|National Survey for Wales:
First results from 2016-17 published
The first results for the new National Survey were published this morning at 9:30.
From 2016-17 onwards, the National Survey replaces the 2012-15 National Survey, the Welsh Health Survey, Active Adults Survey, Arts in Wales Survey, and Welsh Outdoor Recreation Survey.
The results published today are based on over 10,000 interviews carried out across Wales between April 2016 and March 2017.
You can find the results on the National Survey web pages.
Headline results are now available on key survey topics, including:
· Satisfaction with public services like health, social services and education
· Sense of belonging to the local area
· Well-being and loneliness
· Personal health
· Sports participation
· Internet access
· Welsh language
You can explore the results in our interactive Results viewer.
We will publish further results and more in-depth analysis over the coming months. Details of our planned publications are on our web pages.
See the National Survey web pages or contact the National Survey team:
Tel: 03000 256 685
If you would like further analysis of the results or to suggest topics for the survey in future, please contact the National Survey team: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you no longer wish to receive these updates, or would like us to add other people to our stakeholder list, please let us know.
We are happy to communicate in Welsh or English.