REPORT ON RESULTS OF THE SURVEY ON THE SUBJECT OF “ASSESSMENT OF THE FACTORS IMPACTING EFFICIENCY OF THE TARGETED SOCIAL ASSISTANCE MECHANISM”
The first item of the questionnaire describes home economics characteristic, as well as the labor status of the family head. The impact of the family head’s labor status on the eligibility of probability of family household’s receipt of Targeted Social Assistance (TSA) has been assessed, using the logit model. It is worth noting that while shaping the logit model, the ERC Team used the results of the survey covering 200 families receiving TSA and another 200 families that were refused to receive TSA. The survey results were practicable: for example, the survey sketched that if the family head in the household appealing for TSA is incapable of work, the probability of receipt of the social assistance is very high – 91.4 percent. In addition, the probability of receipt of TSA by unemployed job seekers is 81.7 percent, while that as individuals not seeking work is 72.8 percent. The lowest percentage rates for the TSA receipt were observed among household heads employed by the private sector (0.6 pct) and self-employment activities (1.64 pct).