A survey, reported in The Guardian has shown that more than half of people in the UK would install solar panels on their homes, if there was Government support on the cost of installation. 62% said they wanted to fit solar panels and 60% said they would buy an energy storage device. Many have made this decision because they want to break up the energy suppliers market dominance but less than 10% of those surveyed had already installed solar panels.
The survey was commissioned by Client Earth, an environmental law group: https://www.clientearth.org/
The survey also found that solar is the most popular energy source, with coal the least popular. Nuclear energy and gas were almost as unpopular as coal.
Further data and graphs are given in The Guardian article.