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Whitehouse Consultancy BBC Survey

Poll of 2,032 British adults about how to fund to BBC, on behalf of The Whitehouse Consultancy.

 

 

Support Oppose Don’t know
Abolishing the licence fee and making the BBC fund itself, even if that means adverts during programmes, reducing the number of original programmes they can produce or scrapping their public service broadcasting duty 52%

(+1)

34%

(NC)

15%

(NC)

The current system of a compulsory licence fee paid by individuals who watch live television 41%

(+1)

41%

(+1)

18%

(-2)

Abolishing the licence fee and introducing a subscription fee paid only by those who want to access the BBC 36%

(NC)

46%

(+2)

18%

(-2)

Abolishing the licence fee and funding the BBC through increased taxes 15%

(-3)

69%

(+5)

17%

(-1)

Base: GB adults (n=2,035). Changes may not sum to zero due to rounding.

Date Published: 24th August 2015

Categories: GB | Media | Public and communities

Client: The Whitehouse Consultancy

Methodology

ComRes interviewed 2,035 British adults online on 12th and 13th August 2015. Data were weighted to be representative of all GB adults aged 18+. ComRes is a member of the British Polling Council and abides by its rules.

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