Brexit and the NHS continue to head the public’s list of the biggest issues facing Britain.
The 2017 edition of the Ipsos Top Cities Index finds that New York is the most popular city worldwide, retaining the title it claimed when the survey was first run in 2013.
Post-election, and in the aftermath of recent terror attacks, concern about defence/terrorism is seen as the third biggest concern among Britons in the June 2017 Ipsos MORI/Economist Issues Index.
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Given that it is such an important issue to the public, it is not surprising that Labour is making the NHS a centrepiece of its election campaign, says Kate Duxbury.
The final Ipsos MORI/Economist Issues Index prior to the General Election shows six in ten (61%) Britons consider the NHS to be one of the biggest issues facing Britain, up 13 percentage points from last month.
The Conservative/Labour divide isn’t dead yet writes Kully Kaur-Ballagan for The Times Red Box.