Results of Survey #2

Thank you for contributing to Survey #2 for the gathering spaces asset map.

We received 248 responses and we are thankful to everyone who contributed. The information below is a snapshot of some of the information we received from the community. You can view the full summary document for more detail. Please note we removed contest entry email addresses to protect privacy.

Preferred map option

Map option Photo Percentage of survey respondents
Map option 1 30.2%
Map option 2 58.0%
Map option 3 6.9%
I don't know which map option I prefer
4.9%


When booking a space, how important is the proximity to a public transit stop?

Level of importance Percentage of survey respondents

Very important

19.4%

Important

26.7%

Somewhat important

32.8%

Not important

21.1%


When booking a space, how important is information on parking availability?

Level of importance Percentage of survey respondents

Very important

45.7%

Important

38.9%

Somewhat important

13.4%

Not important

2.0%


Would you download and use a mobile version of the gathering spaces asset map if available?

Answer Percentage of survey respondents

Yes

30.3%

No

21.7%

Maybe

48%


Additional themes and comments

In addition to the results highlighted above, here are a few additional takeaways from the survey:

  • According to survey responses, the majority of respondents access mapping tools on their mobile devices. We are taking extra care to ensure the tool is accessible and useable on mobile devices.
  • When looking for spaces to host meetings, events, and gatherings, respondents indicate that they are most interested in details like, space capacity, photos, and rental and fee information.


Thank you for taking the time to complete this survey and provide your feedback. If you have any questions about the information published here, please reach out to halie.gilmore@waterloo.ca


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