This Girl Can evaluation

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Dear Sport England,

You recently answered a request from me about a This Girl Can Evaluation (URL attached below for your ease).

In follow up could you let me know what percentage of survey participants selected each of the options in the question I've copied below please?

Yours faithfully,

Rob Blackie.

URL
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ORIGINAL QUESTION
And as a result of seeing these ads, have you done any of the following? Please select all that apply [RANDOMISE ANSWER LIST]
1. Already active but tried a new type of exercise or sport
2. Got back into exercise or sport after a break
3. Started doing exercise or sport (after not doing it previously)
4. Increased the amount of time I have spent doing sport and exercise
5. Increased the amount of effort I put in when I am doing sport and exercise
6. Encouraged my friends or family to be more active
7. Looked for more information about taking part in exercise or sport
8. Talked about or shared the campaign on social media (e.g. on Twitter or Facebook)
9. Talked about the campaign to other people in person
10. Something else (please specify)
11. No – I haven’t taken any of these actions

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FOI, Sport England

Dear Mr Blackie,

 

Thank you for your recent email in which you request for more information
about the TGC evaluation. Your email was received on 2 July 2019 and has
been passed to me as I am responsible for responding to requests for
information held by Sport England.

 

As a public body, Sport England is subject to the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 and we will handle your request in accordance with
the terms set out in the Act. We will provide you with our full response
promptly and usually within twenty working days. In some circumstances we
may extend this to allow us to consider the public interest; if this is
necessary in your case I will write to you again and explain why.

 

I will be in touch again in due course and in any event not later than 31
July 2019. In the meantime, please feel free to contact me if I can be of
any further assistance.

 

Kind regards,

FOI Team

We have updated our Privacy Statement to reflect the recent changes to
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From: Rob Blackie <[FOI #586122 email]>
Sent: 02 July 2019 12:28
To: FOI <[Sport England request email]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - This Girl Can evaluation

 

Dear Sport England,

You recently answered a request from me about a This Girl Can Evaluation
(URL attached below for your ease).

In follow up could you let me know what percentage of survey participants
selected each of the options in the question I've copied below please?

Yours faithfully,

Rob Blackie.

URL
[3]https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/t...

ORIGINAL QUESTION
And as a result of seeing these ads, have you done any of the following?
Please select all that apply [RANDOMISE ANSWER LIST]
1. Already active but tried a new type of exercise or sport
2. Got back into exercise or sport after a break
3. Started doing exercise or sport (after not doing it previously)
4. Increased the amount of time I have spent doing sport and exercise
5. Increased the amount of effort I put in when I am doing sport and
exercise
6. Encouraged my friends or family to be more active
7. Looked for more information about taking part in exercise or sport
8. Talked about or shared the campaign on social media (e.g. on Twitter or
Facebook)
9. Talked about the campaign to other people in person
10. Something else (please specify)
11. No – I haven’t taken any of these actions

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FOI, Sport England

Dear Mr Blackie

 

Further to your request for more information about the This Girl Can
Evaluation we have considered your request and I am writing to provide you
with the following information:

 

TGC Tracker Survey, Wave 9, November 2016

 

Question: And as a result of seeing these ads, have you done any of the
following? Please select all that apply

 

  Proportion of campaign recognisers
(women, aged 14-40)
Already active but tried a new type of 10%
exercise or sport
Got back into exercise or sport after a 17%
break
Started doing exercise or sport (after 11%
not doing it previously)
Increased the amount of time I have 10%
spent doing sport and exercise
Increased the amount of effort I put in 10%
when I am doing sport and exercise
Encouraged my friends or family to be 10%
more active
Looked for more information about 8%
taking part in exercise or sport
Talked about or shared the campaign on 6%
social media (e.g. on Twitter or
Facebook)
Talked about the campaign to other 8%
people in person
Something else (please specify) 1%
No – I haven’t taken any of these 50%
actions
NET: Have taken action as a result of 50%
the campaign
NET: Have done some or more sport as a 37%
result of the campaign
NET: Have started or re-entered 25%
activity as a result of the campaign

 

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I hope that this satisfies your information request.

 

Kind regards,

 

FOI Team

We have updated our Privacy Statement to reflect the recent changes to
data protection law but rest assured, we will continue looking after your
personal data just as carefully as we always have. Our Privacy Statement
is published on our [3]website, and our Data Protection Officer can be
contacted by emailing [4]Erin Stephens

 

 

 

From: FOI
Sent: 02 July 2019 15:59
To: Rob Blackie <[FOI #586122 email]>; FOI
<[Sport England request email]>
Subject: RE: Freedom of Information request - This Girl Can evaluation

 

Dear Mr Blackie,

 

Thank you for your recent email in which you request for more information
about the TGC evaluation. Your email was received on 2 July 2019 and has
been passed to me as I am responsible for responding to requests for
information held by Sport England.

 

As a public body, Sport England is subject to the terms of the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 and we will handle your request in accordance with
the terms set out in the Act. We will provide you with our full response
promptly and usually within twenty working days. In some circumstances we
may extend this to allow us to consider the public interest; if this is
necessary in your case I will write to you again and explain why.

 

I will be in touch again in due course and in any event not later than 31
July 2019. In the meantime, please feel free to contact me if I can be of
any further assistance.

 

Kind regards,

FOI Team

We have updated our Privacy Statement to reflect the recent changes to
data protection law but rest assured, we will continue looking after your
personal data just as carefully as we always have. Our Privacy Statement
is published on our [5]website, and our Data Protection Officer can be
contacted by emailing [6]Erin Stephens

 

From: Rob Blackie <[7][FOI #586122 email]>
Sent: 02 July 2019 12:28
To: FOI <[8][Sport England request email]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - This Girl Can evaluation

 

Dear Sport England,

You recently answered a request from me about a This Girl Can Evaluation
(URL attached below for your ease).

In follow up could you let me know what percentage of survey participants
selected each of the options in the question I've copied below please?

Yours faithfully,

Rob Blackie.

URL
[9]https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/t...

ORIGINAL QUESTION
And as a result of seeing these ads, have you done any of the following?
Please select all that apply [RANDOMISE ANSWER LIST]
1. Already active but tried a new type of exercise or sport
2. Got back into exercise or sport after a break
3. Started doing exercise or sport (after not doing it previously)
4. Increased the amount of time I have spent doing sport and exercise
5. Increased the amount of effort I put in when I am doing sport and
exercise
6. Encouraged my friends or family to be more active
7. Looked for more information about taking part in exercise or sport
8. Talked about or shared the campaign on social media (e.g. on Twitter or
Facebook)
9. Talked about the campaign to other people in person
10. Something else (please specify)
11. No – I haven’t taken any of these actions

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