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  • 1. Results of Survey
  • 2. Question 1 – How old are you? From these results I can identify the different ages which are taking part in my survey. My target audience for my research was aimed at 16-24 year olds. I can identify from my question that there was only 2 people who was 14-16 years of age and however there was 8 people who was between the age of 17-19. This is the most popular choice which has been chosen. This will allow me to identify the opinions of young adults and what they think to being homeless. 1 person who took part in my survey was between the ages of 25 and another person was over the age of 25 although that my target audience doesn’t include the ages above 25. Using this research will allow me to identify what there opinions and thoughts towards the survey was.
  • 3. Question 2 – Are you male or female? I decided to include this question of weather to audience was female or male. I found out that from this survey there was 3 people who completed it who was male and the other 3 people was female. I was able to filter my results to compare differences and similarities between each answer. I found out that from the males that the all of them believed that there wasn’t much or any help available for homeless teenagers and from the females I could see that they agreed and that both females and males thought that there wasn’t enough help for the homeless youths.
  • 4. Question 3 – Where do you live? I decided to include this question in my survey as I wanted to identify which parts of my target audience was based in location. I also wanted to find out which parts of Yorkshire had different views towards being homeless. From my survey I found out that 5 people who completed my survey was from East Yorkshire, another 5 people was from North Yorkshire. The other 2 people was from West Yorkshire and also South Yorkshire. I wanted to find out if people from different locations had the same view and opinion about young people being homeless. I filtered my results and I found out a range of things. I found out that most people from the different locations mostly agreed and disagreed on the same things.
  • 5. Question 4 – Where would you go if you suddenly became homeless? From this question I could identify what peoples actions would be if they became homeless. I would also be able to find out if anyone would visit a homeless charity for help. From my results they present that 5 out of 12 people from my audience would go to a family members house. 6 people out of the 12 people who filled in my survey would stay at a friends house and 0 people would visit a homeless charity. From these results I know have knowledge of what people would do if they became homeless. Looking at my results this shows that people wouldn’t go to a charity maybe because they don’t know a homeless charity or maybe because they are scared.
  • 6. Question 5– Would you help out a young person if they had nowhere else to stay? From this pie chart it shows the percentage of people who would help out a young homeless person if they have no where else to stay. Looking at these results they show that only one person would help out a young homeless person out of the 12 people that I asked. I also found out that this was a female who answered this question. The other answered showed that 3 people would probably help out a young homeless person this showed that they was all females aswell and the other answered including No and probably not was men. This shows that women are more likely to volunteer for a homeless charity.
  • 7. Question 6 – Do you think there is enough help for homeless teenagers? This closed question allowed me to get results and find out what my target audience thought about current charities or help centers for teenagers who are homeless. My results show that 8 people who took the survey agreed that there wasn’t not that much help for teenagers. The other 3 people thought that there was no help at all for teenagers and the small percentage of 1 person thought that there was quite a lot of help for homeless teenagers. From these results I can identify that there needs to be more awareness raised of homeless charities and more people need to know where they can go if they become homeless.
  • 8. This is simple yes and no question which allows me to collect information weather people are also aware of homeless charities. There was 9 people which said No that they are not aware and haven't heard any homeless charities. From this research it is clear that young people need to know about homeless charities incase they become homeless their selves. This can be done by creating more leaflets, posters and other advertising products. The other 3 people who had taken the survey stated that they heard of homeless charities before. These charities include SASH, shelter and also Bernados. Question 7 – Have you heard of any homeless charities?
  • 9. I decided to include this question so I could see which age group the audience thinks is becoming at risk of becoming homeless. The results show that the most popular category was the 16-18 year olds. With 7 responses people think that teenagers between ages 16-18 are more likely to become homeless. Maybe this is because of home issues, or other issues which teenagers can face. 2 people thought that 18-20 year olds also have a chance of becoming homeless and 2 people thought that children between the age of 5-10 are at risk of not having a home. Looking at these results it has allowed me to identify which age group I can look more into and focus on when creating work for a homeless charity. Question 8 – Which age groups do you think are most at risk of becoming homeless?
  • 10. On this question I decided to ask this because I wanted to find out if the people from my target audience would know what to do if they became homeless or if someone they knew became homeless what advice that they could give. I found out that half of the people who took part in the survey would not know what to do if they became homeless. These results are quite shocking as it shows young people are vulnerable of danger. From this result it proves that young people could suffer the consequences of what could happen because they don’t know about local charities. Question 9 – Would you know what to do if you or someone you know became homeless?
  • 11. As this question was an open question it allowed the audience to input their own opinion about homeless people. From this question I wanted to find out if people judged homeless people and if they had a negative view or positive view on people who are homeless. I can identify different things from the answers which the audience have put. Some of the answers include that ‘they haven't done enough in life’ which suggests a negative view towards homeless people when truthfully people don’t know the story behind someone to why they became homeless. My aim is to change this judgment of what my audience has against homeless people. Question 10 – What is the impression that you get toward homeless people?