Notes to editors
Are we expecting too much from the NHS? is authored by Helen McKenna (The King’s Fund), with contributions from Emma Spencelayh and Peter Stilwell (the Health Foundation), Mark Dayan (The Nuffield Trust), Elaine Kelly (Institute for Fiscal Studies), and David Buck, Dan Wellings and Leo Ewbank (The King’s Fund).
The briefing draws on new polling commissioned by the Health Foundation for the BBC’s project. The research was conducted on CAPIbus, Ipsos MORI’s weekly face to face survey. 2,083 adults 15+ were Interviewed across the UK between 11th and 29th May 2018 in participant’s homes using a Computer Aided Personal Interviewing (CAPI) methodology. Data have been weighted to age, working status, government office region and social grade within gender, with household tenure and ethnicity according to known population profiles.
For further information or to request an interview, please contact Gemma Umali at The King’s Fund press office on 020 7307 2585 (07584 146 035 if calling out of hours) or firstname.lastname@example.org