Just weeks after a damning survey revealed that less than a quarter of people are still satisfied with the NHS, a new poll has found that just more than a third think people should pay for some services.

Byline Times previously reported how public satisfaction with the NHS and social care had plummeted, according to a survey by The King’s Fund and the Nuffield Trust – with just 13% of people questioned thinking it was acceptable.

A poll by Omnisis/WeThink for Byline Times recently asked participants if the NHS should be free at the point of use or if there should be charges for some services. A striking 31% of respondents said they believe there should be charges, with 69% saying that it should remain free.

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