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Health and Wellbeing Survey - 2015

Ipsos Mori were commissioned by Leicester City Council (Division of Public Health) to undertake a face-to-face survey of 2,231 residents in Leicester aged 16+.

Interview were conducted in the home using Computer Assisted Personal Interviewing (CAPI).

Fieldwork took place between 26 January and 7 June 2015. Respondents were selected for interview randomly in pre-assigned sample points across Leicester. Quotas set by age, gender, ethnicity and work status to ensure demographic representation, with data weighted to the known profile of the Leicester adult population to mitigate non-response bias.

The attached Question Reference csv is provided to accompany the dataset.

Analysis - data have been weighted by age, gender, working status and ethnicity to be representative of the adult population in Leicester. Some fields have been removed to prevent analysis based on small numbers.

Statistical Reliability - The variation between the sample results and the "true" values (the findings that would have been obtained if everyone in the city had been interviewed) can be predicated from knowledge of the sample sizes on which the results are based and the number of times that a particular answer is given. For example, on a question where 50% of the people respond with a particular answer, the chances are 95 in 100 that this result would not vary, plus or minus, by more than 2 percentage points. Please consider when analysing by sub-groups (such as by ward or ethnic group) the smaller sample size will result in a higher margin or error. Confidence intervals should be calculated to consider where the true value lies.

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