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National Youth Survey

The National Youth Survey (NYS) is NYC's flagship survey that looks into the major concerns and issues of schooling and working youths in Singapore. A significant milestone in Singapore's youth research, the NYS adopts resource-based approach and focuses on the support youths require for societal engagement (i.e., social capital) and individual development (i.e., human capital). To date, the time-series study has been conducted in 2002, 2005, 2010, 2013, 2016 and 2019.

National Youth Survey 2019

 

NYS 2019 is the sixth iteration of the time-series study. This iteration adopted a random (i.e., probability-based) sampling method to ensure responses are representative of the resident youth population aged 15 to 34 years old. The fieldwork period spanned September to November 2019, and 3,392 youths were successfully surveyed.

 

Youth trends and findings captured in the NYS 2019 can be found in the YOUTH.sg: The State of Youth in Singapore 2021 publications below.

 

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National Youth Survey 2016

 

NYS 2016 is the fifth iteration of the time-series study. This iteration adopted a random (i.e., probability-based) sampling method to ensure responses are representative of the resident youth population aged 15 to 34 years old. The fieldwork period spanned October to December 2016, and 3,531 youths were successfully surveyed.

National Youth Survey 2013

NYS 2013 is the fourth iteration of the time-series study. This iteration adopted a random (i.e., probability-based) sampling method to ensure responses are representative of the resident youth population aged 15 to 34 years old. The fieldwork period spanned September to December 2013, and 2,842 youths were successfully surveyed.

 

 
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