The Scottish Nature Omnibus survey was first commissioned in 2009 to help NatureScot evaluate the impact of our public-facing communications. The survey, which now runs every other year, is based on interviews with a representative sample of around 1,000 adults living in Scotland. It explores the general public’s views on a range of issues including wildlife, biodiversity loss, National Nature Reserves, Marine Protected Areas and taking positive action for nature. The 2017 report presents the latest survey findings alongside those from previous waves of research.
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