Enventure Research has been appointed by Cambridgeshire County Council (CCC) to undertake a public survey as part of the Council’s 2014 Business Plan Consultation. Enventure Research will conduct 1,100 in-home surveys in order to gain insight into residents’ views about what should be considered priority areas for budget spending.
The in-home survey will be conducted by Interviewer Quality Control Scheme-trained interviewers with a representative sample of CCC residents in each of the four rural districts in Cambridgeshire and Cambridge City. Quotas will be set to ensure the representativeness of the sample, including quotas on age, ethnicity, gender and working status. The consultation will take the form of a structured quantitative interview and will be conducted in conjunction with an online version of the survey being hosted by CCC. Enventure will provide detailed analysis of the survey results and comprehensive reporting on the findings. The fieldwork is due to commence in August 2014.
Joanne Harvatt, Research Manager, commented, “We are delighted to have secured our first piece of work for Cambridgeshire’s Research and Performance Team. We are looking forward to conducting the fieldwork on their behalf and providing them with results which are representative across the county.”