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The Logotype of Governmental Statistics

What is the logotype of governmental statistics?

The logotype of governmental statistics is printed on questionnaires or other kits of all statistical surveys conducted by the Japanese government.
If you find this logotype on survey kits, it is assured that: (1) the survey is conducted by the Japanese government, and (2) the confidentiality of data provided by respondents is strictly protected.

The Logotype of Governmental Statistics


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Why is the logotype of governmental statistics made for?

 In recent years, it has become harder to conduct statistical surveys due to the growing public concerns about the protection of the secrecy of the personal information and such.
 The government should make every necessary arrangement to improve the environments where people can respond to governmental statistical surveys without anxiety.
This is why the logotype of governmental statistics was determined on the October 8, 2011 which is "the Statistics Day" for promoting people's understanding of statistics.

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Concepts of the logotype of governmental statistics

  • The design representing the Japanese archipelago and the national flag of Japan reminds us of the Japanese government.
  • The design suggesting a bar graph reminds us of statistics.

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