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THINK! road safety biennial survey 2006 to 2015 presentation

Presentation from the THINK! biennial survey research on measuring road safety attitudes and behaviour among the British population.

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THINK! road safety biennial survey 2006 to 2015

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Presentation slides on the THINK! biennial survey research on measuring road safety attitudes and behaviour among the British population from 2006 to 2015.

The biennial survey focuses on attitudes and behaviours across a range of issues. It aims to:

  • explore attitudes towards driving, road safety and other road users over time
  • measure prevalence of different driving behaviours, and change in prevalence over time
  • measure awareness of, and attitudes towards, the THINK! brand as a whole
Published 26 May 2016