A Data Set for Better Advice
The United Kingdom’s Big Advice Survey, a first-of-its kind national survey carried out by law centers, community groups, and Citizens Advice Bureaus, independent charities that provide free advice on consumer issues, has published its data set of survey results about problems faced by the general public and how it responds to these problems. The groups behind the Big Advice Survey hope this data, which includes qualitative and quantitative information, will provide insight into how to better administer advice services, such as public legal education and mental health support. The Big Advice Survey ran from December 1, 2014 to March 31, 2015.
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