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Summary

  • Nearly 80% of residents feel introducing young people to new cultural experiences (79%), more free events (78%), and creating a wider range of events and performances at existing venues (78%) are ‘quite’ or ‘very important’
  • Creating venues in other parts of the city is less of a priority for residents, although 65% of residents still think it is important

Thinking about when funding and opportunities are available to develop cultural activities, how important are each of the following?

Weighted base: (from top to bottom) 1541 | 1543 | 1541 | 1534

This chart shows that:
38% of residents feel that more free events is very important, 40% feel this is quite important, 17% feel this is neither important nor unimportant, 2% feel this is not very important, and 3% feel more free events is not at all important.
37% of residents feel that introducing young people to new cultural experiences is very important, 42% feel this is quite important, 14% feel this is neither important nor unimportant, 3% feel this is not very important, and 4% feel this is not at all important.
34% of residents feel that creating a wider range of events and performances at existing venues is very important, 44% feel this is quite important, 15% feel this is neither important or unimportant, 4% feel this is not very important, and 3% feel this is not at all important.
27% of residents feel that creating venues in other parts of the city is very important, 38% feel this is quite important, 22% feel this is neither important nor unimportant, 8% feel that this is not very important, and 5% feel this is not at all important.