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Filling in a Survey

The Office for National Statistics relies on accurate information from surveys to produce some of its key statistics.

If you have been asked to fill in a survey, you may have some questions about how to do it and why you've been chosen.

This section is in development. It will be expanded to include more surveys. If your survey does not yet appear, please contact us.

- About social surveys
High quality survey research on a range of social issues.

        - Taking part in a social survey
        Questions and answers about why surveys are done and what the surveys involve

- About business surveys
Guidance and advice to businesses on completing survey forms, and information about your survey.

ONS currently operates a system of holiday guarantees for business survey respondents. This was a recommendation of the:

1996 Osmotherly Review - Statistical Surveys: Easing the burden on business

1996 Government response to the Osmotherly review

1997 GSS report on guarantees of survey holidays

        - Annual Business Inquiry (ABI)
        Advice and information about the ABI

- Data protection notification services
Have you received misleading requests for information? ONS does not ask its contributors for money. Check here before you respond.



 
 
 
 
 

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