Mackay Regional Council Community Survey
Council values regular feedback from our residents. What we do and how we serve our community helps ensure we are meeting the expectations of our region.
In April 2018, council conducted a survey of residents to gather information about the satisfaction of many of our services and facilities.
2018 Community Attitude Survey
This survey is conducted to provide a clear understanding of the services that are most important to the community, and provide feedback on how well we are delivering these services and facilities.
The survey results will provide us with vital information to ensure our corporate priorities are aligned with our community's values and expectations.
Council conducted the survey between April 21 and 30, 2018.
Who is included?
Residents, aged over 18 years and who have lived in the Mackay Regional Council Local Government area for the last 12 months.
More than 1000 residents were surveyed through random sampling techniques. The results will be analysed for Council overall, and also split into results for the rural and urban areas.
The sample size of 1046 residents resulted in accurate and reliable results.
- Mackay Regional Council Community Attitude Survey 2018
- Mackay Regional Council Community Attitude Survey Executive Results and Summary