Survey shows public support for NHS tax rise

Pharma Times

5 July 2018 - The vast majority of the public would be willing to accept tax increases to secure significant improvements in the NHS, finds a new poll by Ipos Mori commissioned by the NHS Confederation.

Some 84 percent of 1,004 adults surveyed across England, Scotland and Wales said they would pay more tax if the NHS’ level of service ‘improved a great deal’, compared with 75% who would be willing to pay more tax for slightly improved services.

Even 61% said they would be willing to pay more if it meant that services would remain at current levels.

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