Over the course of the inquiry, we will publish snapshots of responses to the Questionnaire. Organised by theme, the snapshots will provide a summary of the experiences and stories that are being shared through the inquiry.
This snapshot captures some questionnaire responses about how the Child Support program communicates with its clients. The questionnaire has been online for approximately 14 weeks and we have received over 11 000 responses. Though it isn't a statistical tool, it captures the opinions of people who choose to complete it.
24 June 2014
This snapshot compiles some responses about how well the Child Support program responds to changes in people’s lives. The questionnaire has been online for about six weeks, and in that time we have received more than 10,000 responses.
The questionnaire asks individuals if the Child Support program is responsive to changes in their lives.
14 May 2014
The Questionnaire has been online for two weeks, and we have received about 2200 comprehensive responses. There are some interesting trends so far: more than 40% of respondents are aged between 36 and 45, and about the same percentage of respondents receive money through the Child Support program. There are roughly equal numbers of responses from men and women. We have compiled some of the responses about the ease or challenges in negotiating child support arrangements.
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The Committee will consider whether any problems experienced by payers or payees of child support impact on the majority of parents and other carers involved in the system, or a minority, and make recommendations accordingly.
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