Despite all the nativity plays and carol services of the season, the number of believers has fallen by seven per cent in five years, according to a pounds 4m government sponsored Citizenship Survey, which does little more than state the obvious.
What does HOCS stand for?
HOCS stands for Citizenship Survey (UK; formerly Home Office Citizenship Survey)
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We have 7 other meanings of HOCS in our Acronym Attic
- Hard Overclockers Comparison Page
- Houston Overseas Coupon Project (Texas)
- Hybrid Optimal Control Problems (engineering)
- Historic Oakwood Cemetery Preservation Association (Syracuse, NY)
- Holy Orthodox Catholic Patriarchate of America
- Home Office Crime Prevention College (United Kingdom)
- Head of the Charles Regatta
- Hebrew Optical Character Recognition
- Home Office Counting Rules (UK)
- Home Office Central Research Establishment (UK)
- Head of Corporate Services (job title)
- Head of Customer Service
- Head Office Computer System
- Heens Office Consulting Services (Brussels, Belgium)
- Home & Office Computer Support (UK)
- House of Commons Select Committee
- Host and Oceanic Computer System Replacement (FAA)
- Human Organic Cation Transporter-1
- Hierarchically Optimal Classification Tree Analysis
- Hands on Computer Training International
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Citizenship Survey was launched by the Communities Department in 2001 during the Labour government regime but has been scrapped by incumbent UK Communities Secretary Eric Pickles.
Ten thousand adults in England and Wales were interviewed as part of the Citizenship Survey.
The 2007 State of Corporate Citizenship Survey is the third biennial study of the citizenship attitudes and actions of senior U.
The Government's 2007 Citizenship Survey also suggested the over-75s were most likely to feel a strong sense of belonging to Britain.
In the Home Office citizenship survey of 2005, 42% of respondents indicated that they would volunteer if they were asked directly to do so.
They were selected because they are also officers in Children International's Youth Programs in their respective countries: * Vakeyia, 18, from the United States * Telma Garcia, 16, from Rural Guatemala * Leslie Mae Apuli, 15, from the Philippines While at the celebration, the teens will attend the Milennium Development Goal event, hear the Global Citizenship Survey presentation, experience cultural presentations from other countries, and meet other youth from around the world.
The Home Office Citizenship Survey found that immediate brothers and sisters were the family members whose advice was least likely to be sought.