Fiji Times Logo

Fiji Time: 9:28 PM on Monday 15 September

/ Front page / News

How the survey was carried out

Nasik Swami And Dawn Gibson
Saturday, July 12, 2014

BETWEEN June 16 and June 18 this year, the latest Tebbutt-Times Poll was conducted, solely discussing the issue of education initiatives in Fiji.

The poll asked 1028 voting adults (18 years and over and eligible to vote) living throughout the Suva, Nasinu, Lami, Nausori, Nadi, Lautoka and Ba areas the following questions to gauge answers from them: (i) What, if anything, would you say are the most positive changes in recent years in education policy and procedures?; (ii) What would you say is the top priority moving forward for education?

For the first question, respondents were allowed a maximum of three responses together with an open response and for the second question, an open response was allowed.

The 1028 respondents were interviewed through face-to-face interviews between the abovementioned dates.

* Poll dates: June 16-18, 2014;

* Sample: 1028 adults over 18 years and eligible to vote;

* Method: Face-to-face interview;

* Coverage: Suva, Nasinu, Lami, Nausori, Nadi, Lautoka, Ba.


Fiji Times Front Page Thumbnail

Kaila Front Page ThumbnailFiji Times & Kaila Frontpage PDF Downloads

Use the free Acrobat Reader to view.

Today's Most Read Stories

  1. Searching for answers
  2. Girl, 12, murdered
  3. Shocked and disgusted
  4. Lawman saves widow
  5. Will of Fijian voters
  6. 'Next stop Rio'
  7. Ballot rush
  8. Eating the right meal
  9. All Blacks hold out stubborn Springboks
  10. Fijians safe from Ebola virus, says Health Ministry

Top Stories this Week

  1. Girl, 12, found dead Tuesday (09 Sep)
  2. Two charged for assault Tuesday (09 Sep)
  3. Worst still to come Wednesday (10 Sep)
  4. Police hunt for clues Wednesday (10 Sep)
  5. Be warned Thursday (11 Sep)
  6. PM confirms release of 45 peacekeepers Friday (12 Sep)
  7. Searching for answers Monday (15 Sep)
  8. Girl, 12, murdered Monday (15 Sep)
  9. Couple seeks end to problem Friday (12 Sep)
  10. Safe and alive Friday (12 Sep)