National Survey for Wales
The National Survey for Wales involves around 12,000 people each year and covers a wide range of topics. It runs all year round, across the whole of Wales. The results are used by the Welsh Government to help make Wales a better place to live.
Latest monthly results
National Survey for Wales, May 2020 onwards
Results are based on telephone interviews carried out across Wales. Results from each month's fieldwork will be published the following month.
Latest full-year results
The National Survey for Wales, April 2018 to March 2019
Results are based on face-to-face interviews carried out across Wales.
View by topic
Local area and environment
Results on local authorities, access to services and facilities, and active travel.
Well-being and finances
Results on well-being, loneliness, deprivation, and finances.
Results on housing.
Democracy and government
Results on local authorities, taxes, and the Welsh Government.
Results on people's health status, illnesses, and health-related lifestyles.
Internet and media
Results on internet access and use.
Culture and Welsh language
Results on the Welsh language, arts, and culture.
Sport and recreation
Results on participation within sport.
Children and education
Results about children and education.
NHS and social care
Results about health and social care services.
View by year
From April 2016 to March 2017 onwards, the National Survey replaces the April 2012 to March 2015 National Survey, the Welsh Health Survey, Active Adults Survey, Arts in Wales Survey, and Welsh Outdoor Recreation Survey, as agreed by Cabinet in 2014.
Details about how the survey is developed and carried out.
If you have any questions, please contact the National Survey team at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0300 025 6685.