How have public attitudes to the NHS changed over the past three decades?

The British Social Attitudes (BSA) survey began in 1983 and through this the British public has shared its views on the NHS, this covers almost half of the NHS’s 70-year history. The Kings Fund has published a piece looking at how attitudes have changed over this time period. On the whole, the belief that the NHS should be available to all and free at the point of use has remained the same. However, there has been some differences in how satisfied the public are with the NHS over the same period.

To read the piece in full please go to :https://www.kingsfund.org.uk/publications/how-have-public-attitudes-to-nhs-changed

 

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