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Consultation-pinkSouthampton City Survey

Southampton City Council, in conjunction with other local public service providers, runs a telephone survey every two years to collect resident views on a range of topics. It provides an opportunity to get views of a representative sample of Southampton residents on key / priority issues and to gain better understanding of perceptions on how we are doing as a council and as a city.

Surveys have been conducted in 2014, 2016, 2018 and 2020, providing a rich longitudinal dataset. Each year a set of common Local Government Association (LGA) questions are included, which allows Southampton to be benchmarked against the national average and for trends to be tracked over time, as well as questions relating to emerging priority areas. The latest survey ran between October 2020 and December 2020 and included questions on:

  • Opinion on the local area
  • Opinion on Council and other public services
  • Communications and Digital exclusion
  • Employment
  • City of Culture bid
  • Transport
  • Wellbeing

The results from the 2020 Southampton City Survey can be downloaded via the link below, whilst past reports can be downloaded from the previous reports section.

Southampton City Survey 2020 Results Summary
Slide set
pdf | 3MB | 20.01.21

Previous Southampton City Survey Reports

Below are the results of the 2016 and 2018 Southampton city surveys

Southampton City Survey 2018

This report represents the findings of the Southampton City Survey telephone resident survey, between July and September 2018.

Southampton City Survey report 2018
Report
pdf | 1MB | 17.10.18

Southampton City Survey 2016

This report represents the findings of the Southampton City Resident Survey which was conducted between 25th March and 18th April 2016.

Southampton City Survey report 2016
Report
pdf | 1MB | 18.05.16

Last updated: 12 February 2021