Atttitudes Survey to transport

The British Social Attitudes survey is a representative household survey of adults aged 18 and over, which collects data on public attitudes towards a range of topics through a combination of face-to-face interviews and self-completion questionnaires. The recent one looked at attitudes to transport.

Key findings:

-Seventy-one per cent of respondents favoured speed limits of twenty miles per hour in residential streets

-Eighty-five per cent of respondents agreed that those who have drunk any alcohol should not drive

-Forty-nine per cent of respondents agreed that speed cameras save lives and 90 per cent agreed that people should drive within the speed limit.

For full survey go to


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