Maatschappelijk draagvlak MVO 1992. Resultaten van een enquete onder de Nederlandse bevolking van 18 jaar en ouder.
C 1629 [electronic version only] /83 /91 / IRRD 860390
Leidschendam, Stichting Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek Verkeersveiligheid SWOV, 1993, 33 + 35 p., 3 ref.; R-93-6
|Samenvatting||This paper presents the results of a nationwide representative survey carried out in October 1992 among the Dutch population aged 18 years and above, in order to assess public support regarding the use of daytime running lights (DRL). The survey entailed a telephone poll amongst 802 respondents, subdivided into: (I) 145 `inveterate' motorists; (II) 441 people who both drive and cycle; and (III) 216 people who mainly cycle. The survey was carried out over a period of one week, prior to commencement of a nationwide information campaign to promote DRL. It is commonly recognised that a car in traffic may not be seen during the day, although this is not always considered or experienced as being dangerous. A clear relationship apparently exists between age, attitude towards, and the use of DRL at present. People aged below 50 years are more likely to be prepared to cooperate, both on a voluntary basis and in the event DRL were made compulsory. About half the respondents representing a greater proportion of cyclists than motorists believed that the government should conduct an active DRL policy. If DRL were made compulsory, 87% of motorists stated they would certainly comply. Over half the respondents believed that further information is essential.|
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