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% of Islanders who had visited a heritage site in Jersey in the previous 12 months


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What is this about?

This data is collected using the Jersey Opinions and Lifestyle Survey (JOLS) which surveys a representative sample of adults in Jersey. Its purpose is to track attendance at heritage sites, so respondents are asked how often they have attended a range of different heritage sites in the last 12 months, such as historic fortifications, heritage attractions, archaeological sites, historic places of worship (as a visitor) and the Jersey Archive.

In 2019, 72% of adults had attended one or more of the listed heritage sites in the last 12 months, representing a significant increase compared to when the question was first asked in JOLS in 2016. Overall, people without children in their household were slightly less likely to visit a heritage site than those with children in their household.

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