What is a probability sample and why is it so important?
Why 6,000 respondents?
Why do we want to do a face-to-face survey?
Is a face-to-face survey risky if there is another COVID-19 outbreak?
What is the Public Understanding of Law Survey (PULS)?
The PULS is a Victoria-wide survey exploring how people experience, understand and navigate law and everyday life problems .
Who is doing the PULS and who is it for?
The Public Understanding of Law Survey will benefit all Victorians.
What does the PULS cover and what can it do?
The Public Understanding of Law Survey will cover a range of everyday problems.
How are you doing the PULS?
The Public Understanding of Law Survey is a face-to-face survey of 6,000 respondents across Victoria.