Around a fifth of UK adults say they would be less likely to go on a date (18%), start a relationship (19%) or get married to someone (21%) who does not believe that climate change needs to be tackled.
23% of women say they would be less likely to go on a date with someone who does not believe that climate change should be tackled, with 25% of women saying they would be less likely to start a relationship and 26% saying they would be less likely to marry somebody who doesn’t believe climate change should be tackled.
28% of UK adults say they would not vote for the party they intended to vote for at the 2015 General Election if they did not have a strong policy on tackling climate change.
Date Published: 09/02/2015
Categories: Energy | Politics | Public and communities | Social | UK
Client: Climate Change Coalition
ComRes interviewed 2,100 UK adults online between the 30th and 2nd February 2015. Data were weighted to be representative of all UK adults aged 18+.