Friday, 28 October 2016

Poll Shows Britons Support Action On Infrastructure

Ahead of the Autumn Statement, Ipsos MORI launch a new global Infrastructure study that finds the majority of the public think that Britain is not currently doing enough to meet the country’s infrastructure needs.  Some 60% of Britons agree that we are not doing enough as a country to meet our infrastructure needs and 76% are of the view that investment in infrastructure is vital to future economic growth.
·         Majority of Britons think we are not doing enough to meet infrastructure needs and 44% would back Government borrowing to meet those needs
·         Of all G8 countries, new housing supply rated worst in Britain
·         New housing supply is among public’s top priorities in Britain, along with rail and flood defences

Read more on the Ipsos Mori website.

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