Life in Lancashire 2003

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Purpose The research gave an insight into the public's concerns and priorities for where they live, their satisfaction with Lancashire County Council overall and with all the services it provides.
Subject All services
Community cohesion
Community engagement
Quality of life
Commissioned by Corporate Research and Intelligence Team
Geographic area All of Lancashire
Method Questionnaire - face-to-face
Consultation with General public
Date 15/09/2003 - 09/12/2003
Undertaken by MORI


Number of responses 2447
Key findings Perceptions around quality of life differ by area, but residents are more united in their views on working towards a better future. Four-fifths (81%) of Lancashire residents say they are satisfied with their local area as a place to live. However, the 2003 survey reveals a wide degree of variation in residents' reported satisfaction with their area.There have been some significant improvements in satisfaction with key services, with a heavy emphasis on services relating to highways and traffic.

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Contact information

For more information about this research contact:

Mike Walker
01772 533445

Mick Edwardson
01772 530290