Satisfaction level for social care 'remains stubbornly low'

By Michael Burton | 06 April 2020

The satisfaction level for social care ‘remains stubbornly low’ according to a survey into public attitudes to the NHS and care services commissioned by the Nuffield Trust and the King’s Fund.

The annual survey, conducted between July and October last year before the coronavirus, found a big increase in overall satisfaction with the NHS rising to 60%, a rise of 7% after falling for two years.

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