Record rise in NHS dissatisfaction levels – survey says
By Nick Triggle
9 February 2016
From the section Health
The biggest ever rise in public dissatisfaction with the NHS was recorded last year, according to a long-running survey.
The British Social Attitudes Survey has been tracking satisfaction since 1983.
The 2015 poll of nearly 2,200 people showed satisfaction with the NHS at 60% – down from a peak of 70% in 2010.
Some 23% said they were actively dissatisfied – a rise of eight percentage points on the year before and the biggest single jump in a year.
Source:: BBC UK