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Surveys

This section of the site gives access to reports, data and maps from some of the key population surveys in Brighton and Hove.

You can also find a link to the Census 2011 page, where you will able to access reports and data specific to Brighton & Hove, as it is released by the Office for National Statistics

For information on upcoming surveys or issue specific surveys go to the city consultation portal

Census 2011

The 2011 Census for England and Wales took place on 27th March 2011. The results provide a detailed snapshot of the population and its characteristics which inform government policy and underpin the funding allocation for providing public services.

The statistics are scheduled for release in four stages. See the Census 2011 page for access to reports and data for Brighton & Hove Census 2011

City Tracker

The City Tracker is a phone based survey of Brighton & Hove residents to be conducted 3 times a year starting from April / May 2012. A random sample of a 1,000 residents are asked for their view of local public services, levels of engagement and involvement and their perception of the city and where they live. The research is administered on behalf of Brighton & Hove Strategic Partnership (BHSP) by Brighton & Hove City Council’s Performance & Analysis Team. For further information please contact the council’s Performance & Analysis Team; e-mail consultation@brighton-hove.gov.uk , phone 01273 29 1088 or visit the BHSP website www.bandhsp.co.uk

Health Counts

Health Counts is a local survey which looks at lifestyle behaviours and general health and wellbeing of the local adult population. It was previously conducted in April 2003 and 1992. The survey was repeated in 2012 and the report and briefing of results from 1992-2012 are available below.

Safe and Well at School Survey

The Safe and Well at School Survey is an annual survey of around 5,000 primary and 8,000 secondary school pupils in the city which covers issues including bullying, smoking, substance use, physical activity, healthy eating, alcohol use and sexual activity.

Place Survey

The Place Survey is a survey of residents views on local public services and... The survey was last conducted in between September and December 2008, when all local authorities were required to conduct the survey. The survey is no longer a requirement for all areas but plans are being put in place in Brighton and Hove to replace the survey.

Polling on Resident Satisfaction with Councils

The Polling on Resident Satisfaction with Councils summary report highlights key findings from the first set of results in a series of quarterly LGA public polls on resident satisfaction with local councils. It leads on from similar polling which was run by LG Insight over the period October 2010 – June 2012. Between 31 August and 2 September 2012, a nationally representative random sample of 1,006 British adults was polled by telephone. The full interview script and the complete results tables can be found in the report: Polling on resident satisfaction with councils - Full report: September 2012 (links below).

Carers Survey

This survey was conducted in June 2009 to find out the changing and unmet needs of carers of adults in the city.

Count Me In Too

Count Me In Too was a research project where lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people shared their views and experiences. The research project built on learning from the Count Me In research project in 2000 and other local research into the experiences of local LGBT people. Data was gathered from LGBT people who live, work and socialise in Brighton & Hove. It was conducted in 2006. 819 people completed questionnaires and 69 people discussed issues in focus groups. Count Me In Too was a research project where lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people shared their views and experiences. The research project built on learning from the Count Me In research project in 2000 and other local research into the experiences of local LGBT people. Data was gathered from LGBT people who live, work and socialise in Brighton & Hove. It was conducted in 2006. 819 people completed questionnaires and 69 people discussed issues in focus groups.

 
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