|Support||Oppose||Don't know||Net support|
|11 June 1987||%||43||39||18||+4|
|19 October 1987||%||37||49||14||-12|
|29-30 December 1987||%||23||65||12||-42|
|17-18 March 1988*||%||22||60||18||-38|
|3-6 June 1988||%||31||61||8||-30|
|16-17 March 1989||%||23||69||8||-46|
|23-24 November 1989||%||25||68||7||-43|
|30 December 1989-3 January 1990||%||25||68||7||-43|
Base: c. 1,000 GB adults aged 18+ in each survey * Q wording March 1988: "Q. Do you support or oppose the government's proposal to replace the current system of domestic rates with a fixed charge paid by people in each household aged over 18, known as the 'Community Charge' or 'Poll Tax'?"Q (March) On the whole would you say you approve or disapprove of the community charge or poll tax? Q (April) As you may know, the government has recently replaced the system of local rates with a community charge or poll tax paid by every adult in each household. On balance do you approve or disapprove of this charge?
|Approve||Disapprove||Don't know||Net approve|
|3-5 March 1990||%||19||76||5||-57|
|19-24 April 1990||%||23||73||4||-50|
Base: c. 1,000 GB adults aged 18+ in each surveyQ The government is reviewing the Community Charge or Poll Tax. Which of these three options would you most like to see for raising finance for Local Government spending?
|8 March 1991|
|Keep the community charge/poll tax as it is now||9|
|Have a charge based only on the value of people's homes||52|
|Have a charge based partly on the value of people's homes plus a flat rate (e.g. £100) per adult living there||31|
Base: c. 1,000 GB adults aged 18+
Ipsos MORI Political Monitor – Rishi Sunak has highest satisfaction ratings for a Chancellor since Denis Healey in 1978
Chancellor Rishi Sunak earns the highest job satisfaction ratings among the public since Labour's Dennis Healey in 1978 with a majority of Labour supporters (59%) also satisfied with him.