• Why are we waiting in Wansbeck
    During the pandemic, and over the last 75 years, our NHS and its dedicated workers have provided us with the critical health care we need in our daily lives. But right now, the NHS is struggling and could reach breaking point unless we act. According to 38 Degrees research: • 43% of us in Wansbeck have said that we or a family member had experienced difficulty booking an appointment with a local GP in the last year. • 13% of us in Wansbeck are reporting bad or very bad health, up from 8% in 2011 • Nationally the number of people reporting bad or very bad health in Great Britain has DOUBLED since the 2011 census - from 6% to 12% • Up to 2 million people are effectively on an NHS “shadow waiting list”, waiting to be referred for primary care treatment The Government has failed to fix this problem in their backlog plan, and we need that to change. Steve Barclay, as Secretary of State for Health, is responsible for fixing the backlog in England. There's still no meaningful plan to address access to primary care, despite how important this is to the public. We are demanding that Steve Barclay urgently publish and deliver a REAL, properly resourced plan to tackle the backlog in primary care. Until then, we'll all still be waiting. Source: Large-sample research and MRP analysis on the NHS backlog conducted by Survation on behalf of 38 Degrees. Fieldwork was conducted between 8th and 21st of June 2022. Population sampled: 10,079 residents 18+ living in Great Britain.
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  • Why are we waiting in Wakefield
    During the pandemic, and over the last 75 years, our NHS and its dedicated workers have provided us with the critical health care we need in our daily lives. But right now, the NHS is struggling and could reach breaking point unless we act. According to 38 Degrees research: • 48% of us in Wakefield have said that we or a family member had experienced difficulty booking an appointment with a local GP in the last year. • 14% of us in Wakefield are reporting bad or very bad health, up from 6% in 2011 • Nationally the number of people reporting bad or very bad health in Great Britain has DOUBLED since the 2011 census - from 6% to 12% • Up to 2 million people are effectively on an NHS “shadow waiting list”, waiting to be referred for primary care treatment The Government has failed to fix this problem in their backlog plan, and we need that to change. Steve Barclay, as Secretary of State for Health, is responsible for fixing the backlog in England. There's still no meaningful plan to address access to primary care, despite how important this is to the public. We are demanding that Steve Barclay urgently publish and deliver a REAL, properly resourced plan to tackle the backlog in primary care. Until then, we'll all still be waiting. Source: Large-sample research and MRP analysis on the NHS backlog conducted by Survation on behalf of 38 Degrees. Fieldwork was conducted between 8th and 21st of June 2022. Population sampled: 10,079 residents 18+ living in Great Britain.
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  • Why are we waiting in Walsall North
    During the pandemic, and over the last 75 years, our NHS and its dedicated workers have provided us with the critical health care we need in our daily lives. But right now, the NHS is struggling and could reach breaking point unless we act. According to 38 Degrees research: • 56% of us in Walsall North have said that we or a family member had experienced difficulty booking an appointment with a local GP in the last year. • 16% of us in Walsall North are reporting bad or very bad health, up from 8% in 2011 • Nationally the number of people reporting bad or very bad health in Great Britain has DOUBLED since the 2011 census - from 6% to 12% • Up to 2 million people are effectively on an NHS “shadow waiting list”, waiting to be referred for primary care treatment The Government has failed to fix this problem in their backlog plan, and we need that to change. Steve Barclay, as Secretary of State for Health, is responsible for fixing the backlog in England. There's still no meaningful plan to address access to primary care, despite how important this is to the public. We are demanding that Steve Barclay urgently publish and deliver a REAL, properly resourced plan to tackle the backlog in primary care. Until then, we'll all still be waiting. Source: Large-sample research and MRP analysis on the NHS backlog conducted by Survation on behalf of 38 Degrees. Fieldwork was conducted between 8th and 21st of June 2022. Population sampled: 10,079 residents 18+ living in Great Britain.
