ACMA communications consumer survey data 2009 | ACMA

ACMA communications consumer survey data 2009

Overview

The 2009 communications consumer survey was conducted by Ipsos Research in April 2009. The sample was taken from the Australian population aged 18 years and over and was subject to quotas for age, gender and location, including regional and urban areas.  

Methodology

The survey was conducted using computer-assisted telephone interviewing (CATI) to both fixed-line and mobile phone numbers. The quota sample for the 2009 survey included two subsets:

  • fixed-line sample of n=1,604
  • mobile phone sample n=1,305. 

Dataset documents

Downloads 

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2009 consumer survey data files—fixed line 

5.19 MB

1.4 MB

 

2009 questionnaire—fixed line 

   

429 KB 

2009 consumer survey data files—mobile phone

3.6 MB

1.0 MB

 

2009 questionnaire—mobile phone

   

403 KB 

ACMA dataset usage

The 2009 communications consumer survey findings were published in various ACMA reports and research snapshots including: 

Copyright notice

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Citation of this dataset

Please reference use of the dataset in the following terms:
‘ACMA communications consumer survey 2009’  or ‘ACMA commissioned survey 2009'.

Enquiries

Comments and enquiries about the 2009 communications consumer survey dataset should be emailed to research.analysis@acma.gov.au.

Disclaimer

The ACMA does not guarantee, and accepts no legal liability whatsoever arising from or connected to, the accuracy, reliability, currency or completeness of the information.

Last updated: 11 August 2016