Majority of Scots ‘would pay more tax to help NHS’



A majority of Scots would be prepared to pay more tax to help the NHS, a poll has found.
As the health service prepares to celebrate its 70th anniversary, 46 per cent believe standards in the NHS in Scotland have become worse while about a quarter (26 per cent) think they have improved.
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The Sunday Times Scotland survey found that 52 per cent of Scots would be willing to pay more in tax to better fund the health service, with less than a third (29 per cent) opposed to a tax hike and 18 per cent are unsure.
The Panelbase poll... read more

 
24 June 2018 in Politics, Views: 53
Source: Scotsman
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