British Social Attitudes 2014

Public satisfaction with the NHS and health care

Since 1983, the National Centre for Social Research’s British Social Attitudes survey has asked the public – rather than simply patients – about their views on and feelings towards the NHS and health care issues generally.

British Social Attitudes 2014

The latest survey was carried out between August and September 2014. It presents a picture of the public’s satisfaction with the way the NHS runs and with important parts of its services, such as general practice (GP) services, inpatients and outpatients as well as satisfaction with social care provided by local authorities.