Climate Change Coalition Climate Change Survey

Around a fifth of UK adults say they would be less likely to go on a date (18%), start a relationship (19%) or get married to someone (21%) who does not believe that climate change needs to be tackled.

23% of women say they would be less likely to go on a date with someone who does not believe that climate change should be tackled, with 25% of women saying they would be less likely to start a relationship and 26% saying they would be less likely to marry somebody who doesn't believe climate change should be tackled.

28% of UK adults say they would not vote for the party they intended to vote for at the 2015 General Election if they did not have a strong policy on tackling climate change.

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Date Published
09/02/2015
Client
Climate Change Coalition
Methodology
ComRes interviewed 2,100 UK adults online between the 30th and 2nd February 2015. Data were weighted to be representative of all UK adults aged 18+.

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