Introduction


In partnership with the Express and Echo, Radio Exe, Exeter City Council, Exeter Chamber of Commerce and the Exeter Citizen, we are launching our sixth survey to gauge the economic well-being of the citizens of Exeter and the wider area. We will use the findings from the survey to highlight trends with policy-makers, and to tailor our advice and information resources.
About You

* 1. Where do you live?

* 2. What is your age?

* 3. What is your gender?

* 4. Which of the following best describes your ethnicity?

* 5. Do you consider yourself to be a disabled person or do you have a long-term health condition?

* 6. How would you describe your living arrangements?

About your finances
Please answer the following questions, comparing your current personal situation with three months ago.

* 7. Is your income?

* 8. Is the amount you spend?

* 9. What is the main reason for the change in your financial situation?

* 10. What level of readily available savings (such as money in a savings account, ISA, premium bonds or similar) do you have?

* 11. What level of debts (excluding any mortgage) do you have?

* 12. Who do you currently borrow money from? (select all that apply)

* 13. Are you content that those you are borrowing from are registered and authorised as required by law?

* 14. Are you worried about your financial well-being?

* 15. If yes, what is your biggest worry?

* 16. In one word how would you describe your financial situation?

About your employment

* 17. Are you?

* 18. When was your last pay rise?

* 19. On a scale of 1 to 5, how would you score your job satisfaction?

* 20. On a scale of 1 to 5, how would you score your job security?

Comments & Contact

* 21. Is there anything else you would like to tell us about your economic well-being, or anything you would like to suggest we change for future surveys?

* 22. Finally, would you be content for us to contact you regarding this survey, and to alert you to future surveys?

Thank you for completing our survey. The headline results will be published on our website in due course.

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