Republic of the Philippines NATIONAL STATISTICS OFFICE and DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM FINAL RESULTS 2005 HOUSEHOLD SURVEY ON DOMESTIC VISITORS (HSDV) Presented for the 4 th Quarter DOT Regional Directors\' Meeting Zamboanga City November 28, 2006Slide 2
Outline Background Objectives Sampling Design IV. Survey Questionnaire V. Pre-Enumeration Activities VI. Field Operation VII. Information Processing Highlights On-going ActivitiesSlide 3
Background of the Survey: An across the nation undertaking intended to assemble information on family data on residential tourism Joint exertion of the Department of Tourism (DOT) and the National Statistics Office (NSO) 3Slide 4
Objectives of the Survey: To give benchmark information to quantify the volume of local tourism To decide the profile and travel attributes of local guests Identify the travel examples of the Filipino families Estimate the degree and monetary commitment of local tourism in the nation 4Slide 5
Sampling Design: As rider to the Labor Force Survey, utilized the 2003 Master Sample Used around 12,500 specimen family units from the 2003 MS 5Slide 6
Survey Questionnaires: HSDV Form 1 (Household Questionnaire) HSDV Form 2 (Individual Questionnaire) 6Slide 7
HSDV Form 1 (Household Questionnaire): A three-page poll partitioned into: Section A. Demographic Characteristics of Household Members Section B. Data on Visitors Received by the Household During the Past Six Months Section C. Data on Second Home Owned by Any Member of the HouseholdSlide 8
HSDV Form 2 (Individual Questionnaire): A seven-page poll used to accumulate the accompanying data: Trips made by family individuals 15 years of age and over Details of residential outings (spot and length of stay; individual who settled on the choice in making the trek and who organized the travel; travel buddy; method of transportation, reason and exercises amid the excursion, and so on.) Places and attractions went bySlide 9
HSDV Form 2 (Individual Questionnaire): A seven-page survey used to assemble the accompanying data: Details of latest local bundle visit trip (counting costs) Details of latest autonomous outing (counting costs) Desire to go inside the following 12 months (spot to visit, month of travel and exercises to be done) Reasons for not having any desire to go in the following 12 months if given the chanceSlide 10
Pre-list Activities 10Slide 11
WHO ? Whenever ? WHERE ? 22 NSO and 3 DOT staff June 3 to 4, 2005 Barreto, Olongapo City, Zambales Bangantalinga, Iba, Zambales PRE-TEST OPERATION: 11Slide 12
Indicators Barangay Barreto Barangay Bangantalinga Total Number of Households Enumerated 38 42 Number of people 15 years of age and more than 135 152 Number of family units with second home 6 7 Number of people 15 years of age and over met 55 67 Average meeting time for family survey (Form 1) 5 to 10 minutes 5 to 10 minutes Average meeting time for individual poll (Form 2) 5 to 15 minutes 5 to 15 minutes Summary of Pretest Findings: 12Slide 13
TRAINING: 1 st Level Training led at NSO Central office: Date: September 21-24, 2005 Trainers: Selected NSO and DOT faculty Participants: 25 NSO Central office work force 19 NSO Field office staff 3 DOT faculty 13Slide 14
TRAINING: 2 nd Level Training led at NSO Regional workplaces: Date: September 27-30, 2005 Trainers: Selected NSO and DOT staff Participants: NSO Field office work force 3 rd Level Training directed at NSO Provincial workplaces: Date: October 3-6, 2005 Trainers: Selected NSO work force Participants: NSO Field office work force 14Slide 15
Field Operation 15Slide 16
Timeframe: October 8 to 31, 2005 Standard yield: For count, 4 families for every day ENUMERATION & SUPERVISION: 16Slide 17
Data Processing 17Slide 18
DATA PROCESSING: Manual preparing at common workplaces Data encoding and handling at local workplaces Re-confirmation and conclusion of datafiles at focal office 18Slide 19
RESPONSE RATE:Slide 20
Highlights 20Slide 21
Two in each five Filipino 15 years of age and over are local explorers amid the previous six months... Voyage (43.5%) Did not travel (56.5%) 23.7M 30.9M N= 54.6M FILIPINO 15 YEARS OLD AND OVER 21Slide 22
Profile of Domestic Travelers Number and Percent Distribution of Domestic Travelers by Employment Status, Philippines: 2005 Unemployed Employed Distribution of Domestic Travelers by Age Group, Philippines: 2005 14,426 9,322 60.7% 39.3% Male 65 AND OVER Female 55 - 64 45 - 54 35 - 44 25 - 34 15 - 24 0 1000 4000 3000 2000 1000 2000 3000 4000Slide 23
Distribution of Travelers by Region:Slide 24
On the normal, every individual made… Two treks amid the previous six months Total number of outings 37.7M Total number of residential explorers 23.7M Average number of excursions 1.6 Two spots went by amid the previous six months Total number of spots went to 46.3M Total number of household voyagers 23.7M Average number of spots went to 2.0 24Slide 25
Other than National Capital Region, main 10 places went to were… 25Slide 26
Top 5 attractions went to … 26Slide 27
Forty-nine percent spent overnight in the spot went to… N= 23.7M DOMESTIC TRAVELERS 12.1M 11.7M Stayed overnight (49.2%) Did not stay overnight (50.8%) 27Slide 28
4 in each 10 burned through 2 - 3 evenings in the spot went by… 39.9% 40.7% 12.0% 9.2% 6.5% 5.9% 1.8% 4-5 evenings 6-7 evenings 8-14 evenings 15-30 evenings >30 evenings 1 night 2-3 evenings 28Slide 29
Each voyager would stay in the place of relatives or companions… House of relatives & companions 78.4% Hotel 6.9% Resort 5.4% Others 4.7% Apartelle/Rented homes/Apartment 3.8% Pension motel/Lodge 2.4% Vacation house 2.1% 2.0% Homestay 1.4% Youth inn/quarters, and so forth. Doctor\'s facility 1.1% 0 20 40 60 80 100 29Slide 30
99% of local explorers had free outing… Of the individuals who had autonomous trek… 5.9M 17.5M Did not pay for the outing (25.3%) Paid for the outing (74.7%) N= 23.5M INDEPENDENT TRIP TRAVELERS 30Slide 31
Average costs amid the latest paid autonomous outing… 31Slide 32
If given the chance, a more prominent extent of the individuals who set out needed to go in the following 12 months… Did not have any desire to venture out Wanted to travel 48.0% 72.8% 52.0% 27.2% Traveled Did not travel 32Slide 33
Filipino families are surely cordial… DAY VISITOR AND OVERNIGHT VISITOR 2.8 M DAY VISITOR 4.5 M OVERNIGHT VISITOR 1.7 M 33Slide 34
97% got overnight guests who are additionally occupants in the nation… 34Slide 35
DATA at the Regional Level Source: NSO-DOT, 2005 Household Survey on Domestic Visitors 35Slide 36
DATA at the Regional Level Source: NSO-DOT, 2005 Household Survey on Domestic Visitors 36Slide 37
DATA at the Regional Level 37Slide 38
DATA at the Regional Level HH individuals who might need to Travel Upper Limit Estimate Lower Limit 38Slide 39
See next slide DATA at the Regional Level 39Slide 40
DATA at the Regional Level 40Slide 41
DATA at the Regional Level 41Slide 42
See next slide DATA at the Regional Level 42Slide 43
DATA at the Regional Level 43Slide 44
On-going Activities Preparation of HSDV Final Report Finalize HSDV Public Use-File (PUF) Training/Demo on the Use of HSDV PUF 44Slide 45
Visit the NSO Website: www.census.gov.ph 45
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