Survey on impact of coronavirus pandemic on West Sussex

West Sussex County Council is asking all residents what impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on them in their latest have your say survey.

Friday, 22nd May 2020, 5:13 pm
Coronavirus

Until Sunday May 31, everybody across West Sussex is being invited to answer 24 questions which will help inform how the county council moves forward during the crisis and beyond.

Bob Lanzer, Cabinet Member for Economy and Corporate Resources, said: “We’ve already had more than 7,800 responses since the survey opened last Friday (15 May). With a population of around 864,000 residents, this equates to almost 1 in 100 people having their say, but we want more people to take part to give us a really clear picture of how the pandemic has affected you and your families so we can work out the best way forward for West Sussex and where our focus should be.”

The survey takes around 15 minutes to complete and the results will be fed back via the ‘Have Your Say’ consultation hub at the end of June.

To take part, click here.

If residents need the survey in an alternative format, or experience any problems with the survey, they can call 0330 2222 146 or e-mail [email protected] and they will do their best to assist you.

If you are deaf or hard of hearing and have an NGT texting app installed on your computer, laptop or smartphone you can contact them on 18001 033022 22 146.

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