You can see the RB's latest results here. The Bank's main interest is, as you'd expect, the behaviour of inflation expectations, which are tracking as shown in the graph below. It also collects views on GDP growth and unemployment (the cycle is getting ever stronger), earnings growth (modest), bill and bond yields (expected to rise), and the NZ$/US$ and NZ$/A$ exchange rates (no great change expected).
There is one small flaw in the survey, however. The Bank asks people for their perceptions of the stance of monetary policy on a scale from very loose to very tight, and turns the answers into an index number: the latest result is shown below. As you can see, people are answering that monetary conditions are remarkably easy.
The reality, in short, is that overall monetary conditions, far from being unusually easy (as assessed by the survey) are in fact heading for levels that are quite stringent by historical standards (going by the MCI).
What's happening, unfortunately, is that respondents are actually supplying their estimate of whether interest rates are unusually low or unusually high.
Maybe the RB is able to make some other use of the answers, but they're not good answers to the question the Bank was actually asking.