Armed Forces Continuous Attitude Survey 2019
The Armed Forces Continuous Attitude Survey (AFCAS) was published on 24th May 2019. The Tri-Service results and report are available online.
About these statistics
Statistics from AFCAS are used by both internal Ministry of Defence (MOD) teams and external bodies to inform the development of policy and measure the impact of decisions affecting personnel, including major programmes such as the Armed Forces Covenant.
Overall, 12,102 responses were received, representing a response rate of 42%. The RAF response rate was 47%.
RAF FF survey reports
It is likely that if you have attended your Station’s Families Day, you will have completed one of our short online surveys both as personnel as well as family members whilst visiting our stand. These surveys are collated anonymously and developed into formal RAF FF reports, which also help to influence and lobbying policy change. To keep up to date on all AFCAS/Federation outcomes, as well as other RAF-related news, you can sign up free of charge to our weekly eBulletin (in accordance with our privacy statement).
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