- GAD3 has elaborated for the Association of Real Estate Developers of Madrid (ASPRIMA) the report ‘Perception and assessment of the development and housing sector in the Community of Madrid’ to find out the opinion of Madrid´s society on this matter.
Nine out of 10 residents in Madrid consider that the good functioning of the housing development and construction sector is a determining factor for the Spanish economy and employment. Furthermore, 80% think that this sector will play an important role and will have a direct influence on the economic recovery after the crisis resulting from the pandemic.
Universe: general population over 18 and up to 65 years of age.
Scope: Community of Madrid.
Quotas: sex, age group and habitat size, according to the distribution of the target population (INE).
Information collection procedure: computer-assisted online interview (CAWI).
Sample size: 1,000 interviews.
Age Groups Sample 18-29 197 30-44 220 45-54 265 55-65 318 Total 1.000
Area Sample Municipality of Madrid 511 Rest of CAM 489 Total 1.000
Type of property Sample Block of flats 771 Single-family property 115 Semi-detached 82 Other/ NS/NC 32 Total 1.000
Tenure Sample Owned (paid) 395 Owned (unpaid) 338 Rented 221 Other/ NS/NC 46 Total 1.000
Sampling error: +-3.2% (n=1,000) for a confidence level of 95.5% (two sigmas) and under the worst case scenario of P=Q=0.5 in the simple random sampling assumption.
Interview length: approximately 5 minutes.
Fieldwork dates: 20-26 April.