Isabel Hardman Isabel Hardman

Are we falling out of love with the NHS?

Satisfaction has fallen sharply

Clap for carers now feels like ancient history. Public satisfaction with the NHS is at its lowest since 1997, according to a new study out today. The British Social Attitudes Survey finds overall satisfaction with the health service at just 36 per cent, a record-breaking fall of 17 points since 2020.

People often relate to the health service through GPs and their experience of A&E.

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