Public attitudes to science 2011: topline

Public attitudes to science 2011: topline
Document type
Survey
Corporate author(s)
Great Britain. Dept. for Business, Innovation and Skills
Publisher
BIS
Date of publication
1 May 2011
Subject(s)
Trends: economic, social and technology trends affecting business
Collection
Business and management
Material type
Reports

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This summary table accompanying the 2011 Public Attitude to Science study compares the findings of the 2011 survey with those of identical surveys conducted in 2008, 2005 and 2000.

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