The Scottish Nature Omnibus survey (SNO) is a survey of the adult population in Scotland which now runs on a biennial basis. It was first commissioned by NatureScot in 2009 to measure the extent to which the general public is engaged with NatureScot and its work.
Scottish Nature Omnibus - summaries - Public perception of wildlife and wildlife management in Scotland - August 2019
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