Presentation on theme: "Survey Results Youth Parliament of Manitoba Inc.."— Presentation transcript:
Survey Results Youth Parliament of Manitoba Inc.
What Survey?.... YPM Inc. conducted a survey back in late January. The survey was sent out in several s. Responses were collected throughout late January and the early part of February.
Survey Format The survey used a ratings system from 0 to 4 The survey asked both qualitative and quantitative questions regarding virtually all aspects of session. Some questions also addressed aspects of YP outside of session.
The Response! 40 members responded to the survey That is nearly 2/3 of our entire membership!!!
Food Conclusions Generally speaking, members seemed to prefer the food prepared at the school over the food offered at the Old Spaghetti Factory.
Merchandise 70 % of respondents bought merchandise Neat Fact: Rural respondents gave higher ratings, in all respects, than urban respondents
The A.C.R.O.N.Y.M Readership – 97.5% (Females 100%; Males 94.1%) 40% of respondents contributed to the ACRONYM
Legislation Amendments: 82.9% of respondents participated Neat Fact: 100% of new respondents participated
Events & Timings 81.4 % of respondents reported being woken up on time… …only 50 % of twenty year olds reported being woken up on time…
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On average: Respondents wanted less time for the following activities: Speaker’s Hour, Alumni Event, Alumni Reception, Roundtable, Clerk’s Message, Party Luncheons, Committees, Executive Elections. Respondents wanted more time for the following activities: YP Orientation, Question Period, Debate, Cabinet Take- Over, Free Time for Supper & at the School, Sleeping
E & T cont. 88% of respondents felt that they had adequate information prior to an event taking place. 99% of respondents felt that they were adequately recognized to speak.
General 86.5% of respondents felt that they had adequate information about Session prior to Session. At 58.3%, backbenchers felt the least informed prior to session. All respondents found the registration fee to be reasonable. 91.2% reported that they would consider attending the following Session. 78.8% would consider applying for Cabinet.