Research and analysis

Public attitudes tracking survey: wave 6

All information and data relating to the 6th wave of the tracking survey to understand and monitor attitudes to DECC's business priorities

Documents

Wave 6: summary of key findings

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Wave 6: questionnaire

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Wave 6: headline findings

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Wave 6: dataset

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Detail

DECC set up a tracking survey in early 2012 to understand and monitor public attitudes to the Department’s main business priorities. The survey runs four times a year and consists of one longer, annual survey and three shorter, quarterly surveys which focus on a subset of questions where we think attitudes might shift quickly or be affected by seasonal changes.

The sixth wave of data was collected between 3 and 7 July 2013 using face-to-face in-home interviews with a representative sample of 2,124 households in the UK. The wave 6 questionnaire was essentially the same as the wave 4 questionnaire but 2 new questions - on radioactive waste and Geological Disposal Facilities - were included at wave 6.

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