Guernsey islanders questioned on spending

Thirteen hundred householders in Guernsey will be asked to take part in a survey that examines islanders' spending habits.

The year-long survey starting on 1 May was commissioned by the States to help determine the rate of inflation, which influences salaries and benefits.

Those taking part will be asked to detail how much they spend on goods and services over a two-week period.

Anyone taking part will be entered in a draw to win a £2,000 prize.

The confidential survey is carried out every five years and is being conducted by local research company Island Analysis.

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