This data should be read in conjunction with the full survey report, which provides details about the research design, methodology and data analyses.Cross tabulation of survey data is used to provide a basic examination of the relationship between two or more variables in the survey. The tables in this report present the frequency data for each survey question by a range of demographic and other variables including gender, region, age, education, country of birth, language spoken at home, employment status, household income, home ownership, concern about environmental problems and interaction with nature. The significance of differences between subgroups has been analysed using statistical tests explained in the full survey report.
Who Cares about the Environment? Cross-tabulated survey data 2015
The cross-tabulation analysis of the 2015 Who Cares about the Environment? community survey data.
- 9 May 2017
- Office of Environment and Heritage
- ID OEH20170156