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The soundness of the over 65s...

I've just been sent this, and seeing as the research is interesting I am giving the commissioning company a namecheck:


"New research out today from Peverel Retirement shows retirees are likely to be the difference between success and failure for the Tories when the UK goes to the polls on 6 May.

A survey conducted by Opinion Matters on behalf of the UK’s leading property retirement company has found 34% of over 65-year-olds, approximately 3.3 million of the population, say they intend to vote for the Conservatives. This figure significantly exceeds support levels for the two main other parties, with only 14% and 13% of the same age group backing Labour and the Liberal Democrats respectively...The Peverel Retirement report, named Thinking about the Future, also found the most important policy issue to those aged 65-plus was healthcare and the state of the NHS (69%). This was closely followed by pensioner welfare (including fuel benefits) at 67%. However, politicians’ ideas for getting the economy back on track will only have a major influence on 54% of pensioner votes".

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Anonymous Little Englander said... 11:10 am

This retiree wants less whining about elf-care and more emphasis on looking after yer own elf.

Also independence for bonnie Scotland. Imposed on it.  



Anonymous Anonymous said... 10:12 pm

good reports on Labour here by English Democrats

http://www.thelabourlegacy.blogspot.com  



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