UK large corporations: Public policy appropriateness index 2012 and 2014

Appropriateness of current policy settings, according to chief financial officers of the largest corporations in the United Kingdom (UK) in 4th quarter 2012 and 3rd quarter 2014, by policy area

by Statista Research Department, last edited Sep 29, 2014
UK large corporations: Public policy appropriateness index 2012 and 2014 This statistic shows the share of chief financial officers of the largest UK companies, reporting that current public policy settings are appropriate for the long term success of businesses in the United Kingdom, by policy area. The share of those in agreement are presented for the fourth quarter of 2012 and the third quarter of 2014. The largest share of respondents agreed monetary policy was appropriate: 97 percent in 2014 and 92 percent in 2012. The biggest change in opinion related to public expenditure policy, which raised in approval between 2012 and 2014 by 31 percent.
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Appropriateness of current policy settings, according to chief financial officers of the largest corporations in the United Kingdom (UK) in 4th quarter 2012 and 3rd quarter 2014, by policy area

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Q4 2012Q3 2014
Monetary policy (including interest rates, inflation and availability of credit)91%97%
Labour market88%94%
Taxation policy75%90%
Public expenditure58%89%
Financial regulations69%82%
Immigration policy60%73%
Urban and town planning65%71%
Education and training69%70%
Energy policy59%64%
Infrastructure58%59%
General levels of regulation affecting business45%58%
Q4 2012Q3 2014
Monetary policy (including interest rates, inflation and availability of credit)91%97%
Labour market88%94%
Taxation policy75%90%
Public expenditure58%89%
Financial regulations69%82%
Immigration policy60%73%
Urban and town planning65%71%
Education and training69%70%
Energy policy59%64%
Infrastructure58%59%
General levels of regulation affecting business45%58%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Sep 29, 2014
This statistic shows the share of chief financial officers of the largest UK companies, reporting that current public policy settings are appropriate for the long term success of businesses in the United Kingdom, by policy area. The share of those in agreement are presented for the fourth quarter of 2012 and the third quarter of 2014. The largest share of respondents agreed monetary policy was appropriate: 97 percent in 2014 and 92 percent in 2012. The biggest change in opinion related to public expenditure policy, which raised in approval between 2012 and 2014 by 31 percent.
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