These nationally representative datasets show people’s attitudes towards their country, how they feel they are adapting to changes in climate and how they use media and information. Scroll down to access our resilience, governance and media data.
The datasets include:
Governance: data from 2012, 2013 and 2015 that tracks how people perceive national and local institutions, the extent to which they participate in civic life and how much they feel they can have a say in how the country is run.
Resilience: data from 2014, 2015 and 2016 that tracks people’s knowledge, attitudes and response to preparing for extreme weather events and adapting to perceived changes in their environment. There is also data from the 2012 Climate Asia survey that shows how Bangladeshis perceive changes in climate; this can be compared with Climate Asia data from other countries.
Media: data from 2016 that shows how people use media and information.
of Bangladeshis said they were worried about environmental issues.
of Bangladeshis said Television is their main source of information for these issues, compared to Radio 20%, Mobile phone (30%) and other media platforms (33%)
of people surveyed in 2015 felt that there were ways for them to question government officials on their decisions and actions compared to 27% in 2012