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LCCI Quarterly Economic Survey, Q1 2017 – Tube Strikes

Survey of London businesses on behalf of the LCCI on tube strikes.

  • Two thirds (67%) of London business decision makers say that in order for a ballot for a tube strike to pass, a judge should have to agree that the strike is reasonable and appropriate.
  • Three quarters (73%) believe that if a ballot for a tube strike passes, the unions involved should be responsible for ensuring enough staff remain to provide a minimum level of service.

Date Published: 26/04/2017

Categories: Business | Economy | Economy | Professionals | Transport | UK

Client: London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI)


ComRes surveyed 504 London business decision makers online between 14th Feb and 2nd March 2017. Data was weighted to be representative of all London businesses by company size and broad industry sector.

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