What are the typical results for dimensions at the survey level?
The interquartile range represents the typical result for any given dimension. An individual survey result within this range can be considered a ‘benchmark’ result. Larger ranges (i.e. ‘Connection’) indicate a higher variance in
how WA organisations achieve this outcome. Smaller ranges (i.e. ‘Access’) indicate a stronger similarity in how WA organisations achieve this outcome.
Survey count (s) = 263; Response count (n) = 205,115
Count per dimension: 50 < s < 167; 6,144 < n < 23,498
Surveys with less than 30 responses removed. Surveys do not contain all dimensions and therefore results may not be comparable between dimensions. See Technical Appendix for detail regarding Evaluation Snapshot dimension selection.
All survey respondents were asked to provide their postcode. The majority
of survey respondents resided in postcodes within the Perth metropolitan area. Of 388 geographical postcodes in WA, responses were collected from 76% of these. Non-identifiable postcode responses made up 3% of postcode data. In most
cases these responses represented international respondents.
Respondents primarily identified as female. Representation of age groups skewed older but was fairly even between 20 to 80 years of age.
Prepared for: Department of Local Government, Sport and Cultural Industries
Prepared by: Culture Counts (February 2020)
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