The findings of the 2018 Social Attitudes Survey has been published today (Monday, 19 November 2018).
The annual survey is used to gather the views of the public on a wide number of areas of life in the Isle of Man.
As well as general demographics data, topics covered include: employment and income; satisfaction with public services; safety, crime and justice; childcare; and recreation and leisure.
Minister for Policy and Reform, Chris Thomas MHK, said:
'The annual survey on social attitudes provides Government with valuable insight on how people feel public services are performing as well as life in the Isle of Man more generally. This information is highly valuable in developing and shaping government policy and I extend my thanks to all those who took part.
'As we now carry out surveys like this more frequently, we are able to identify changes and trends as they emerge, allowing government to be more responsive.'
A full copy of the report, including an executive summary and highlights, is available online.