The "high tax" poll that really shows people want lower spending

November 25, 2009 10:54 AM

I've posted an analysis on CentreRight of a new poll by Ipsos MORI out today that headlines on the idea that the public aren't convinced of the need for lower public spending. Interestingly, when you actually look at the full findings of the new poll, it shows that people are enthusiastic for strong spending cuts, suggesting that the headline findings have been generated by some poorly drafted questions. You can read my full analysis here.

I've posted an analysis on CentreRight of a new poll by Ipsos MORI out today that headlines on the idea that the public aren't convinced of the need for lower public spending. Interestingly, when you actually look at the full findings of the new poll, it shows that people are enthusiastic for strong spending cuts, suggesting that the headline findings have been generated by some poorly drafted questions. You can read my full analysis here.

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