The Kiwis Count survey in 2007 was the first all-of-government national survey to ask New Zealanders about their perceptions and experiences of public services as a whole. A random sample of over 6,000 New Zealanders was surveyed, with a response rate of over 60%. Their views provided government and local body organisations with a wealth of information on public services that were doing well and those that could be improved. See the 2007 report, attached above in PDF format. Also, Kiwis Count 2007-fact sheets

The survey was also run in 2009 - read about Kiwis Count 2009 here.

In 2012 Kiwis Count changed from a point-in-time survey to a continuous monitoring format - see more here.

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