Public Accepts Need for Spending Cuts

Ipsos Mori have been tracking the public’s attitude towards spending cuts. Looks like this is another argument the deficit deniers are losing. When asked did they agree that “There is a real need to cut spending on public services in order to pay off the very high national debt we now have” the response was resoundingly in favour:

Some on the Labour left are basically advocating that the party collectively sticks its fingers in its ears on the deficit and then its head in the sand as well on cuts for good measure. The next Labour leader will need to rethink his deficit denial if Labour wants to be seen as credible on the economy…




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