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Data can help you to understand the ways people choose to get active, where they do so and even why.

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Active Lives

Our Active Lives surveys measure the activity levels of people across England.

There are two surveys, which are published annually: Active Lives Adult and Active Lives Children and Young People. Both give a unique and comprehensive view of how people are getting active.

Find out more about the surveys by clicking below, and scroll down to see how you can look through the raw data yourself.

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Active Lives Online

If you’d like to explore the adult or children and young people's survey data, Active Lives Online lets you do just that. It captures data since November 2015.

Go to Active Lives Online

Active People Interactive

The Active People Survey was the predecessor to Active Lives. This tool has all the adult data from October 2006 to October 2015, and much like Active Lives Online, gives you access to all the figures.

Go to Active People Interactive

Activity Check-in

Our Activity Check-In tracks a small number of metrics on behaviours and attitudes from both adults and children and young people towards sport and physical activity over time, revealing the impact of changing circumstances in a rapidly changing world.

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