Government has wrong idea say readers

By Chris Betteley   |   Reporter   |
Wednesday 4th May 2022 4:15 pm
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The overwhelming majority of Gazette readers surveyed say the current government does not have the right policies or ideas to get the country through the cost-of-living crisis.

Followers on the Gazette’s Twitter account (@RossGazette) were asked the question last week, with a whopping 78.3 per cent of participants saying that the current government’s policies and ideas would not effectively ease the cost-of-living crisis experienced by millions of people in the UK.

Only 4.3 per cent of participants said that they believed the government had the right policies in place with 17.4 per cent of people saying they don’t know.

This is broadly in-line with national trends. In a survey conducted by YouGov, 71 per cent of people nationwide said that the government did not have the right ideas and policies, with 18 per cent of people saying it does. Eleven per cent of people nationwide answered “don’t know”.

The Conservative government doesn’t even have the confidence of its own voters with 52 percent of Conservatives surveyed saying they don’t have faith in the government’s plan.

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