West Sussex Connections Survey 2019

Closed 7 Jul 2019

Opened 3 Jun 2019

Feedback Updated 28 Oct 2019

We Asked

As we continually  review and assess the value of providing a paper copy of Connections to our residents, we asked for your feedback on the value of this publication, how you would most like to receive Connections in the future (e.g. delivered to the door, online, via email, or by subscription etc.).

 

You Said

We received a total of 1,404 responses to this survey. 65% of responses were made online, and 35% were received via paper responses.  You can view a PowerPoint summary of the key results in the results section.

 

We Did

Your responses are being reviewed and will be used to help us in find the best way to keep you updated with county council news in the future.

Results Updated 28 Oct 2019

We received a total of 1,404 responses to this survey. 65% of responses were made online, and 35% were received via paper responses.  For reporting purposes, most survey data has been rounded to the nearest whole figure, which means percentage totals may not add up to exactly 100%.

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Overview

Picture of Connections Magazine headline banner for June to October 2019

 

West Sussex Connections is the county council's flagship publication. Being a printed publication, it means we can communicate key service updates and other important information to residents who are not online, or who prefer to read printed publications.  The newspaper is currently delivered by Royal Mail twice a year to around 385,000 households across the county at a cost (offset by advertising income) of approximately 10p per copy, per edition.  This equates to a total investment of public money of approximately £77,000 per year.

Why We Are Consulting

We continually assess the value of providing a paper copy of Connections to our residents and, as part of our ongoing evaluation and our drive to find ways to reduce what we spend, we would value your feedback on this publication and its future.

If you would like this information in an alternative format, please contact us via haveyoursay@westsussex.gov.uk or telephone us on 01243 777100.   If you are deaf or hard of hearing and have an NGT texting app installed on your computer, laptop or smartphone you can contact us on 18001 01243 777100.   

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Audiences

  • Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) Groups
  • Children
  • Disabled People
  • Faith Groups
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  • Older People
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  • Pregnancy & Maternity
  • Young People
  • Young People Aged 18+
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  • Anyone aged 18 or over
  • NHS
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