The RIPE NCC Survey 2023 was conducted in May-June 2023 by Survey Matters on behalf of the RIPE NCC. 3,899 people completed the survey and shared their input on the RIPE NCC's services and activities. This provides the RIPE NCC with valuable feedback on its strategic direction for the following year
The RIPE NCC Survey 2019 was conducted in May and June by Survey Matters on behalf of the RIPE NCC. 4,161 people completed the survey, making this the biggest and most divse response to any of the RIPE NCC surveys we've conducted. This gives the RIPE NCC a vast amount of feedback it can use to impro
The RIPE NCC Survey 2016 was conducted in May and June by the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) on behalf of the RIPE NCC.4,344 people from over 100 countries participated, making this the biggest and most diverse response to any RIPE NCC survey since the organisation's formation. This gives the RIPE
From November 2014 to January 2015, independent consultants Dr. Rob Allen and Dr. John Earls carried out interviews and conducted meetings with RIPE NCC members and other interested parties in the RIPE community.
The RIPE NCC Survey 2013 was conducted in May and June by the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) on behalf of the RIPE NCC.
The RIPE NCC Membership and Stakeholder Survey 2011 is used by the RIPE NCC to assess its current service offering and to shape its strategy for the years ahead. The RIPE NCC carries out these large-scale surveys every three years. They are extremely important in finding out the views of RIPE NCC members and other stakeholders on the direction the RIPE NCC should be taking as an organisation.
The RIPE NCC commissioned an independent third party, TNS NIPO, to conduct a survey of the RIPE NCC membership. The fieldwork was carried out from 17 September - 25 November 2008. RIPE NCC members were invited via email to participate in this survey.
The RIPE NCC commissioned KPMG to conduct the 2005 Membership Survey. It was conducted independently, with all individual responses being sent to KPMG to ensure confidentiality.
During the first part of 2004, the RIPE NCC carried out a survey of members asking those taking part to predict how many Local Internet Registries (LIRs) they expect there to be in their home country over the next two years.
The RIPE NCC commissioned KPMG to carry out a members and stakeholders survey on its behalf from 29 August 2002 until 31 October 2002.