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British social attitudes survey: 2016

Results for the transport questions asked on the 2016 survey for Great Britain, and related trend changes.

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British social attitudes survey: 2016 tables

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British social attitudes survey results for Great Britain.

In 2016:

  • the percentage of respondents that agreed that “speed cameras save lives” was 56%
  • 14% of respondents expressed a strong willingness to walk short journeys less than 2 miles, rather than go by car
  • 50% of respondents agreed that all use of mobile phones while driving, including hands-free phones, is dangerous

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Published 29 August 2017