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  • Those aged 45-64 are more critical of the key area of improving use of data in the organisation (6%) along with those from other sexual orientations (6%)
  • Those from other ethnic groups are more likely to disagree than their White British counterparts (5% vs 3%)
  • Males are more likely to disagree than females (5% vs 2%)
  • Those with a disability are more likely to disagree than those with no disability (5% vs 1%)
  • Of the 20 respondents who disagree with improving the use of data, the most frequent theme is general negativity towards the strategy
  • Other comments made relate to not trusting the council with data, data collection being a box ticking exercise, or that improving use of data is not really at the heart of the issue

Who disagrees with ‘Improve use of data in the organisation’?

Base: Total sample: (388) | 16-44 (68) | 45-64 (132) | 65+ (134) | Male (150) | Female (172) | Heterosexual (228) | Other orientations (54) | White British (268) | Other ethnic groups (55) | Disability (117) | No disability (215)

This chart shows the proportion of respondents who disagree with ‘improve use of data in our organisation’:
5% of the total sample
3% of 16-44 year olds
6% of 45-64 year olds
1% of 65+ year olds
5% of Males
2% of Females
3% of those who are Heterosexual
6% of those who are of an Other sexual orientation
3% of those from a White British ethnic group
5% of those from Other ethnic groups
5% of those with a Disability
1% of those with No disability

Please tell us why you don't agree with "improving use of data within the organisation"?

Base: All those disagreeing (20*) *Caution small base
wdt_ID Key themes in order of frequency of mentions
1 Generally negative e.g. waste of money
2 Don’t trust the council to manage data
3 This is a non-issue
4 Box ticking
5 Other e.g. council has enough data, data can be manipulated