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    How many people are worried about...

  • Energy prices

    65%
    -1
  • In March 2018

    65%

    are worried about energy prices

    -1
    lower than March 2017
  • Fuel prices

    66%
    0
  • In March 2018

    66%

    are worried about fuel prices

    0
    higher than March 2017
  • Food prices

    62%
    2
  • In March 2018

    62%

    are worried about food prices

    2
    higher than March 2017
  • Public spending cuts

    67%
    3
  • In March 2018

    67%

    are worried about public spending cuts

    3
    higher than March 2017
  • Future tax levels

    56%
    0
  • In March 2018

    56%

    are worried about future tax levels

    0
    lower than March 2017
  • Mortgage rates

    52%
    4
  • In March 2018

    52%

    are worried about mortgage rates

    4
    higher than March 2017
  • Pension values

    59%
    2
  • In March 2018

    59%

    are worried about the value of their pensions

    2
    higher than March 2017
  • Interest rates on savings

    57%
    -5
  • In March 2018

    57%

    are worried about the interest rate on their savings

    -5
    lower than March 2017
  • Security of savings

    35%
    1
  • In March 2018

    35%

    are worried about the security of their savings

    1
    higher than March 2017
  • Level of household savings and investments

    49%
    2
  • In March 2018

    49%

    are worried about the level of their household savings and investments

    2
    higher than March 2017
  • The exchange rate of the pound

    44%
    -7
  • In March 2018

    44%

    are worried about the exchange rate of the pound

    -7
    lower than March 2017
  • Job loss

    41%
    3
  • In March 2018

    41%

    are worried about losing their job

    3
    higher than March 2017
  • Level of household debt

    42%
    3
  • In March 2018

    42%

    are worried about the level of their household debt, including mortgage and credit card

    3
    higher than March 2017
  • The price of my house falling

    25%
    -1
  • In March 2018

    25%

    are worried about the price of their house falling

    -1
    lower than March 2017
  • Having my home repossessed

    14%
    -1
  • In March 2018

    14%

    are worried about having their home repossessed

    -1
    lower than March 2017
  • The quality of public services

    60%
    1
  • In March 2018

    60%

    are worried about quality of public services

    1
    higher than March 2017
  • Housing Costs

    54%
    5
  • In March 2018

    54%

    are worried about the cost of their housing

    5
    higher than March 2017
  • Brexit

    54%
    4
  • In March 2018

    54%

    are worried about the impact of brexit

    4
    higher than March 2017
  • Consumer Rights

    25%
    1
  • In March 2018

    25%

    are worried about their legal rights and protections when buying goods and services

    1
    higher than March 2017
  • European Travel Freedoms

    35%
    2
  • In March 2018

    35%

    are worried about being able to travel around europe easily

    2
    higher than March 2017
  • Holiday Prices

    41%
    -2
  • In March 2018

    41%

    are worried about the prices of holidays abroad

    -2
    lower than March 2017
  • Mobile Roaming Charges

    28%
    -2
  • In March 2018

    28%

    are worried about mobile roaming charges

    -2
    lower than March 2017
  • Food Safety Standards

    36%
    2
  • In March 2018

    36%

    are worried about food safety standards

    2
    higher than March 2017

* Data are collected via online poll for approximately 2,000 respondents each wave. Results are weighted to be nationally representative.

Main worry

67%

Public spending cuts

The percentage of people who are worried about public spending cuts in March 2018

3%
Compared to March 2017

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