Survey of adults in the West of England city-region on perceptions of the 2017 elections for a mayor in the city-region, on behalf of Centre for Cities
- More than half of adults in the West of England city-region say they were familiar with the plans to introduce a new Mayor.
- The provision of healthcare is identified as the most important priority for politicians by adults in the West of England city-region at the moment.
- Adults in the West of England city-region identify developing plans to build or commission affordable housing, developing plans to invest in rail and road networks within the city-region and creating a city-region strategic plan as the most important priorities of the new Mayor in their first 100 days.
- More than half of adults in the West of England city-region agree that their respective new Mayor should have greater powers than local council leaders.
Date Published: 15/09/2016
Categories: GB | Politics | Public and communities
Client: Centre for Cities
ComRes interviewed 501 adults from the West of England city-region between 1st and 13th September 2016. Respondents were sampled and weighted to be representative by age and gender of adults aged 18+ in the West of England. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.