Shock, horror and self flagellation - we are failing young people in primary school as science is being squeezed out of the curriculum. Here at Coch Towers, we don't automatically disagree with the sentiment of this post - but the stats, that's a different question.
From the graphic: 53% support the claim that "science has become less a priority", but 47% clearly don't. 53% vs 47% - or 6% more. Now, from the CBI web site (here) this survey was actually undertaken by 260 primary teachers. So, this 6% difference corresponds to 15 teachers.
So, out another way: Out of 260 teachers, 15 more said "science has become less a priority" than said either "it hadn't changed or it was more a priority"
Not a glowing endorsement or an overwhelming call to arms.
Cerdyn Coch calls for all infographics like this to have the population size on the chart - after all, 8 out of 10 cats think its a good idea (based on a survey of 7 cats)