Surveys


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2017 Survey Results
2016 Survey Results
2015 Survey Results
2014 Survey Results

AFF Response to MOD Surveys

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2017 Survey Results

Overseas voting survey Command Brief. Click here to download the brief.

Scotland survey Command Brief. Click here to download the brief.

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2016 Survey Results

How we make work 'work' Command Brief. Click here to download the brief.

AFF Big Survey 2016 Full Brief. Click here to download the full brief.

AFF Big Survey 2016 Command Brief. Click here to download the command brief.

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2015 Survey Results

Overseas Voting Survey. Click here to download the report.

Overseas Experience Survey. Click here to download the report.

Move-in Survey. Click here to download the report.

Rebasing Survey - Report pending.

Orthodontic Survey - Report pending.

AFF Big Survey 2015. Click here to download the command brief.

The True Cost of Your Overseas Move - report pending.

Cyprus Childcare - report pending.

Divorce Issues. Click here to download the report.

State boarding school versus independent boarding school. Click here to download the report. 

School Children’s Visits Overseas. Click here to download the report.

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2014 Survey Results

Dual Serving Families. Click here to download the report.

Overseas and out of pocket? Click here to download the report.  

AFF Big SurveyClick here to download the results.

AFF and York St John study into Service children's attainment. Report pending.

Further education and training for Army spouses. Report pending

Army Families and Fostering Survey. Report pending 

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AFF Response to MOD Surveys

An AFF view on FAMCAS 2016: The findings from this year’s Families’ Continuous Attitude Survey (FAMCAS) are now published. Read more

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About our surveys

AFF regularly conducts surveys, which allow us to identify Army families’ current concerns and experiences, as well as their response to new or proposed policy. Our surveys vary from focussing on localised issues to more general topics that affect a large proportion of the Army family community.

The data we capture via our surveys allows us to confidently approach chain of command and decision makers, help shape policy and secure positive changes for Army families everywhere.

Each year, our Big Survey tackles one key theme; our survey in 2016 attracted more than 8,000 responses.

AFF surveys are promoted via our website, as well as on social media. We encourage you to get involved and have your say.

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