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The latest Public Opinion of Forestry surveys for the United Kingdom and England, Scotland and Wales were conducted in early 2021 and measure the opinions of respondents to forestry and forestry related issues. Results from the 2021 surveys are published for the first time here, previous releases are also available below.
Detailed data tables:
Coverage: United Kingdom/ England, Scotland and Wales (2021). The survey for Northern Ireland was last run in 2019.
Geographical breakdown: Country
Statistician: Sheila Ward
Contact: Robert Stagg
Tel: 0300 067 5238
Next update: To be confirmed
Information on pre-release access to our official statistics can be found on the pre-release access pages, including lists of the individuals who are given pre-release access to specific publications.
The 2017 report for Wales was revised on 1 August 2017 to correct a minor error in the text accompanying Table 12.
Final Reports: Northern Ireland
Tables in EXCEL format: Northern Ireland
Detailed data tables: Northern Ireland
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