ComRes interviewed 2,013 GB adults online between 12th and 13th February 2014. Data were weighted to be representative of all GB adults aged 18+.
Date Published: 26 Feb 2014
Categories: Health | Public and communities | Social | UK
Public backs Guide Dogs call for driver training
The public have overwhelmingly backed calls for disability awareness training for all bus drivers in Britain.
A survey ComRes for the charity Guide Dogs showed that more than 80% of people support the introduction of driver training as it would improve the experience of disabled bus passengers. This comes as the Government reviews whether bus and coach drivers must have disability awareness training.