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Loyola Journalism Research Methods Sustainability Survey

Posted by loyolastudentdispatch on January 1, 2013

Loyola Journalism Research Methods Sustainability Survey

1. How aware are you of Loyola’s sustainability efforts
Unaware 5 5%
Slightly aware 24 23%
Moderately aware 47 45%
Very aware 19 18%
Extremely aware 10 10%
People may select more than one checkbox, so percentages may add up to more than 100%.
2. How often do you practice enviromental sustainability?
Never 2 2%
Rarely 18 17%
Occasionally 32 30%
Often 41 39%
Always 11 10%
People may select more than one checkbox, so percentages may add up to more than 100%.
3. What specific actions do you take?
Recycling 82 78%
Reusable water bottle 79 75%
Composting 6 6%
Public transportation 91 87%
Campus shuttle 87 83%
Cycling 20 19%
Walking 86 82%
Conserving electricity 60 57%
Reusable bags 59 56%
Conserving water 43 41%
Other 3 3%
People may select more than one checkbox, so percentages may add up to more than 100%.
4. What’s your stance on Loyola’s ban on the sale of plastic water bottles?
Unaware 5 5%
Neutral 11 10%
Don’t Care 7 7%
Support 60 57%
Oppose 21 20%
People may select more than one checkbox, so percentages may add up to more than 100%.
5. How often do you use reusable water bottles and the water filling stations?
Never 7 7%
Rarely 15 14%
Occasionally 20 19%
Often 26 25%
Always 37 35%
People may select more than one checkbox, so percentages may add up to more than 100%.
6. Are you aware that campus shuttle engines are to remain off until five minutes before departure?
Yes 36 34%
No 69 66%
People may select more than one checkbox, so percentages may add up to more than 100%.
7. How do you feel about the policy?
Neutral 20 19%
Don’t Care 12 11%
Support 68 65%
Oppose 5 5%
People may select more than one checkbox, so percentages may add up to more than 100%.
8. Are you aware that the fuel used for some campus shuttle buses is made from grease used in the dining halls?
Yes 69 66%
No 36 34%
People may select more than one checkbox, so percentages may add up to more than 100%.
9. How important is it to you that Loyola has incorporated sustainability efforts as part of its mission?
Not important 5 5%
Slightly important 12 11%
Moderately important 16 15%
Important 35 33%
Very Important 37 35%
People may select more than one checkbox, so percentages may add up to more than 100%.
10. What is your gender?
Male 40 38%
Female 65 62%
People may select more than one checkbox, so percentages may add up to more than 100%.
11. What year of school are you in?
Freshmen 11 10%
Sophomore 17 16%
Junior 36 34%
Senior 37 35%
Graduate school 4 4%
People may select more than one checkbox, so percentages may add up to more than 100%.
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One Response to “Loyola Journalism Research Methods Sustainability Survey”

  1. [...] survey was conducted in December by students in the School of Communication’s Journalism Research [...]

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