The People’s Panel Vox Pop survey is back and this time it’s exploring the changing social attitudes in the city- in a more comprehensive way than ever before.
While the main People’s Panel tackles the big issues affecting council and NHS services in Hull, Vox Pop surveys help to explore the social attitudes of local people and to understand the city in more depth.
Colin Hurst, engagement manager for NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group commented:
“Through the People’s Panel we tackle the big questions in Hull. These smaller Vox Pops help us to dig a little deeper and shine a light on some of our findings. Why do people feel the way they do? How can we better support them?
“By listening to local residents we make sure that both organisations are making informed decisions and that services are constantly improving. So please take a few moments and share your thoughts in this short, confidential survey.”
This Vox Pop survey will gauge opinion on changes during your lifetime and social attitudes on –
“In just a few decades, culture and technology can lead to huge societal changes. In fact, it’s only in the last 20 years that the internet has completely altered the way we talk, interact and relate to each other. Look back just a generation before that and people wouldn’t have imagined mobile phones, global communications or the importance of a good profile picture!”
“In this Vox Pop survey we want to know your views on how social attitudes have changed in your lifetime. How does modern society see life, death, love, sex and families? Are things better? Are they worse?”
This Vox Pop closes on Thursday 28 February.
The People’s Panel main surveys are released four times a year and roughly match the seasons. You’ll be able to take our Spring survey in March.