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  • At a total sample level, exactly half of respondents with a child attending the school ‘strongly agree’ that they feel their children are safer when walking along the school street with an adult. However, there is a variance in scores across the different schools which ranges from 30% to 91%
  • Levels of agreement with this statement are lower when children are travelling along the street without an adult, decreasing to 29% of respondents ‘strongly agreeing’ (total sample)
  • Almost half of residents and teachers ‘strongly agree’ that street safety is higher for children ‘with an adult’ (47%). ‘Without an adult’ this decreases to 38%.
  • For agreement of those without children at the school, response rates by individual school were too low to report on individually (all below 30 responses)

"Since the vehicles have been removed, I feel that my child(ren) are safer when walking, cycling, or scooting along the street with an adult" (those with children at school)

Base: Respondents with children: With an adult: Total sample (321) | King’s Academy College Park (144) | Meon Infant & Junior (80) | St John’s (20*) | St Jude's (66) | Bramble (11*) | *Caution: low base

This chart shows that for respondents with a child(ren) attending the school:
Of the total sample, 50% strongly agree, 13% agree, 12% neither agree nor disagree, 12% disagree, and 13% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, they feel that their children are safer when walking, cycling, or scooting along the street with an adult
Of respondents for King’s school, 47% strongly agree, 13% agree, 8% neither agree nor disagree, 14% disagree, and 18% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, they feel that their children are safer when walking, cycling, or scooting along the street with an adult
Of respondents for Meon schools, 41% strongly agree, 11% agree, 20% neither agree nor disagree, 16% disagree, and 11% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, they feel that their children are safer when walking, cycling, or scooting along the street with an adult
Of respondents for St John’s school, 30% strongly agree, 20% agree, 35% neither agree nor disagree, 10% disagree, and 5% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, they feel that their children are safer when walking, cycling, or scooting along the street with an adult
Of respondents for St Jude’s school, 67% strongly agree, 17% agree, 3% neither agree nor disagree, 6% disagree, and 8% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, they feel that their children are safer when walking, cycling, or scooting along the street with an adult
Of respondents for Bramble school, 91% strongly agree, and 9% agree that since the vehicles have been removed, they feel that their children are safer when walking, cycling, or scooting along the street with an adult

"Since the vehicles have been removed, I feel that my child(ren) are safer when walking, cycling, or scooting along the street without an adult" (those with children at school)

Base: Respondents with children: Without an adult: Total sample (315) | King’s Academy College Park (144) | Meon Infant & Junior (76) | St John’s (19*) | St Jude's (65) | Bramble (11*) | *Caution: low base

This chart shows that for respondents with a child(ren) attending the school:
Of the total sample, 29% strongly agree, 17% agree, 20% neither agree nor disagree, 15% disagree, and 19% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, they feel that their children are safer when walking, cycling, or scooting along the street without an adult
Of respondents for King’s school, 30% strongly agree, 14% agree, 19% neither agree nor disagree, 13% disagree, and 25% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, they feel that their children are safer when walking, cycling, or scooting along the street without an adult
Of respondents for Meon schools, 36% strongly agree, 12% agree, 22% neither agree nor disagree, 12% disagree, and 18% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, they feel that their children are safer when walking, cycling, or scooting along the street without an adult
Of respondents for St John’s school, 26% strongly agree, 16% agree, 37% neither agree nor disagree, 16% disagree, and 5% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, they feel that their children are safer when walking, cycling, or scooting along the street without an adult
Of respondents for St Jude’s school, 17% strongly agree, 28% agree, 17% neither agree nor disagree, 23% disagree, and 15% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, they feel that their children are safer when walking, cycling, or scooting along the street without an adult
Of respondents for Bramble school, 45% strongly agree, 18% agree, 18% neither agree nor disagree, and 18% disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, they feel that their children are safer when walking, cycling, or scooting along the street without an adult

"Since the vehicles have been removed, I feel it is safer for children to walk, cycle or scoot/ skate along the street…" (those without children at school)

Base: Respondents without children at school: Total sample: With an adult (59) | Without an adult: (60)

This chart shows that for respondents without children at the school:
47% strongly agree, 10% agree, 20% neither agree nor disagree, 7% disagree, and 15% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, they feel it is safer for children to walk, cycle, or scoot/skate along the street with an adult
38% strongly agree, 10% agree, 22% neither agree nor disagree, 12% disagree, and 18% strongly disagree that since the vehicles have been removed, they feel it is safer for children to walk, cycle, or scoot/skate along the street without an adult