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UnhideHide Fair Treatment by Local Services.

Theme : Perception Surveys | Sub Theme : Place Survey

  • DescriptionNI 140: Extent to which you feel you have been treated with respect and consideration by your local public services in the last year
  • Headline Findings57% of respondents say they have been treated with respect and consideration by local services (NI 140), with 13% saying this is "all of the time". However, Sandwell ranks 3rd worst of the Mets and London Boroughs on this indicator.
    * Those groups scoring particularly low include younger adults and BME groups.
    Further information is available on the Place Survey topic page.
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Fair Treatment by Local Services. : Gender : 2008/09 : Ward
Fair Treatment by Local Services. : NI140: Proportion of people who think that they have been treated with respect and consideration by their local public services in the last year. : Mosaic Groups : 2008/09
Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Fair Treatment by Local Services.:Age of respondent:2008/09
Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Fair Treatment by Local Services.:Ethnicity Level 2:2008/09

UnhideHide Feeling informed about local services

Theme : Perception Surveys | Sub Theme : Place Survey

  • DescriptionNI 037: Extent to which people feel informed of their local public services, voting procedures, how council tax is spent, becoming involved with local decision making, standard that should be expected from local public services, how well they are performing, how to make complaints and what to do in the event of a large-scale emergency.
  • Headline FindingsOverall, 33% feel well informed about local public services, but over a quarter feel "not well informed at all". It is well known that satisfaction levels rise as people feel more informed; for example:
    * Satisfaction with the local area rises from 53% of those who don't feel informed to 79% amongst those who do.
    * 65% of those who feel informed are satisfied with the way the Council runs things compared with 22% of those feeling uninformed.
    People feel relatively well informed about how and where to register to vote, and how Council tax is spent, but less well informed in terms of how to get involved in decision making (25%) and how to complain about services (31%). Only a minority (15%) say they feel informed about what to do in the event of a large-scale emergency (NI 37). The majority (70%) say they are not well informed of what to do and 15% say they don't know.
    Further information is available on the Place Survey topic page.
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Desc Output
Awareness of civil protection arrangements in the local area. : Age of respondent : 2008/09 : Nhood
Awareness of civil protection arrangements in the local area. : Gender : 2008/09 : Town
Awareness of civil protection arrangements in the local area. : NI037: Proportion of people who feel well informed about what to do in the event of a large-scale emergency. : Age of respondent : 2008/09
Feeling informed about local services : Age of respondent : 2008/09 : Ward
Feeling informed about local services. : NI037: Proportion of people who feel well informed about what to do in the event of a large-scale emergency. : Number of children living in household : 2008/09
Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Feeling informed about local services:Age of respondent:2008/09
Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Feeling informed about local services:Mosaic Groups:2008/09

UnhideHide Fuel Poverty (Modelled)

Theme : Environment

  • DescriptionEnvironment
  • Headline Findings*Green Aware provides modelled data on the likelihood of households being in fuel poverty. In 2010, a total of 10,894 households are estimated to be in fuel poverty in Sandwell (9.6% of households).
    * Fuel poverty is particularly prevalent in Smethwick, where 12.2% of households are estimated to be in fuel poverty.
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Desc Output
Environment:Fuel Poverty (Modelled):No Theme:2010:Ward

 
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