Official Statistics

Public Attitudes Tracking survey: Wave 14

Findings from the fourteenth quarterly wave of the DECC Public Attitudes Tracking survey.

Documents

Wave 14: summary of key findings

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Wave 14: questionnaire

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Wave 14: headline findings

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Wave 14: dataset

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Details

The fourteenth wave of quarterly data of DECC’s Public Attitudes Tracking survey was collected between 24 and 28 June 2015 using face-to-face in-home interviews with a representative sample of 2,118 households in the UK.

In comparison to the previous survey (the recent annual wave), wave 14 covers a reduced question set. Full details of the methodology are provided in the technical note.

Published 4 August 2015