Statistics

British Social Attitudes survey 2012: attitudes towards transport

Social attitudes towards transport in Great Britain during 2012.

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British Social Attitudes survey 2012: attitudes towards transport

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British Social Attitudes survey 2012: tables

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British Social Attitudes survey 2012: questionnaire

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Results for the transport questions asked on the 2012 British Social Attitudes survey and trend changes since 2011.

The report covers attitudes towards:

  • congestion
  • road building
  • sustainable travel
  • exhaust fumes, climate change and the effect of car and air travel on the environment
  • speed cameras
  • the use of mobile phones whilst driving

Information on public attitudes to transport statistics, including the related technical documentation are available.

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