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Results
Time SeriesAge BandA Respondents(A) Number who agree they can INFLUENCE decisions in their local area(A) Number who disagree they can INFLUENCE decisions in their local areaB Respondents(B) Number who agree to be contacted in the future to take part in any further research regarding their local areaProportion who agree they can INFLUENCE decisions in their local areaProportion who disagree they can INFLUENCE decisions in their local areaProportion who agree to be contacted in the future to take part in any further research regarding their local area
Sep200916-24839.98477.88263.69833.30715.2056.931.485.8
Sep200925-341,181.42545.59478.311,184.991,116.5346.240.594.2
Sep200935-441,093.37500.49467.961,097.571,039.4445.842.894.7
Sep200945-591,350.05620.97541.901,351.461,248.2346.040.192.4
Sep200960-64392.85183.84146.73394.70345.9246.837.487.6
Sep200965 and over1,275.00473.93530.901,293.211,066.3637.241.682.5
Sep2009All6,132.672,802.702,429.496,155.235,531.6845.739.689.9

Notes

Proportion who agree they can INFLUENCE decisions in their local area

Indication of level of influence in council's decision-making

Metadata
Title Anti-Social Behaviour & Liveability Survey 2006/2009: Influencing decisions and future contact
Description Responses to the questions which ask if people agree or disagree that they can influence decisions in the local area, and would they like to be involved in further research in the future.
Methodology Telephone survey. All responses are weighted. Respondents who have not answered a particular question are excluded from the analysis. Agree = definitely or tend to agree, Disagree = definitely or tend to disagree
Period Start 2006/09
Period End 2009/09
Frequency 6 Monthly
Smallest Geographical Unit Police Neighbourhood
Largest Geographical Unit LA
Original Source Sandwell Research
Copyright N/A
Data Source Owner Chris Wright
Notes
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Headline Summary
Headline Summary The 2009 survey found that 45% of respondents agree that they can influence decisions in their local area.
* Over half of respondents in Smethwick believe they can influence decisions in their local area, compared with only 41% in Tipton.
The 2009 survey also found that Wednesbury and Rowley Regis residents are particularly keen to take part in further research in the future.
Further information on perceptions of ASB is available in a briefing note.
 
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