Reducing the number of childhood accidents and injuries in the United Kingdom 2015

This statistic presents opinions of British men and women in the United Kingdom regarding the Government's prioritisation of reducing the number of accidents, injuries and poisonings among children, as of February 2015. In this period, 27 percent of individuals interviewed thought that reducing childhood accidents and injuries should be a low priority for the government.

How much of a priority, if at all, do you think reducing the number of childhood accidents and injuries in the UK should be for the Government?

Share of respondents
A high priority 59%
A low priority 27%
Not a priority at all 6%
Don't know8%
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Source

Release date

March 2015

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

February 13th to February 15th, 2015.

Number of respondents

2,118 respondents

Age group

18 years and over

Method of interview

Online interview

Supplementary notes

The exact formulation of the question: "How much of a priority, if at all, do you think the following areas of child health in the UK should be for the Government: Reducing the number of accidents, injuries and poisonings among children and young people."

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