After each general election, the Electoral Commission surveys both voters and non-voters.
Post-election research into the 2011 General Election and Referendum on the Voting System shows a high level of satisfaction with the service received. Read the Voter and Non-Voter Satisfaction Survey 2011 here.
The Commission also surveys voters and non-voters with disabilities to help us improve services provided at general elections for people with disabilities. Read the Disability Voter and Non-Voter Satisfaction Survey 2011 here.
In preparing for the 2011 general election and referendum on the voting system, the Electoral Commission consulted disability groups and developed a new Action Plan, “Access 2011”, to improve accessibility. This continued work started for the 2005 and 2008 general elections. Read the Access 2011: Accessibility Action Plan for the 2011 General Election and Referendum on the Voting System here.
The Electoral Commission’s final report on the delivery of the 2011 General Election and Referendum on the Voting System was tabled on 2 May 2012, in accordance with Section 8(1) of the Electoral Act 1993.
The Electoral Enrolment Centre (EEC) of New Zealand Post Ltd (now Enrolment Services, Electoral Commission) reported that it met or exceeded all outputs and targets for its responsibilities in relation to the 2011 General Election and Referendum. Read the Electoral Enrolment Centre Report on the Enrolment Programme for the 2011 General Election and Referendum here.