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Public acceptance of funding the NHS by charging for health services that are currently free in the United Kingdom (UK) as of January 2017
NHS funding: acceptance of charging for currently free services UK January 2017
This statistic shows the public acceptance in the United Kingdom (UK) of funding the NHS by charging for health services that are currently free as of January 2017. From the respondents, 28 percent believed that it was fairly acceptable to fund the NHS by changing some health services from free to paid while 31 percent found it to be completely unacceptable.
Public acceptance of funding the NHS by charging for health services that are currently free in the United Kingdom (UK) as of January 2017
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Source

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Ipsos
Release date

February 2017

Region

United Kingdom

Survey time period

January 26 to January 29, 2017

Number of respondents

1,033 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Method of interview

Computer-assisted telephone interviews (CATI)

Supplementary notes

Original question: To maintain the current level of care and services provided by the NHS, funding for the NHS would have to increase. I am now going to read out some suggestions people have made about how funding could increase. With that in mind, how acceptable or unacceptable do you feel each of the following measures would be ... Charging for some health services that are currently free.

NHS funding: acceptance of charging for currently free services UK January 2017
This statistic shows the public acceptance in the United Kingdom (UK) of funding the NHS by charging for health services that are currently free as of January 2017. From the respondents, 28 percent believed that it was fairly acceptable to fund the NHS by changing some health services from free to paid while 31 percent found it to be completely unacceptable.
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