Pollinator public perception survey report
In May 2021, a public perception survey was undertaken in Kent to gauge the public’s understanding of pollinators, their importance and the issues that this particular group of insects face. The survey also aimed to determine how people feel about action that could be taken to address the conservation of Kent’s pollinators.
4,655 people from across the county completed the survey and the responses have been analysed.
The survey report presents this analysis, conclusions and recommendations. It notes how the results will be used to help us design ongoing public engagement work in the Plan Bee action plan and also how it will inform the next steps of how we might work towards more widespread adoption of wilder verges and green space management.
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