Majority of UK voters would support tax rises to fund NHS, poll finds
More than six in 10 people would support tax increases to generate more funding for the NHS, according to new research.
The new poll also found that nearly 90 per cent of adults in England, Scotland and Wales believe the health service faces a major or severe financial crisis, a huge rise from 14 per cent in 2014.
Those willing to pay more into the NHS include 61 per cent of the highest earners, according to the highly respected and long-running British Social Attitudes (BSA) survey.
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