Public Opinion Update on the NHS and Social Care (Health Foundation)

Summary

Public opinion has even greater significance in the context of the June 2017 General Election.

“The Health Foundation commissioned Ipsos MORI to do a survey of the general public in Great Britain on their views about funding of the NHS, as well as the provision of NHS and social care services”.

Topics covered include:

  1. Public spending cuts.
  2. Options to increase NHS spending.
  3. Government-supported NHS.
  4. General standard of social care.
  5. Hospital treatment.
  6. Waste in the NHS.
  7. Brexit.
  8. NHS staff pay increases.
  9. A&E concerns.

Comparisons are made with the results of an earlier Ipsos MORI survey performed in 2015 and NatCen’s British Social Attitudes Survey of 2014 (where applicable).

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Reference

What does the public think about NHS and social care services? Results from an Ipsos MORI poll commissioned by the Health Foundation. London: Health Foundation, May 2017.

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