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  • When asked if the school street was ‘accessible’ since the School Streets trial, 39% of respondents ‘strongly agreed’ that it was
  • A lower percentage of respondents ‘strongly agree’ that the school street is an attractive space to be since the vehicles have been removed (28%)
  • 14% of respondents ‘strongly disagree’ that the school street has become ‘accessible’ and 15% ‘strongly disagree’ that it is an ‘attractive space’
  • Around a quarter of respondents feel neutral about both these statements

Since the vehicles have been removed, the street is accessible e.g. for pushchairs, wheelchairs (all waves)

Base: Total sample (377) | Wave 3: King’s Academy College Park (173) | Wave 2: Meon Infant & Junior (98) | St John’s (22*) | Wave 1: St Jude's (70) | Bramble (14*) | *Caution: low base

This chart shows that:
Of the total sample, 39% strongly agree, 19% agree, 22% neither agree nor disagree, 6% disagree, and 14% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, the street is accessible e.g. for pushchairs, wheelchairs
Of respondents for King’s school, 35% strongly agree, 19% agree, 21% neither agree nor disagree, 7% disagree, and 19% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, the street is accessible e.g. for pushchairs, wheelchairs
Of respondents for Meon schools, 35% strongly agree, 12% agree, 29% neither agree nor disagree, 11% disagree, and 13% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, the street is accessible e.g. for pushchairs, wheelchairs
Of respondents for St John’s school, 27% strongly agree, 32% agree, 32% neither agree nor disagree, and 9% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, the street is accessible e.g. for pushchairs, wheelchairs
Of respondents for St Jude’s school, 57% strongly agree, 20% agree, 14% neither agree nor disagree, 1% disagree, and 7% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, the street is accessible e.g. for pushchairs, wheelchairs
Of respondents for Bramble school, 50% strongly agree, 36% agree, and 14% neither agree nor disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, the street is accessible e.g. for pushchairs, wheelchairs

Since the vehicles have been removed, the street is an attractive space to be in (all waves)

Base: Total sample (377) | Wave 3: King’s Academy College Park (173) | Wave 2: Meon Infant & Junior (98) | St John's (22*) | Wave 1: St Jude's (70) | Bramble (14*) | *Caution: low base

This chart shows that:
Of the total sample, 28% strongly agree, 20% agree, 26% neither agree nor disagree, 11% disagree, and 15% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, the street is an attractive space to be in
Of respondents for King’s school, 22% strongly agree, 20% agree, 29% neither agree nor disagree, 9% disagree, and 20% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, the street is an attractive space to be in
Of respondents for Meon schools, 29% strongly agree, 19% agree, 20% neither agree nor disagree, 17% disagree, and 14% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, the street is an attractive space to be in
Of respondents for St John’s school, 49% strongly agree, 19% agree, 20% neither agree nor disagree, 6% disagree, and 7% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, the street is an attractive space to be in
Of respondents for Bramble school, 7% strongly agree, 50% agree, 36% neither agree nor disagree, and 7% disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, the street is an attractive space to be in