We are looking for people aged 25-40 to take part in an in home interview for 2 hours about lifestyle.
Tuesday 14th June 2016
TBA (daytime and evening slots available)
Please answer the questions below.
Occupation of chief income earner in the household:
Which industry sector that you work in?
Working status i.e. Full time, part time, student, etc.
What was your highest level of education?
Who do you live with at home?
If you have children, please tell us their ages.
Is anybody in your household in receipt of any kind of main state benefit that contributes to their income such as unemployment benefit, disability allowance, etc? Yes/No?
Which of the following best describes your annual household income?
Which of the following financial products do you hold?
Mortgage with less than 10 years left to pay
Mortgage with more than 10 years left to pay
Credit Card, which you pay off in full every month
Credit Card which you do not pay off in full every month
Personal loan with less than 12 months left to pay
Personal loan with more than 12 months left to pay
Overdraft facility that you have used once or less in the last 6 months
Overdraft facility that you have more than twice in the last 6 months
Which of the following best describes the total amount of savings you have?
We are looking for some interviews to be a couple interview (partners/spouses, etc). Please indicate here if you would be able to take part in this study as a couple – Yes/No?
How much do you agree or disagree with the following statement (1= Strongly disagree and 5=Strongly agree)?
If something happened to me or my partner i.e. illness, redundancy, etc, we would probably struggle to cope financially
Please forward this on to anyone you know who may be interested.
Unfortunately, it is impossible to reply to all emails or phone messages. We receive lots of responses to researches that are emailed out. You will be contacted by phone if your application is successful. However, we apologise if you do not hear from us, but please keep trying for future projects that are sent out.