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DECC Household Bills Survey

Survey of the British public on behalf of DECC on the topic of energy bills

  • Only 6% of the general public think they could save £200 or more by switching their energy supplier – on average people think they could save £83.
  • Overall, 77% of Britons say they are personally responsible for their household energy bill. This translates to 53% of men, and 47% of women.
  • The mean average amount that British adults think they could save per year on their energy bill by switching supplier is £83.12. On average, women think it is possible to save more than men do (£90.91 vs £76.91).

Date Published: 09/10/2015

Categories: Consumer | Energy | GB | Public and communities

Client: Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC)


ComRes interviewed 2,004 GB adults online between the 18th and 20th September 2015. Data were weighted to be representative of all GB adults aged 18+.

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