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Whether the NHS should charge for some services
All NHS services should be free to everybody at the point of use 61%  
The NHS should charge for some services (GP appointments, for example), though some groups should be exempt from charges 33%  
The NHS should charge for some services (GP appointments, for example), with no exemptions 6%  
Unweighted bases 2281%  
Weighted bases 2277%  

 

If the NHS needed more money, which of the following do you think you would be prepared to accept?
Pay more through income tax 36%   
Pay a £10 monthly membership charge (with some exemptions e.g. children, pregnant women, retired people) 29%   
Place restrictions on access to more expensive treatments 18%   
Increase taxes on alcohol, tobacco and sugary foods 58%   
Charges, such as £10 for each visit to a GP or local A&E department (with some exemptions e.g. children, pregnant women, retired people) 28%   
End exemptions from current charges (e.g. prescription charges for children, pregnant women, retired people) 9%   
None of these; the NHS needs to live within its budget 12%   
Unweighted bases 2290%   
Weighted bases 2290%