A full report of the results from the 2007 Survey of Attitudes and Behaviours in relation to the Environment is released today. It gives a representative picture of what people in England think, and how they behave, across a range of issues relevant to the environment, including transport and recycling.
The results presented here follow from previous Environmental surveys run by Defra and its predecessors in 1986, 1989, 1993, 1996-7 and 2001. The results for the 2007 survey were produced from data collected from a representative sample of 3,618 individuals in England during spring 2007. The data were collected on behalf of Defra by the British Market Research Bureau (BMRB) during computer assisted interviews.
Download Report (2007) (200 pages; 560KB PDF)