An Online Investigation on the Universal Two-child Policy
From:衡阳市党政门户网 | Date Add in:2017-10-13 13:57:10 [A  A]

Dear netizens,
  The universal two-child policy has been carried out in China on January 1, 2016, which can be seen as the next step to further reform and improve family policy in China. To better comprehend the attitudes toward the new policy of the netizens in Hengyang, an online investigation is being publicized, waiting for your participation and feedback. The investigation duration will be lasted until November 30 2016.

 

1. Your gender is

A. Male

B. Female

 

2. Your age is

A. 18-30

B. 31-40

C. 41-50

D. Over 50

 

3. Your education level is

A. Primary school

B. Junior high school

C. Senior high school or junior vocational school

D. Senior vocational school

E. College or over college

 

4. Your occupation is

A. Company staff

B. Self-employed business

C. Staff of public institutions

D. Civil servant

E. Others  

                                                                                   

 

5. Your family income

A. Less than 1000

B. 1001-2000

C. 2001-3000

D. 3001-4000

E. 4001-5000

F. 5001-10000

G. More than 10000

 

6. Are you the only child of your family?

A. No

B. Yes

 

7. Is your husband or wife the only child of his or her family?

A. No

B. Yes

C. Not married

 

8. How many children do you have now?

A. None

B. One

C. Two

D. Three or more

E. To have no child

 

9. How many children do you think should one family have in an ideal situation?

A. One

B. Two

C. Three or more

 

10. Why do you wan to, if you plan to have more than two children?

A. Parents’ requirement

B. Only child of a family is too lonely, which is not good for its development.

C. It’s quite risky to have only one child.

D. The first child is a girl.

E. The first child is a boy.

F. To have better grantee in the future.

G. Others.

                                                                                                                      

 

11. Why do not you wan to, if you have no plan to have more than two children?

A. Can not afford to raise another child.

B. Have no time and energy.

C. Be afraid that work or development will be influenced.

D. Others

                                                                                                                              

 

12. Does the universal two-child policy have impact on your decision about the second child of your family?

A. Yes, very much.

B. Not so much.

C. Definitely no.

 

Sponsored by Hengyang Municipal People's Government, Undertaken by Hengyang Normal University
Co-sponsored by Information Office of Hengyang Municipal People's Government Technical Support & Design:Hengyang Normal University
ICP NO:05002289