Have you ever before questioned what foods are most done not like by Japanese youngsters? Do individuals in Japan like the shinkansen? How several confess to having hoarded house items in expectancy of the stay-at-home orders, and what did they acquire?
No issue just how unusual or unique the subject, you’re bound to locate that a person has actually performed an アンケート調査 (ankēto chōsa, set of questions study) regarding it. Often reduced to アンケート (ankēto, survey), the katakana finance word originates from the French enquête.
The study maybe most acquainted to individuals in Japan, which is often pointed out in the media, is the 内閣府の世論調査 (naikaku-fu no yoron chōsa, popular opinion studies performed by the Cabinet Office). The newest one was taken in February and revealed at the end of March.
Surveys are likewise frequently performed by 行政機関 (gyōsei kikan, federal government companies), NHK and various other マスコミ (masukomi, information media), 市場調査会社 (shijō chōsa gaisha, marketing research business), 生命保険会社 (seimei hoken gaisha, life insurance policy companies) and シンクタンク (shinkutanku, brain trust).
One feedback usually evoked by study inquiries, particularly as relates to federal government and national politics, is 支持する (shiji suru, essentially “to support,” however often revealed in English as “favorable”). Its reverse would certainly be 不支持 (fushiji, don’t sustain or undesirable). Depending on just how the inquiry is phrased, various other feedbacks may consist of a basic はい (hai, yes) or いいえ (iie, no).
More in-depth choices consist of 賛成 (sansei, concur) and 反対 (hantai, differ), however if you’re much less particular you can respond to どちらかと言えば賛成 (dochiraka to ieba sansei) or どちらかと言えば反対 (dochiraka to ieba hantai), which would certainly indicate that if you have to pick one you’d pick “agree” (or “disagree”). Or perhaps you intend to opt for どちらとも言えない (dochira to mo ienai, can’t claim one method or the various other). Also showing up can be: 全く当てはまらない (mattaku atehamaranai, not suitable in all), 分からない (wakaranai, don’t understand) and 無回答 (mukaitō, no feedback).
To make the data less complicated to picture, study outcomes may be arranged utilizing either an 円グラフ (en gurafu, pie graph) or a 棒グラフ (bachelor’s degree gurafu, bar chart).
Looking back to the opening up inquiry of this post, regarding 子供の嫌いな食べ物ワースト10 (kodomo no kiraina tabemono wāsuto 10, the 10 worst foods that children dislike), the 日本スポーツ振興センター (Nihon supōtsu shinkō sentā, Japan Sport Council) back in 2010 evaluated 10,000 primary and intermediate school trainees regarding their nutritional life.
In feedback to the inquiry of what food they most disliked, in coming down order, the leading 3 were: ゴーヤ (gōya, bitter melon), called by 23.9 percent; なす (nasu, eggplant) at 9.2 percent; and レバー、ホルモン (rebā, horumon, liver or various other body organ meats) at 9.1 percent.
Now prior to you claim 私には関係ない (watashi ni wa kankei nai, this is not appropriate to me) and avoid to an additional post, allow me simply claim that if you are a local of Japan, you likely participate in a minimum of one study, which is the 国勢調査 (kokusei chōsa, populace demographics), performed every 5 years by the 総務省統計局 (sōmu-shō tōkei-kyoku, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Statistics Bureau).
The over bureau has an useful site and gives routine updates in both Japanese and English on such data as 人口推計 (jinkō suikei, populace price quotes); 消費者物価指数 (shōhisha bukka shisū, the customer rate index); 完全失業率 (kanzen shitsugyō-ritsu, the joblessness price; and 消費支出 (shōhi shishutsu, customer costs, lit. “consumption expenditures”).
I have a couple of individual faves for data mining. On most Saturdays, a column called “Be Between” shows up in the “Be” supplement of the Asahi Shimbun. It’s contracted out to a study specialized company, Macromill, and the components rarely dissatisfy. Another favored shows up in Dime, a regular monthly fad publication released by Shogakukan. Each problem includes a column called “Data Watching” that frequently chooses up intriguing nuggets of details.
For extra durable mining, there’s the 博報堂生活総合研究所 (Hakuhōdō Seikatsu Sōgō Kenkyūjo, Hakuhodo Institute of Life and Living) which frequently shares its study data on its site.
You never ever understand where an intriguing study may stand out up. This month, regular publication Asahi Geino (June 4) brought outcomes of a study of 2,000 grownups in the age variety of 20 to 69 years, in which they were asked, 上司にしたい戦国武将は誰? (jyōshi ni shitai sengoku bushō wa risk? Which warlord from the Sengoku [Warring States] Period would certainly you desire as your manager?) Shogun Tokugawa Ieyasu (1543 -1616; ruled 1603-1605) — that most likely purchased the heads eliminated of staffs that displeased him — was called leading by both males and females. Go number.