BEIS proposes energy, climate and fracking opinion poll overhaul

Michael Holder
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Questions on renewables and fracking could be amended in future BEIS surveys
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Questions on renewables and fracking could be amended in future BEIS surveys

BEIS is planning to re-jig public energy and climate change surveys to bring it up to speed with government priorities

Regular UK public opinion surveys on energy, climate change, and fracking carried out by the government could face an overhaul under new proposals launched for consultation today. The government is...

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