Consultancy agency Curconsult started with the execution of the third perception study on Bonaire, St. Eustatius and Saba this week, writes The Daily Herald. The firm will perform a random survey by calling the inhabitants of the three islands, with the request to answer a number of questions relating to the areas of health care, security, taxes, education and immigration. Participation in the research will take up about five minutes. The results of the study should answer the question: “How do the citizens of Caribbean Netherlands currently experience the changes due to the constitutional changes within the Kingdom?” It is the third time that the perception study is held since the constitutional changes of 10-10-10. The research will be carried out on behalf of the National Government Representative (Rijksvertegenwoordiger). The results will be compared with those of the preceding studies. Like previous years, results will be published on www.rijksdienstcn.com.