Young People in Scotland Survey
Ipsos MORI's Young People in Scotland Survey is the only study of its type in Scotland. It is a multi-client survey and represents a cost-effective way of reaching this audience: administration costs are shared between all the clients who buy space in the survey but your results are exclusive to you.
Who do we interview?
We run the only school-based omnibus study devoted exclusively to exploring the views, experiences and aspirations of a large and representative sample of young people. During classroom self-completion sessions in school, a representative sample of 2,000 young people, aged 11-18 years, is surveyed. Research takes place in approximately 50 secondary schools in the state sector, giving a large overall sample from which to conduct robust sub-group analysis.
What do young people think about...?
In previous years the study has encompassed a wide range of issues, including:
When does the survey run?
|By 18 July 2012
|By 15 August
|August – October
|By 19 December
There is no entry fee to take part in the survey - you simply pay a cost for each question you ask. Prices are based on the number of questions bought and cover all questionnaire design, fieldwork and the provision of topline findings and computer tables with standard cross breaks. Other outputs, including a presentation of the results, SPSS data, or extra analysis and reporting can be provided at a small additional cost.
Costs will vary depending on the length and complexity of the questions, whether coding is required, and the number of questions bought. As a guide….
All prices are exclusive of VAT which would be charged.
| Sample size
| One question
| Page of questions
| Page of questions (if 4 pages bought)
For more information and to discuss your requirements, please contact Vickie Chamberlain or Kate Sewel on 0131 220 5699.