Figure 4: Change in percentage of respondents in different population groups who are ‘very’ or ‘quite’ satisfied with the NHS, 2018-2019


Published: 03/04/2020


Question asked: ‘All in all, how satisfied or dissatisfied would you say you are with the way in which the National Health Service runs nowadays?’
‘◆’ denotes difference is statistically significant at 5% level. While some changes in satisfaction may be large, given the size of the group in the sample and other characteristics of the spread of satisfaction levels, for example, changes may not be statistically significant.
* denotes low base sizes, so the results should be viewed with caution. 
2019: Black n=99; Mixed/other n=76; 2018: Black n=91; Mixed/other n=56
** The question on the Brexit vote was asked of a random third of the sample. 


The King’s Fund and Nuffield Trust analysis of NatCen Social Research’s BSA survey data