We are pleased to present some initial findings from the Sense of Community Survey. The following images show a table of correlations for the primary questions posed by the study, graphs related to these correlations (top of Y-axes and right of X-axes represent higher values), and maps that provide a spatial view of the sense of community scores. We will suggest interpretations of this data in a later post. If you would like to share your own interpretations now, though, please do so in the comments.
November 3, 2019 edit in response to comment asking for SOC score for Hampton Place:
Here are the SOC scores for postal codes within Hampton Place (UBC): Note that V6T 2H1 is a composite score of 9 responses (and scores 3/4 of a standard deviation better than the survey average), whereas the others represent single responses. Lower scores represent higher SOC scores (due to the way the questions were structured).
For comparison, here is a graphic showing all SOC scores for postal codes of respondents (and compare to the map above), sorted in descending order of density (some responses were outside of the target study range and do not have density values listed).
2 Replies to “Sense of Community Survey – Some initial findings”
What was the ‘sense of community’ for Hampton Place? Can you please summarise – thanks!
I found the following scores for sense of community for Hampton Place (1 is highest and 5 is lowest, mean = 2.30)
V6T 2H1 = 1.77 (composite of 9 responses)
V6T 2H3 = 2.69 (1 response)
V6T 2G8 = 2.38 (1 response)
I’ve added a couple of graphics to the end of the main post (can’t add them here) in response to your question, so please see those as well.