User satisfaction survey on the quality of statistics produced by Eurostat
How should we ensure that we are meeting your needs? The best way is to ask you directly and we would be grateful if you could spare a few minutes to respond to the following questionnaire:
This survey is an opportunity for us to better understand why and how you use European statistics and what your assessment of the quality of our data and products (publications, database, website,…) is. It also allows you to express your views and to participate in the further enhancement of our statistics and services.
The results of this survey will be published on Eurostat’s website in an aggregated form. We assure you that your individual answer will be dealt with in strict confidence.
Please note that this survey is an excellent tool to improve the quality of the services of Eurostat. To show that we value your opinion, you can find out the results of the 2013 survey and a summary of improvement actions, which Eurostat carried out last year to respond to users’ suggestions from the previous surveys.
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