Multinational survey of attitudes towards recycling urine as fertiliser
This data set consists of anonymous survey responses to a standardized survey on attitudes towards recycling human urine as crop fertiliser. The survey was administered online in 2017 and 2018 to university community members from 20 universities in 16 countries, and resulted in 3,763 completed responses. The primary goal was to assess hypothetical willingness to buy and consume food grown with human urine as fertiliser, and the secondary goal was to identify potentially explanatory cross-cultural and country-specific factors. Both raw and cleaned data are provided here, as well as the survey instruments (English original and translated local versions). Data other than open-ended comments in the cleaned sheet (AllData.xlsx) were translated into English where necessary. An index to files and list of variables are given in IndexCodebook.pdf, and the survey methodology and data limitations are described in detail in a forthcoming Data in Brief paper (Barton et al., submitted).