Survey of British adults on behalf of ECIU on climate change.
- The majority of British adults (64%) recognise that climate change is happening, and that it is primarily due to human activity. This view has steadily become more prevalent since 2014 (57%) and 2015 (59%).
- Almost seven in ten (69%) think that at least a majority of scientists believe climate change is primarily caused by human activities.
- When it comes to effects of climate change, harm to wildlife and nature (80%) and an increase in flooding (73%) are key concerns for the majority of the population.
Date Published: 14/02/2017
Categories: Energy | GB | Public and communities
Client: Energy and Climate Intelligence Unit (ECIU)
ComRes interviewed 2,045 British adults online between the 1st and 2nd February 2017. Data were weighted according to age, gender, region and social grade to be nationally representative of adults aged 18+.