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  • The majority of respondents ‘agree’ (54%) or ‘strongly agree’ (9%) that the correct actions have been identified in the Statement of Action (63%)
  • Disagreement levels are low with 5% ‘disagreeing’ and 2% ‘strongly disagreeing’ with the Statement of Action
  • The majority of respondents ‘agree’ (54%) or ‘strongly agree’ (6%) that the statement of action correctly identifies and addresses the future needs of the public in terms of usage of the rights of way network (60%)
  • The majority of respondents ‘agree’ (6%) or ‘strongly agree’ (52%) that the statement of action have adequately identified areas of potential improvement
  • The highest proportion of comments are from respondents feeling that there needs to be more information provided on the Rights of Way before they are able to make a judgement on if the Statement of Actions are the right ones (36%)
  • Some respondents feel that focusing on improving right of ways should not be a priority as Portsmouth is already highly pedestrianised and accessible by walking and cycling (18%)

For more information on the Statement of Action please click this Link to be taken to the Draft Rights of Way Improvement Plan.

To what extent do you agree or disagree that the correct actions have been identified by the Statement of Action?

Base: Total sample (490)

This chart shows that:
9% of respondents strongly agree that the current actions have been identified by the Statement of action
54% of respondents agree that the current actions have been identified by the Statement of action
29% of respondents neither agree nor disagree that the current actions have been identified by the Statement of action
5% of respondents disagree that the current actions have been identified by the Statement of action
2% of respondents strongly disagree that the current actions have been identified by the Statement of action

To what extent do you agree or disagree that the Statement of Action adequately identifies and addresses the future needs of the public in terms of usage of the rights of way network?

Base: Total sample (450)

This chart shows that:
6% of respondents strongly agree that the Statement of Action adequately identified and addresses the future needs of the Rights of Way network
54% of respondents agree that the Statement of Action adequately identified and addresses the future needs of the Rights of Way network
28% of respondents neither agree nor disagree that the Statement of Action adequately identified and addresses the future needs of the Rights of Way network
9% of respondents disagree that the Statement of Action adequately identified and addresses the future needs of the Rights of Way network
3% of respondents strongly disagree that the Statement of Action adequately identified and addresses the future needs of the Rights of Way network

To what extent do you agree or disagree that areas of potential improvement have been adequately identified by the Statement of Action?

Base: Total sample (423)

This chart shows that:
6% of respondents strongly agree that the Statement of Action adequately identified areas of future improvement
52% of respondents agree that the Statement of Action adequately identified areas of future improvement
32% of respondents neither agree nor disagree that the Statement of Action adequately identified areas of future improvement
7% of respondents disagree that the Statement of Action adequately identified areas of future improvement
3% of respondents strongly disagree that the Statement of Action adequately identified areas of future improvement