Living in Lancashire wave 39
|Purpose||The objective of this survey is to look at people's views about budget and council priorities, cultural services and quality of life.|
Budget and council priorities
Quality of life
|Commissioned by||Corporate Policy & Performance, JSNA and Cultural Services Teams|
All of Lancashire
Questionnaire - online
Questionnaire - postal
Life in Lancashire panel
|Date||14/11/2012 - 07/12/2012|
|Undertaken by||Corporate Research and Intelligence Team|
|Number in sample||3136|
|Number of responses||1496|
|Key findings||Health inequalities
- Almost four-fifths of all respondents (79%) say they have lived in their local area for ten years or more. Over one-fifth of respondents (21%) have lived in their local area for between one and ten years.
- Four-fifths of respondents (80%) feel strongly that they belong to their immediate neighbourhood. Three-quarters of respondents (75%) feel that they strongly belong to their local area.
- Seven out of every ten respondents (70%) feel that they strongly belong to Lancashire. However, over a quarter of respondents (26%) do not feel strongly that they belong to Lancashire, with one out of every twenty respondents (5%) feeling that they don't belong at all to Lancashire.
- Almost three-quarters of respondents (74%) say people not treating each other with respect and consideration isn't a very big problem or not a problem at all.
- Over two-thirds of respondents (68%) rate their health as good or very good.
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