Survey of adults in Greater Manchester on behalf of Incisive Health on the priorities for the Greater Manchester Mayor
- Andy Burnham is the most trusted candidate to deal with the NHS in Greater Manchester (41% of respondents chose him, compared to only 15% who chose Sean Anstee, the Conservative mayoral candidate).
- Four in ten (41%) adults in Greater Manchester say improving NHS and social care services is their top priority for the newly elected Mayor.
- More than three-quarters (77%) of voters in Greater Manchester want the new Mayor for the region to oppose any future closure or downgrading of hospital departments, including A&E, even if this leads to cuts in other public services.
Date Published: 02/05/17
Categories: GB | Health | Opinion Formers | Policy Makers | Politics | Public and communities | Voting Intention
Client: Incisive Health
ComRes interviewed 1,002 British adults in Greater Manchester online between 18 and 25 April 2017. Data were weighted by age, gender, socio-economic grade and region of Greater Manchester to be representative of all adults in Greater Manchester aged 18+.