The National Survey for Wales (NSW), which began in 2012, is the Welsh Government’s key source of information on people’s views about a wide range of issues. Topics covered include public services, such as council, education, and health services; local area and safety; and wellbeing. The NSW is the successor to the Living in Wales (LIW) Survey series (sometimes called the Welsh Household and Dwelling Survey) which ran from 2004 to 2008.
GN 33435 | National Survey for Wales, 2009/2010-
Search for variables and questions from the National Survey for Wales.