“Aspects of daily life” is a large annual sample survey that covers the resident population in private households, by interviewing a sample of 20.000 households and 50.000 people (P.A.P.I. technique). It is a part of an integrated system of social surveys – The Multipurpose Surveys on Household – and it collects fundamental information on individual and household daily life.
The survey provides information on the citizens’ habits and the problems they face in every day life. In the questionnaires, the thematic areas are on different social aspects consenting to realize which is the quality of individual life, the degree of satisfaction of their conditions, their economic situation, the area in which they live, the functioning of all public utility services, all topics useful to study the quality of life.
School, work, family and social life, spare time, political and social participation, health, life style, access to the services are all investigated from a point of view in which behavior objectivity, motivations, opinions contribute to define the social information.
The survey is included in The National Statistic Programme, which gathers the statistical investigations needed for the Country