Survey of GB public’s opinions on Britain’s future after Brexit and other questions relating to current affairs.
- Overall, GB adults are more likely to be optimistic than pessimistic about Britain’s future after Brexit (45% vs. 36%).
- Two in five (43%) GB adults support scrapping HS2.
- Seven in ten (70%) of those aged over 55 support tax rises to fund elderly/social care, compared to two in five (43%) of those aged 18-34.
- While four in five (82%) GB adults feel safe in their local community, only one in five (19%) say they feel very safe.
- Two in five (43%) GB adults say the Queen is the best representative for the UK on the world stage, compared to only one in ten (9%) who say Boris Johnson.
- GB adults are evenly split on whether they feel more “thriving” (51%) or “overwhelmed” (49%) when thinking about their current outlook on life.
Date Published: 08/02/2020
Categories: GB | Politics | Public and communities | Social
Client: Daily Express
Savanta ComRes interviewed 2,034 British adults online from the 5th – 6th February 2020. Data were weighted to be demographically representative of all GB adults, by key demographics including age, gender, region and social grade. Savanta ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.