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  1. The 'who agree' one is strangely uncorrelated. If you remove London the 0% rises to 16% (which is an r-square of 4%). Some of the rest are perhaps more interesing (these are correlation coefficients) – the 2nd one particularly so…

    -68% % who think that older people in their local area get the help and support they need to continue to live at home for as long as they want to
    -62% % who feel they belong to their immediate neighbourhood
    -61% % aged 65 and over who are satisfied with both home and neighbourhood
    -51% % who would say that they have been treated with respect and consideration by their local public services in the last year
    -38% % who are satisfied with their local area as a place to live
    -19% % who feel informed about what to do in the event of a large-scale emergency
    -19% % who have given unpaid help at least once per month over the last 12 months
    0% % who agree that their local area is a place where people from different backgrounds get on well together
    11% % who agree that in their local area parents take enough responsibility for the behaviour of their children
    23% % who agree that the police and other local public services are successfully dealing with anti-socal behaviour and crime in their local area
    30% % who say their health is good or very good
    36% % who think there is a problem with people not treating each other with respect and consideration in their local area
    37% % who agree that the police and other local public services seek people's views about anti-social behaviour and crime in their local area
    45% % who think that drug use or drug dealing is a problem in their local area
    46% % who think that drunk and rowdy behaviour is a problem in their local area
    50% % who think that anti-social behaviour is a problem in their local area
    53% % who have been involved in decisions that affect the local area in the past 12 months
    78% % who agree that they can influence decisions in their local area

    [removing London reduces all of these but not by a huge amount and doesn't really change the conclusions]

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