Survey of the British public and MPs on behalf of the UK Chamber of Shipping on their awareness towards the role different modes of transport have to play in exports and imports in the UK.
MPs and the British public are broadly in line with their views on how freight from abroad is brought into and exported from the UK, with more than four in five (87% and 84% respectively) of each group reporting that ships is the mode of transport which carries the largest proportion.
Date Published: 03/05/2017
Categories: Economy | Economy | Infrastructure | Policy Makers | Politics | Public and communities | UK
Client: The UK Chamber of Shipping
ComRes interviewed 2026 members of the British public aged 18+ online between 15th and 16th March 2017. Data were weighted to be representative of the British public by age, gender, region and socio-economic grade.
ComRes interviewed 127 MPs by online and paper self-completion survey between 9th February and 24th April 2017. Data were weighted to be representative of Parliament by party and region.