Kuennssburg Piece on BBC website

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  • Laura Kuenssberg: Reshuffle deals drama but voters more worried about wallets
    Rishi Sunak brought back an ex-PM and is defiant on Rwanda - but voters are focused on their wallets, says Laura Kuenssberg.
    www.bbc.co.uk

    A small section from the above link.

    "Research shared with us this week from More in Common, consistent with polling for months and months, shows that making ends meet is by miles at the top of the list - 71% of those asked put it as their highest concern.

    Worries about the NHS was the next priority, but some distance behind at 40%.

    Only 17% named asylum seekers crossing the channel as their biggest worry, behind climate change at 23%."


    Looks like a lot of you on this forum are in a minority.

    Like I said, government is there to serve the people (you know the ones that vote who gets to run the country) and quite clearly what seems to be Rishis priority doesn't align with the majority of the voters in this country.

    Polling
    More in Common are members of the British Polling Council, and regularly conduct nationally representative UK opinion polling, for a range of clients. We offer…
    www.moreincommon.org.uk

    Even a lot of Conservatives want a change.

    When do Britons next want a General Election to be held?
    New polling shows that the idea of a January 2025 election is unpopular with voters. While few Britons feel support an immediate General Election, the majority…
    www.moreincommon.org.uk
  • Looks like a lot of you on this forum are in a minority.

    Like I said, government is there to serve the people (you know the ones that vote who gets to run the country) and quite clearly what seems to be Rishis priority doesn't align with the majority of the voters in this country.

    I wouldn’t put too much stock on a single set of survey results especially when they are generated by More In Common.

    Whilst people will gobshite on here about all sorts in reality self censorship equals self preservation. There are a lot of people who think as we speak on here but they keep quiet and only speak on election day.

    Celebrate it, Anticipate it, Yesterday's faded, Nothing can change it, Life's what you make it

  • Looks like a lot of you on this forum are in a minority.

    Like I said, government is there to serve the people (you know the ones that vote who gets to run the country) and quite clearly what seems to be Rishis priority doesn't align with the majority of the voters in this country.

    Your post say nowt worth while, so immigration is not in the top 3 , whoopy-do. I hate polls, wanna put hot pokers up pollsters arses for pleasure and i want someone with more than one braincell to ascertain the ethnicity, background, political preference and all round evenness of those polled.

    Then if as in a poll of pollsters many years ago they are still predominantly Labour stooges, take their wives out into the town square and let the local ethnics roger them both silly.

    Do unto others as they would do unto you, then plead temporary insanitary 😂. :saint:

  • If the Far Left win the next GE the only time we may be able to voice our individual opinion is when we vote, our freedom of speech to voice our opinion in public has been whittled away bit by bit over the last 40 odd years, now a long list of what you can't say.

    But what goes round comes round , there will be a time when the biters get bitten on the arse by English Lions ^^

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