The Northern Ireland Omnibus Survey was a regular sample survey carried out by the Central Survey Unit (CSU) of the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency. It was designed to provide a snapshot of the behaviour, lifestyle and views of a representative sample of people in Northern Ireland, and is used to inform Government policy in a range of areas. The survey comprised two distinct parts: core questions about the respondents and their individual circumstances, and a variety of questions commissioned by clients, which seeked the views of the public on a range of matters, including criminal justice.
Perceptions of the PPS - Findings of the NI Omnibus Survey January 2014
Date:10 April 2014
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