The Health Foundation commissioned Ipsos MORI to carry out a survey with the general public in Great Britain about their views towards funding of the NHS, their opinions and their concerns about the NHS and social care.
- Nearly two thirds (64%) of adults aged 15+ in Britain think that taxes should be increased as a way of funding the NHS
- 88% of people - think that the NHS should be protected from any cuts. This is an increase of 3% points from when this was last asked in March 2015
- Fewer people think that care for the elderly (40%) and defence (12%) should be protected.
- 12 % of people think the standard of NHS care has got better over the last year, 44% of people think it has got worse over the last year
- 14% think it will get better over the next year, almost half (48%) think it will get worse.
- Interviews were carried out on Capibus, Ipsos MORI’s face to face omnibus survey.
- 1,985 GB adults aged 15+ were interviewed between Friday 5th and Monday 15th May 2017 in respondent’s homes using CAPI (Computer Aided Personal Interviewing) methodology.
- Data are weighted to age, region, working status and social grade within gender, as well as household tenure and respondent ethnicity using rim weighting.
Five years on, Brexit – and the forces underlying it - continues to shape public opinion
Five years after Britain voted to leave the European Union, a new report from Ipsos MORI looks at how Britain continues to be divided into distinct groups with divided views about how Brexit is going and on their underlying values.