The Ipsos MORI / GfK Exit Poll for BBC News, ITV News and Sky News once again proves accurate.
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.
A consolidated view of Ipsos MORI polling and analysis of the 2017 UK General Election with our key long term social and political trends.
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.
Ipsos MORI's May 2017 Political Monitor shows the Conservatives holding a strong lead despite an improvement for Labour.
The April 2017 Ipsos MORI/Economist Issues Index shows concern over Brexit remaining high with half (48%) mentioning it as one of the most important issues facing Britain.
Theresa May seen as most capable Prime Minister. Brexit is biggest issue for Britons when deciding how to vote, followed by the NHS and education.
The March 2017 Ipsos MORI/Economist Issues Index shows a new record in the proportion who see the EU/Brexit as one of the biggest issues facing Britain.
The public hugely underestimate the scientific consensus on the causes of climate change, and are very mixed in their own views about how far human activity contributes to it.
The February 2017 Ipsos MORI Issues Index reveals that over half of the British public (52%) now see the NHS as one of the biggest issues facing Britain, the highest level of concern since June 2002.