Public opinion in the post-Brexit era: Economic attitudes in modern Britain
A study of public opinion in the UK post the General Election has found that there is widespread support for Labour’s nationalisation agenda and much less support for free enterprise.
Public opinion in the post-Brexit era - written by the Legatum Institute’s Senior Fellow Matthew Elliott and co-authored with Populus’ James Kanagasooriam - paints an unvarnished picture of what the public think about enterprise, regulation, big business, banks, nationalisation, capitalism and socialism, suggesting that support for capitalism is in crisis.
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