A report detailing a national study of public perceptions and attitudes to rabbit calicivirus (RCD)-now called rabbit haemorrhagic disease (RHD). Aspects covered in the report include perceptions of the rabbit problem, acceptability of control methods, attitudes to and perceptions of control technologies and RCD, and respondents' positions on the possible introduction of RCD to New Zealand. A comparison of responses to the earlier study in 1994 with those in 1996 is also made.
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