Visitor satisfaction on sense of safety

This graph breaks down the satisfaction of international visitors' sense of safety from a 10-point scale, where 1 means Not at all satisfied and 10 means Extremely satisfied.

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Each segment of this area graph is split depending on the proportion of international visitor satisfaction on "sense of safety", as shown on the y-axis. The total area of a certain segment changes across the x-axis, which shows all the quarters with available data. You can also hover your mouse near an area boundary to see the exact proportions and counts.

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Great walks survey - Degree of feeling safe

The Department of Conservation (DOC) manages ten Great Walks that traverse New Zealand’s most compelling landscapes and are marketed both at home and abroad as truly iconic visitor experiences. Respondents were asked the question: “Thinking about your 'Great Walk' experience, how much do you agree with the statement ‘I felt safe at all times’?”. A weighted rating scale from 0 ('Do not agree at all') to 4 ('Agree totally') is used to report degree of agreement, and the results are shown in the chart below.

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The graph above shows the degree of agreement with the statement 'I felt safe at all times'. The maximum degree is 4.0 and the minimum degree is 0.0.

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Great walks survey - Relied on DOC for safety

The Department of Conservation (DOC) manages ten Great Walks that traverse New Zealand’s most compelling landscapes and are marketed both at home and abroad as truly iconic visitor experiences. Respondents were asked the question: “Thinking about your 'Great Walk' experience, how much do you agree with the statement ‘I relied on DOC to keep me safe on my Great Walk’?”. A weighted rating scale from 0 ('Do not agree at all') to 4 ('Agree totally') is used to report degree of agreement, and the results are shown in the chart below.

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The graph above shows the agreement with the statement by all respondents by nationality. Each bar in the chart represents a different nationality and the higher the bar the higher the degree of agreement by all respondents of each nationality.

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