UK election manifestos: comparison of PSND as share of national income 2014-2031

Public sector net debt as a percentage of national income in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2014/2015 to 2030/2031 according to the election manifestos of the four main parties

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 23, 2015
UK election manifestos: comparison of PSND as share of national income 2014-2031 This statistic shows the public sector net debt as a percentage of national income in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2014/2015 to 2030/2031 according to the election manifestos of the four main parties. According to the Conservatives' plans, PSND will decrease down to 52 percent of national income, while Labour, Liberal Democrats and SNP manifestos anticipate a decrease to between 60 and 70 percent of national income by 2031.
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Public sector net debt as a percentage of national income in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2014/2015 to 2030/2031 according to the election manifestos of the four main parties

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YearConservativesLabourLiberal DemocratsSNP
'14-'15 80.4%80.4%80.4%80.4%
'15-'16 80.2%80.2%80.2%80.2%
'16-'17 79.8%80.4%80%80.6%
'17-'18 77.8%79.8%78.4%80.4%
'18-'19 74.8%78.3%76.7%79.5%
'19-'20 71.7%76.7%74.7%77.7%
'20-'21 69%76%73%77%
'21-'22 67%74%72%75%
'22-'23 65%73%71%74%
'23-'24 63%72%70%73%
'24-'25 61%72%69%73%
'25-'26 60%71%68%72%
'26-'27 58%70%67%71%
'27-'28 56%69%66%70%
'28-'29 54%68%64%69%
'29-'30 54%68%64%69%
'30-'3152%67%63%67%
YearConservativesLabourLiberal DemocratsSNP
'14-'15 80.4%80.4%80.4%80.4%
'15-'16 80.2%80.2%80.2%80.2%
'16-'17 79.8%80.4%80%80.6%
'17-'18 77.8%79.8%78.4%80.4%
'18-'19 74.8%78.3%76.7%79.5%
'19-'20 71.7%76.7%74.7%77.7%
'20-'21 69%76%73%77%
'21-'22 67%74%72%75%
'22-'23 65%73%71%74%
'23-'24 63%72%70%73%
'24-'25 61%72%69%73%
'25-'26 60%71%68%72%
'26-'27 58%70%67%71%
'27-'28 56%69%66%70%
'28-'29 54%68%64%69%
'29-'30 54%68%64%69%
'30-'3152%67%63%67%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 23, 2015
This statistic shows the public sector net debt as a percentage of national income in the United Kingdom (UK) from 2014/2015 to 2030/2031 according to the election manifestos of the four main parties. According to the Conservatives' plans, PSND will decrease down to 52 percent of national income, while Labour, Liberal Democrats and SNP manifestos anticipate a decrease to between 60 and 70 percent of national income by 2031.
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