This is a resource for policymakers and civil society practitioners to engage with the findings of the Centre. Here you can access, explore and visualise survey data collected by the CAST Centre through our interactive dashboards and Key Insight summaries. This tool provides a window into our data as it emerges, and will give the means to track and understand changes between and within countries across the Centre’s lifetime.
CAST data available to explore
The portal currently provides access to the first wave of public survey data collected by CAST in 2020, which focuses on the UK, China, Brazil and Sweden. This includes attitudinal perspectives on climate change, policy measures and willingness to make lifestyle changes. A summary of the second wave of survey data, collected in 2021, is available in CAST Briefing 10.
Click on the links below to access the dashboards and see key findings. Currently, the dashboards are best viewed on a computer or tablet screen.
How to use the CAST Data Portal
Using CAST Data Portal infographics and visualisations
We encourage users to download the Data Portal infographics and dashboard visualisations if these are of use to you in your public engagement work.
Links to high-resolution versions of the Data Portal infographics can be found by clicking the buttons below.
To export visuals from the dashboards themselves, use the filters to display the data you require, and then click on the ‘Download’ icon at the bottom right of the dashboard. These can also be shared via social media by using the ‘Share’ icon in the bottom right corner of the dashboard.
Please credit these visual assets as follows:
The Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformations (CAST) (2021). Wave 1 survey findings – public perceptions of climate change, 2020 [online]. Available at: https://cast.ac.uk/cast-data-portal/
If you’d like to share a link to the Data Portal via a QR code, you can access a high-res PNG file by clicking on the image on the right.
Feedback and new data updates
We are keen to ensure that this resource is well adapted to practitioners’ needs for robust public opinion data, and are therefore continuing to collect user feedback with a view to refining future iterations. To provide feedback on how we could adapt the portal to better fit with your organisational/individual needs, please add your comments here.
To stay informed when new datasets are added to the portal, please sign up to the CAST newsletter using the ‘Newsletter’ form at the bottom of the page.
Disclaimer: The CAST Centre provides this data for users of this website to use at their own risks. The data can be used for any legal purpose according to the laws of England and Wales at the discretion of the user. CAST centre is not responsible for any outputs or results produced using the data from this portal, therefore CAST centre is also not liable to the user or to any third party for any kind, form or type of consequential damage or loss caused as a result of the user using data from this website.