Official Statistics

Public Attitudes Tracking survey: Wave 15

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

Documents

Wave 15: Summary of key findings

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Wave 15: Questionnaire

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Wave 15: Headline findings

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Wave 15: Dataset

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Detail

The fifteenth wave of data was collected between 23 September 2015 and 27 September 2015 using face-to-face in-home interviews with a representative sample of 2,121 households in the UK.

In comparison to the previous survey, wave 15 includes new questions on domestic heat, renewable heating systems, as well as questions that have previously featured on energy security, renewable technologies, and geological disposal facilities. Full details of the methodology are provided in the technical note.