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Independent Age Elderly Care Survey

Survey of public opinion of issues relating to elderly care and NHS services

47% of British adults say that the level of service in care services for elderly and disabled people has worsened in the last 12 months

Three in ten British adults (31%) are confident that the UK Government will ensure high standards for the NHS in future

Three quarters of English adults (74%) agree that an independent commission should be set up to review how we should fund and run the NHS and care for elderly and disabled people in England,

86% of English adults agree that people with direct experience of health and care services should be involved in deciding the future of health and social care in England.

Date Published: 9th March 2016

Categories: GB | Health

Client: Independent Age


ComRes interviewed 2,014 adults in Great Britain, 1,754 of whom live in England, online between 24th and 25th February 2016. Data were weighted to be representative of all adults in Great Britain aged 18+.

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