How Happy Are You In Cambridge?
I am conducting a study on how the impact of the built environment can affect one's happiness, health and well-being, with a focus on the City of Cambridge. If there's something you don't like about Cambridge, then now is your chance to say it! It should take about 10-15 minutes to complete and hopefully you'll find the survey interesting.

To thank you for your time, chocolate will be sent to everyone's pigeonholes once more than 50 responses are received, and there will be a prize draw of a £10 and a £20 amazon voucher/cash prize. The winners will be announced on https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Cambridge-Happiness-Survey/225539230923057 near the end of April. Thank you!
Please give your email address (optional):
(if you wish to be entered into the prize draw)
Name (optional):
(for the chocolate)
College: *
Are you a student or a permanent resident at Cambridge? *
Please give the postcode of your accommodation: *
How long have you lived in Cambridge for? *
How satisfied are you with the Cambridge City area? (Picture: https://www.cambridge.gov.uk/sites/www.cambridge.gov.uk/files/images/city-map.jpg) *
5 = Neutral
Extremely unsatisfied
Extremely satisfied
How would you rate your happiness generally? *
5 = Neutral
Extremely unhappy
Extremely happy
How much do you think the physical surroundings would influence your happiness rating above? *
(e.g. placement of parks, architecture, the road network layout, and other aesthetic qualities of the city) 5=neutral
Not at all
A lot
What changes (and where) do you want to see that would increase this rating? *
(e.g. more or better paths for cycling/running? wider pavement?...etc. regardless of the limitations of implementing these)
Please describe your favourite public place/street in Cambridge and explain briefly why: *
How much do you agree with these statements?
Please answer if it is relevant
Strongly Disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly Agree
It is easy to get to where I want via public transport. 
It is easy to walk to work (lectures etc.), leisure, or run errands
Cycling is easy here.
Clear selection
How often do you walk to get to work/leisure/run errands?
Please answer if it is relevant
How often do you cycle to get to work/leisure/run errands?
Please answer if it is relevant
How much of the following should look more like this http://tinyurl.com/cambridge2013pic1 ? *
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
70%
80%
90%
100%
Parker's Piece
Christ's Pieces
Queen's Backs (between Silver St and Queens Rd)
Jesus Green
Imagine you are walking along St Andrews Street, select how strongly you agree with the following statements: *
http://oi50.tinypic.com/16pjbb.jpg (Near Spoons, Pizza Hut, Emma College, Nandos)
Strongly Disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly Agree
I feel stressed on this street.
The traffic/noise levels are too high.
This street is too cluttered.
I feel disconnected here.
There is not enough space to walk on
This street is beautiful.
Transport links are good here.
On this street how strongly do you support the following changes? *
Very strongly against
Strongly against
Neutral
Strongly for
Very strongly for
More trees/greenery.
Pedestrianisation of the road.
More communal spaces.
Wider pavement.
Better/more urban furniture (seating, bins, cycle racks)
Imagine you are walking along Queen's Road, select how strongly you agree with the following statements: *
Strongly Disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly Agree
I feel stressed on this street.
The traffic/noise levels are too high.
The street is too cluttered.
I feel disconnected here.
There is not enough space to walk on.
This street is beautiful
Transport links are good here.
There is not enough greenery
On this street how strongly do you support the following changes? *
Very strongly against
Strongly against
Neutral
Strongly for
Very strongly for
More trees/greenery.
Pedestrianisation of the road.
More communal spaces.
Wider pavement.
Better/more urban furniture (seating, bins, cycle racks)
Imagine you are walking along Kings Parade (Caius to Pembroke) select how strongly you agree with the following statements: *
Strongly Disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly Agree
I feel stressed on this street.
The traffic/noise levels are too high.
This street is too cluttered.
I feel disconnected here.
There is not enough space to walk on.
This street is beautiful
Transport links are good here.
On this street how strongly do you support the following changes? *
Very strongly against
Strongly against
Neutral
Strongly for
Very strongly for
More trees/greenery.
Pedestrianisation of the road (ban cars).
More communal spaces.
Wider pavement.
Better/more urban furniture
Should Silver Street be pedestrianised? *
(The street where Queens College is) 5 = Neutral
No way
Absolutely
Where else in Cambridge should cars be banned?
Generally, what is the furthest you are prepared to walk to get to leisure? (in minutes) *
Shopping area/ leisure centre/ restaurants/ museums/ other recreational acitivities
If you had to walk, would you need to walk further than this for leisure? *
Generally, what is the furthest you are prepared to walk for to run errands? (in minutes) *
Post office/bank/grocery shopping etc.
If you had to walk, would you need to walk further than this to run errands? *
What is the furthest you are prepared to walk for to get to work? (in minutes) *
Jobs/lectures/supervisions/library etc.
If you had to walk, would you need to walk further than this to get to work? *
As a pedestrian, where in Cambridge do you feel the most stressed and why? *
As a pedestrian, where in Cambridge do you feel the most disconnected/isolated and why? *
As a pedestrian, where in Cambridge do you feel the most vulnerable and why? *
As a cyclist, where in Cambridge do you feel the most vulnerable and why? *
(Please put N/A if you're a non-cyclist)
Please enter below any comments or suggestions on how improvements can be made to increase your satisfaction levels:
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