Eastern Daily Press Reader Survey Results

0

What do you like to read in the Eastern Daily Press or online?

Ask 10 people and you will probably get 10 different answers.

Well, we surveyed 3,500 of our print readers and over the past few weeks I have shared with you some of the results and how they are and will continue to inform the decisions we make to improve your newspaper.

https://www.edp24.co.uk/news/eastern-daily-press-reader-survey-results-8404074

Today I would like to draw attention to topics and topics that you love to read in the newspapers – as well as those you don’t.

In many ways, this shows how difficult it can be to be an editor (of course I would say no?).


You can also watch:


There are many topics that remain clearly like Marmite for many people, some like them and maybe would like more, others feel the opposite completely. These topics include Norwich City, TV shows, puzzles, and more.

Then we have the topics that probably matter hugely if they have a direct impact on your life, but less so if they don’t. I would include education, mental health and campaigning in this category.


Readers have told us what matters to them
– Credit: Archant

And then there are the clearest ones. I’m happy to read that topics like health, community news, crime, politics, local government, what’s up, our weekend pullout and more performed well in the survey and remain vitally important to many of you. We are already working to improve further in these key areas.

Some areas that scored less favorably – take our old Heaven withdrawal – have already been addressed.

Meanwhile, the survey also identified areas that we may need to focus more on than we currently do, with environmental issues being the ones that clearly resonate with a large number of people. Beware of this one over the next few weeks and months.

If you took the time to participate in the survey, thank you very much, the information has been invaluable and I will use this column to keep you updated on the continuing evolution of our journal and website.

https://www.edp24.co.uk/news/changes-a-the-astern-daily-press-8322200

If you haven’t, fear not, we’ll be looking to repeat it in the very near future.

The results

What do you think of the contents of the following newspaper?

criminality

Not interested 15pc

Less interested 11pc

Fairly interested 47pc

Very interested 27pc

Education

Not interested 15pc

Less interested 35pc

Fairly interested 37pc

Very interested 13pc

Health

Not interested 2pc

Less interested 14pc

Fairly interested 54pc

Very interested 30pc


Archant

Our recent NHS On The Brink series
– Credit: Archant

Letters

Not interested 17pc

Less interested 14pc

Fairly interested 30pc

Very interested 39pc

Chroniclers

Not interested 17pc

Less interested 27pc

Fairly interested 37pc

Very interested 19pc

sport

Not interested 24pc

Less interested 26pc

Fairly interested 19pc

Very interested 31pc

Community news

Not interested 2pc

Less interested 11pc

Fairly Interested 45pc

Very interested 42pc


The EACH Bubble Rush is coming to King's Lynn this weekend.

Community news is vital, readers say
– Credit: EACH

Reader photos

Not interested 19pc

Less interested 33pc

Fairly interested 28pc

Very interested 20pc

Campaigns

Not interested 15pc

Less interested 37pc

Fairly interested 39pc

Very interested 9pc

Mental Health

Not interested 13pc

Less interested 34pc

Fairly interested 40pc

Very interested 13pc

What’s new

Not interested 8pc

Less interested 15pc

Fairly interested 40pc

Very interested 37pc

Food and drink

Not interested 16pc

Less interested 24pc

Fairly interested 33pc

Very interested 27pc

Business

Not interested 11pc

Less interested 24pc

Fairly interested 40pc

Very interested 25pc

Global / National News

Not interested 10pc

Less interested 19pc

Fairly interested 38pc

Very interested 33pc

Nostalgia

Not interested 12pc

Less interested 28pc

Fairly interested 42pc

Very interested 18pc

puzzles

Not interested 33pc

Less interested 16pc

Fairly interested 23pc

Very interested 28pc

TV list

Not interested 34pc

Less interested 24pc

Fairly interested 23pc

Very interested 19pc

Goods

Not interested 25pc

Less interested 28pc

Fairly Interested 36pc

Very interested 11pc

Norwich City Coverage

Not interested 31pc

Less interested 17pc

Fairly interested 20pc

Very interested 32pc


A conversation with City boss Emi Buendia helped sort out his future.  Photo: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City coverage is a big part of what we do
– Credit: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images Ltd

Sky supplement

Not interested 40pc

Less interested 26pc

Fairly interested 23pc

Very interested 11pc

Weekend supplement

Not interested 14pc

Less interested 23pc

Fairly interested 35pc

Very interested 28pc

Local government

Not interested 6pc

Less interested 20pc

Fairly interested 50pc

Very interested 24pc

Politics

Not interested 8pc

Less interested 20pc

Fairly Interested 45pc

Very interested 27pc


Coastal Norfolk MPs - James Wild, Duncan Baker and Brandon Lewis - urged the public to respect

Politics is an important topic for readers
– Credit: Denise Bradley / Daniel Hickey

Environment

Not interested 5pc

Less interested 15pc

Fairly interested 41pc

Very interested 39pc


Source link

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.