Official Statistics

Public attitudes tracking survey: wave 12

These documents present the findings from the twelfth quarterly wave of the DECC public attitude tracking survey.

Documents

Wave 12: summary of key findings

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Wave 12: questionnaire

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Wave 12: headline findings

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Wave 12: dataset

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Details

This wave of data was collected between 10 December 2014 and 8 January 2015 using face-to-face in-home interviews with a representative sample of 2,119 households in the UK. The wave 12 questionnaire is essentially the same as that used in wave 11 but with additional questions on renewable heat, as included in the wave 10 survey. Wave 9 was the last annual survey.

Published 3 February 2015