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Listening to the Past, Speaking to the Future: the Report of the Archives Task Force: Annex D: Non-Archive Users Survey: Omnibus Study

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MORI

2003

This report presents the findings of a research project conducted by MORI (Market & Opinion Research International), on behalf of MLA – the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council.

A nationally representative sample of 1,953 UK adults, aged 15+, was interviewed by MORI. The survey was conducted using CAPI (Computer Assisted Personal Interviewing), face-to-face in respondents’ homes between 5th – 10th June 2003. The data have been weighted to represent the national population profile.

This project explores the attitudes, opinions and behaviours of non-archive users. In particular, it investigates the general public’s understanding of archives, potential reasons for and likelihood of, using archives, barriers to using archives, perceptions of the value of archives and finally, it tests possible strategies for increasing the public’s use of archives.
This report will analyse the survey results, including any notable sub-group differences within the population.

Year published


2003

Commissioned by


MLA Archives Task Force

Authors


MORI

Author organisation


MORI

Document type

PDF

Document size

630KB

Domains


Archives

Geographical coverage


UK