Surveys and Reports

Housing Survey 2018

This survey is now closed (30 November). Thank you for taking part – just under 1,000 of you provided input. To keep up to date with any outcomes relating to housing, you can sign up to the free weekly eBulletin.

Other surveys

  • School place allocation survey – Now closed (3 September 2018)
  • Life in the RAF Survey – Now closed (3 September 2018)

Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete both of the above surveys which we ran during the summer months. If you would like to be kept up to date with when the reports are available or any developments that arise out of the findings, you can sign up to receive our weekly eBulletin – a weekly snapshot of RAF-related news.

Our reports

All our reports are available online. If you would prefer a hard copy, please contact us at

Without you, we have no voice…

We are funded by the RAF but sit outside the Chain of Command as an independent organisation. We provide a voice for the issues and concerns you have about life in the RAF, and we have direct access to senior RAF and MOD staffs as well as DIO and Government Ministers.

We will always maintain your anonymity and respect your privacy.

Together with your feedback, we can help influence positive change.

To keep ahead of what surveys are live and when, you can sign up to our weekly eBULLETIN.

We collect evidence in all sorts of ways

Survey voting pads


Our Evidence Team can come to you on your Station and run really short, snappy interactive workshops using voting pads. Allow an hour per workshop and learn more about how the Families Federation can help you too.

Online, in your own time

We have various short surveys available online where you simply click in and whiz down through the survey. Takes 5 minutes! We can’t see who the results are from either; only the Station you are from so we can address potential key issues in regional locations.

Have an idea for a survey?

Contact the RAF FF team to share any ideas on what areas you think we should investigate more and we’ll investigate further.