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The owner of this data collection reserves the right to provide access to the data by negotiation. You could be required to indicate your intended use of the data and to fulfil other terms and conditions as determined by the data owners. Please contact Evonne Miller at e.miller@qut.edu.au for permission to view/re-use this data set.

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This dataset consists of one SPSS (statistical processing package) file which lists the responses from 1273 people who participated in a survey about their perceptions of carbon sequestration.

In 2005, an Australian market research company was commissioned to survey members of an online panel in return for entry into a prize draw, where participants could win up to $2000 worth of gift vouchers. The quantitative survey was performed with the aim of providing a benchmark of current perceptions of a potential greenhouse gas problem and reactions to a possible solution, as well as the attitudes, expectations and fears of specific sub-groups of respondents. The majority of respondents were female (79%) with the mean age of the sample 36.6 years, ranging from 18 to 79 years.

Data time period: 2005 to 2005

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