Statistical data set

Attitudes towards transport from the British Social Attitudes survey (ATT03)

Latest statistics tables on attitudes towards transport, produced by the Department for Transport.

Table ATT0301

Perception of motorway congestion as a problem (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26KB)

Table ATT0302

Perception of traffic congestion in towns and cities as a problem (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26KB)

Table ATT0303

View on whether it is more important to improve the reliability of journeys rather than the speed (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27KB)

Table ATT0304

View on road improvements focusing on increasing capacity rather than building new ones (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27KB)

Table ATT0305

Concerns about damage to the countryside from road building (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26KB)

Table ATT0306

Ways in which journeys were altered because of a lack of car parking space (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0307

Proportion of respondents who drive (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 25KB)

Table ATT0308

Miles personally driven in last 12 months (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26KB)

Table ATT0309

Number of household cars/vans (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 25.5KB)

Table ATT0310

Frequency of travel by car as a driver (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0311

Frequency of travel by car as a passenger (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26KB)

Table ATT0312

Frequency of travel by local bus (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0313

Frequency of travel by train (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0314

Frequency of travel by bicycle (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0315

Number of journeys of less than two miles made by car in a typical week (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 28.5KB)

Table ATT0316

Willingness to switch from using the car for short journeys (less than 2 miles) to walking (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 28KB)

Table ATT0317

Willingness to switch from using the car for short journeys (less than 2 miles) to bus (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27.5KB)

Table ATT0318

Willingness to switch from using the car for short journeys (less than 2 miles) to cycling (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27.5KB)

Table ATT0319

Access to a usable bicycle (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26KB)

Table ATT0320

Proportion of respondents who had ridden a bicycle in the previous 12 months (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 24.5KB)

Table ATT0321

Confidence cycling on the roads (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 25.5KB)

Table ATT0322

Perception of roads being too dangerous to cycle on (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26KB)

Table ATT0323

Perception of exhaust fumes from traffic in towns and cities as a problem (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26KB)

Table ATT0324

Concerns about exhaust fumes from traffic (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 25.5KB)

Table ATT0325

Concerns about the effect of transport on climate change (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 25.5KB)

Table ATT0326

Perception of whether the current level of car use has a serious effect on climate change (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0327

Perception of whether the current level of air travel has a serious effect on climate change (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26KB)

Table ATT0328

Factors contributing to climate change (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27.5KB)

Table ATT0329

Factors to which the most impact on climate change is attributed (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27.5KB)

Table ATT0330

View on climate change and causes (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 25.5KB)

Table ATT0331

Willingness to reduce speed on the motorway to help reduce CO2 emissions (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0332

Willingness to buy a car with lower CO2 emissions (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27KB)

Table ATT0333

Willingness to reduce the amount travelled by car (to help reduce the impact on climate change) (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0334

Willingness to reduce the amount travelled by plane (to help reduce the impact of climate change) (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27KB)

Table ATT0335

Number of trips by plane during the previous 12 months (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27KB)

Table ATT0336

“People should be able to travel by plane as much as they like” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27KB)

Table ATT0337

“People should be able to travel by plane as much as they like, even if new terminals or runways are needed to meet the demand” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27KB)

Table ATT0338

“People should be able to travel by plane as much as they like, even if this harms the environment” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27KB)

Table ATT0339

“Being able to get a direct flight isn’t important to me, so long as I can get to my destination” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0340

“The price of a plane ticket should reflect the environmental damage that flying causes, even if this makes air travel more expensive” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27KB)

Table ATT0341

“For the sake of the environment, car users should pay higher taxes” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27KB)

Table ATT0342

“People should be allowed to use their cars as much as they like, even if it causes damage to the environment” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27KB)

Table ATT0343

“People who drive cars that are better for the environment should pay less to use the roads” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27KB)

Table ATT0344

“For the sake of the environment everyone should reduce how much they use their cars” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27KB)

Table ATT0345

View on there being no point in one individual reducing their own car use unless others do the same (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 30.5KB)

Table ATT0346

“Closing residential streets to through traffic” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0347

“Having speed limits of 20 miles per hour in residential streets” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0348

“Having speed bumps to slow down traffic in residential streets” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0349

“If someone has drunk any alcohol they should not drive” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0350

“Most people don’t know how much alcohol they can drink before being over the legal drink drive limit” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0351

“If someone has taken illegal drugs they should not drive” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26KB)

Table ATT0352

“Speed cameras save lives” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 27KB)

Table ATT0353

“Speed cameras are mostly there to make money” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0354

“There are too many speed cameras” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0355

“People should drive within the speed limit” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0356

“Average speed cameras are preferable to fixed speed cameras” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0357

“It is perfectly safe to talk on a hand-held mobile phone while driving” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0358

“All use of mobiles while driving, including hand free kits is dangerous” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0359

“All use of mobile phones while driving, including hands free should be banned” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

Table ATT0360

“The law on using mobile phones whilst driving is not properly enforced” (MS Excel Spreadsheet, 26.5KB)

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