Regular Surveys on New Zealanders
Public and private decision-making are aided by a continuous stream of survey data on public opinion and practises. Nevertheless, many of the studies included are of widespread interest and some of direct policy relevance. Most of these surveys are well-founded methodologically and well-resourced with survey activity in each sector often hosted by major State Ministries and/or by more operational agencies. However, this listing is only a snapshot as changes are often afoot and more generally survey operations have yet to recover from the Covid phase. A listing of current regularised survey operations is provided after pointing to several coordinating frameworks.
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