduct Authority.
  7. Financial Lives Survey 2017: Questionnaire [pdf]

    Research Published: 18/10/2017
  8. Financial Lives Survey 2017: Infographic [pdf]

    Documents Published: 18/10/2017
  9. The financial lives of consumers across the UK - Key findings from the FCA’s Financial Lives Survey 2017 [pdf]

    Research Published: 20/06/2018
    This FCA report analyses the results from the Financial Lives Survey 2017 geographically.
  10. Financial Lives Survey 2017 UK data questions [csv]

    Data Published: 20/06/2018
    Based on nearly 13,000 face-to-face and online interviews, Financial Lives is our largest tracking survey of adults and their finances. It reveals a wealth of information about different types of consumer and their experiences of financial products