The Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) commissioned Ipsos MORI to survey people’s attitudes towards saving for their retirement, and how much they feel they would need to live comfortably during retirement. More information about workplace pensions is available at http://www.workplacepensions.gov.uk
The survey findings provide insights into how people feel about saving for their retirement and their attitudes towards Workplace pensions.
- In total, 962 adults aged 22-Spa were interviewed in-home, face-to-face, from 25 August to 6 September 2017, of which 712 were employees earning over £9,500
- Data have been weighted to be representative of the national population profile of Great British employees aged 22 to State Pension age.
Is there a real threat of a finance sector “Brexodus”?
Will the Banking & Finance Sector exit Britain post-Brexit, and what would be the consequences?
Ipsos MORI’s latest research among MPs, Business Journalists and the General Public provides warning signals in terms of perceived likelihood of the financial sector moving from the UK to the EU, and highlights the serious consequences for any banks relocating abroad.