Annual London Survey

Each year we commission a survey of ordinary Londoners on their opinions of key issues including crime, the environment and transport. The topline results of the 2011 survey have now been published.

Annual London Survey

The London Survey is a major annual opinion survey of Londoners, commissioned by the Mayor and the Greater London Authority. BMG Research were commissioned to carry out the 2011 Annual London Survey. Over the past ten years the Annual London Survey has been undertaken to deliver evidence on the attitudes and opinions of Londoners of a wide range of issues, including safety, policing, the environment and transport.

Following his election in May 2008, the Mayor of London wished to gauge the opinions and priorities of Londoners in the development of new policies and strategies for the capital via a new annual survey. The purpose of this survey is to inform policy making and the setting of strategic priorities.

Annual London Survey 2011

Read about the Annual London Survey 2011 - the full report and the topline results are available.

You can also read the Annual London Survey 2010.

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