“SUUMO Resident Survey 2022 Metropolitan Area Edition” Ranking of cities (municipalities/stations) where people want to continue living in 2022 | Recruit Co., Ltd. press release.

Recruit Co, Ltd (Headquarters: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, President: Yoshihiro Kitamura) conducted a web questionnaire for people living in the Tokyo metropolitan area (Tokyo, Kanagawa, Saitama, Chiba, Ibaraki). We have compiled the “SUUMO Resident Sentiment Survey 2022 Metropolitan Area Edition” by format. This survey is a fact-finding survey on “willingness to continue living in the city where you live,” to help you discover the charms of a new city when looking for a place to live, and to serve as a reference when choosing is a city, it was implemented. We have put together a summary, so we will report on it.

[首都圏]Position the stations where you want to continue living

[首都圏]The ranking of municipalities where people want to continue living

[首都圏]A station site that residents seem to like in the city

[首都圏]Site of local governments that have significant services related to raising children

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・ Municipal sites by age group, life stage, and residence precautions
・ Characteristics of high-ranking towns where people want to continue living
・ Rank by city attraction item
・ Site along the railway line

See PDF for details
https://www.recruit.co.jp/newsroom/pressrelease/assets/20221004_housing_01.pdf

■ Survey overview

The purpose of the survey To clarify the willingness to continue living in towns (municipalities/stations) in the Tokyo metropolitan area (hypotheses of Tokyo, Kanagawa, Saitama, Chiba, and Ibaraki). Also, grasp the charm of the city.
Survey target Men and women aged 20 and over who live in the Tokyo metropolitan area
Stations surveyed Among the stations in the Tokyo metropolitan area, either the top 800 stations for evening population (2015 national census, 250m grid) or the top 800 stations for passenger numbers (National Land Numerical Information 2017 , number of passengers data per station) Relevant stations and newly opened stations after 2019 were targeted.
For a total of 1,684 stations (line x total number of stations), stations with multiple lines were added to the following tabulation process, resulting in a total of 1,137 stations.

Stations with the same name served by multiple lines are counted together.
Also, on the route map of the traffic information system “Eki Superato” ( https://roote.ekispert.net/ja/rmap ), it is indicated that multiple stations are “connected by underground passages / connecting passages”. In this case, the average score for the same station is calculated, and the station with the largest number of respondents is displayed as the representative station.
*A maximum of two responses was requested for the nearest station, and the same respondent was counted in duplicate for each station.
Municipality target
See page 22 onwards at the end of the book
Survey method Internet questionnaire survey
In the first survey, we investigated the intention to continue living in the city where we live.
In the second survey, we asked those who answered the nearest station and municipality, from which more than 30 people answered in the first survey, about how attractive the city they live in is.
Survey period Primary survey: January 14, 2022 (Friday) to January 27, 2022 (Thursday) Secondary survey: February 2, 2022 (Wednesday) to February 9, 2022 (Wednesday)
Number of valid responses Number of responses where the nearest residential station or nearest municipality was valid
1st survey: 340,253 people (city where people want to continue living)
Secondary survey: 51,995 of the above respondents (city attraction)
INTAGE Inc. survey implementation agency.

For details, see the PDF from the link below

https://www.recruit.co.jp/newsroom/pressrelease/assets/20221004_housing_01.pdf

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