An annual survey of Tasman residents’ satisfaction with their Council begins on Friday 3 May.
We have commissioned the National Research Bureau (NRB) to carry out the survey. The survey provides data on people’s levels of satisfaction with our services, and on which Council decisions they approve or disapprove of.
We would urge anyone who is contacted to take part to use the opportunity to give feedback – the results help shape the future of the services and facilities we provide to the community.
For the second year in a row, the survey will include face to face as well as phone interviews. With changes in demographics and use of technology, we want to make sure those who do not have a landline phone are represented.
NRB will survey 400 residents over the age of 18, using a randomised selection method.
NRB will be contacting residents from 3 - 19 May.
Although the results of the survey are made public, individual survey respondents’ details are confidential.