Survey of the public and Future MPs on behalf of the RAC Foundation
Tackling the poor condition of roads and pavements is seen by British adults as the most important transport priority for the next government.
More than half (53%) believe this should be the number one issue for ministers to address after the general election in May. The cost of travelling by train is regarded as the second priority (42%).
Date Published: 01/04/2015
Categories: Policy Makers | Politics | Public and communities | Transport | UK
Client: RAC Foundation
|Future MPs Research||Public Research|
|Sample size||101 Future MPs (50 Incumbent MPs + 51 PPCs very likely to win their seats at the 2015 General Election)||2,040 GB adults|
|Fieldwork dates||28th January – 3rd March||30th January – 2nd February 2015|
|Method||Online and self-completion postal questionnaire||Online|
|Weighting||By party to a seat calculation in the House of Commons, based on the 3 month average of ComRes voting intention polls||Representative of all adults in Great Britain aged 18+|