Survey of local councillors in urban areas and the urban public on behalf of Vodafone.
- New research by ComRes for Vodafone UK shows that 67 per cent of urban councillors are not aware of Machine-to-Machine (M2M) technologies and how they can be used to deliver better, more cost efficient public services.
- 77 per cent of people living in urban areas say they would support their council’s decision to invest more in new technology to drive improved public services.
Date Published: 11/06/2015
Categories: Economy | GB | Policy Makers | Public and communities | Technology & Telecoms
ComRes interviewed 1,624 GB adults who live in urban or town and fringe areas online between 11th and 12th March 2015. Data were weighted to be representative of all adults in Great Britain aged 18+ who describe themselves as living in urban areas of more than 10,000 people or in town and fringe areas. ComRes also interviewed 629 GB urban councillors between 2nd December 2014 and 7th January 2015.