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Summary

  • Almost exactly half of respondents strongly agree that the trial should continue for longer
  • However, opinion is quite polarised with a further 29% strongly disagreeing with the continuation of the trial
  • Around half of respondents at a total sample level ‘strongly agree’ that they would like the school street trial to be permanent (51%).
  • Opinion on permanency is quite polarised with just over a quarter of respondents saying that they ‘strongly disagree’ with the trial becoming permanent (26%)

Agreement on whether the School Streets road closures should continue for a longer period of time (wave 3)

Base: Total sample Wave 3: King’s Academy College Park (166)

This chart shows that for respondents for King’s school:
49% strongly agree, 8% agree, 5% neither agree nor disagree, 8% disagree, and 29% strongly disagree that School Streets road closures should continue for a longer period of time

Agreement on whether the School Streets road closure should become permanent (all waves)

Base: Total sample (357) | Wave 3: King’s Academy College Park (165) | Wave 2: Meon Infant & Junior (91) | St John's (21*) | Wave 1: St Jude's (67) | Bramble Infant School (13*) | *Caution: low base

This chart shows that:
Of the total sample, 51% strongly agree, 10% agree, 7% neither agree nor disagree, 6% disagree, and 26% strongly disagree that the School Streets road closure should become permanent
Of respondents for King’s school, 46% strongly agree, 10% agree, 6% neither agree nor disagree, 4% disagree, and 34% strongly disagree that the School Streets road closure should become permanent
Of respondents for Meon schools, 42% strongly agree, 10% agree, 8% neither agree nor disagree, 11% disagree, and 30% strongly disagree that the School Streets road closure should become permanent
Of respondents for St John’s school, 48% strongly agree, 10% agree, 19% neither agree nor disagree, 14% disagree, and 10% strongly disagree that the School Streets road closure should become permanent
Of respondents for St Jude’s school, 73% strongly agree, 12% agree, 3% neither agree nor disagree, and 12% strongly disagree that the School Streets road closure should become permanent
Of respondents for Bramble school, 77% strongly agree, 15% agree, and 8% neither agree nor disagree that the School Streets road closure should become permanent