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  • Why are we waiting in Tunbridge Wells
    During the pandemic, and over the last 75 years, our NHS and its dedicated workers have provided us with the critical health care we need in our daily lives. But right now, the NHS is struggling and could reach breaking point unless we act. According to 38 Degrees research: • 48% of us in Tunbridge Wells have said that we or a family member had experienced difficulty booking an appointment with a local GP in the last year. • 11% of us in Tunbridge Wells are reporting bad or very bad health, up from 4% in 2011 • Nationally the number of people reporting bad or very bad health in Great Britain has DOUBLED since the 2011 census - from 6% to 12% • Up to 2 million people are effectively on an NHS “shadow waiting list”, waiting to be referred for primary care treatment The Government has failed to fix this problem in their backlog plan, and we need that to change. Steve Barclay, as Secretary of State for Health, is responsible for fixing the backlog in England. There's still no meaningful plan to address access to primary care, despite how important this is to the public. We are demanding that Steve Barclay urgently publish and deliver a REAL, properly resourced plan to tackle the backlog in primary care. Until then, we'll all still be waiting. Source: Large-sample research and MRP analysis on the NHS backlog conducted by Survation on behalf of 38 Degrees. Fieldwork was conducted between 8th and 21st of June 2022. Population sampled: 10,079 residents 18+ living in Great Britain.
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  • Why are we waiting in Twickenham
    During the pandemic, and over the last 75 years, our NHS and its dedicated workers have provided us with the critical health care we need in our daily lives. But right now, the NHS is struggling and could reach breaking point unless we act. According to 38 Degrees research: • 50% of us in Twickenham have said that we or a family member had experienced difficulty booking an appointment with a local GP in the last year. • 11% of us in Twickenham are reporting bad or very bad health, up from 3% in 2011 • Nationally the number of people reporting bad or very bad health in Great Britain has DOUBLED since the 2011 census - from 6% to 12% • Up to 2 million people are effectively on an NHS “shadow waiting list”, waiting to be referred for primary care treatment The Government has failed to fix this problem in their backlog plan, and we need that to change. Steve Barclay, as Secretary of State for Health, is responsible for fixing the backlog in England. There's still no meaningful plan to address access to primary care, despite how important this is to the public. We are demanding that Steve Barclay urgently publish and deliver a REAL, properly resourced plan to tackle the backlog in primary care. Until then, we'll all still be waiting. Source: Large-sample research and MRP analysis on the NHS backlog conducted by Survation on behalf of 38 Degrees. Fieldwork was conducted between 8th and 21st of June 2022. Population sampled: 10,079 residents 18+ living in Great Britain.
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  • Why are we waiting in Tottenham
    During the pandemic, and over the last 75 years, our NHS and its dedicated workers have provided us with the critical health care we need in our daily lives. But right now, the NHS is struggling and could reach breaking point unless we act. According to 38 Degrees research: • 46% of us in Tottenham have said that we or a family member had experienced difficulty booking an appointment with a local GP in the last year. • 11% of us in Tottenham are reporting bad or very bad health, up from 7% in 2011 • Nationally the number of people reporting bad or very bad health in Great Britain has DOUBLED since the 2011 census - from 6% to 12% • Up to 2 million people are effectively on an NHS “shadow waiting list”, waiting to be referred for primary care treatment The Government has failed to fix this problem in their backlog plan, and we need that to change. Steve Barclay, as Secretary of State for Health, is responsible for fixing the backlog in England. There's still no meaningful plan to address access to primary care, despite how important this is to the public. We are demanding that Steve Barclay urgently publish and deliver a REAL, properly resourced plan to tackle the backlog in primary care. Until then, we'll all still be waiting. Source: Large-sample research and MRP analysis on the NHS backlog conducted by Survation on behalf of 38 Degrees. Fieldwork was conducted between 8th and 21st of June 2022. Population sampled: 10,079 residents 18+ living in Great Britain.
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  • Why are we waiting in Truro and Falmouth
    During the pandemic, and over the last 75 years, our NHS and its dedicated workers have provided us with the critical health care we need in our daily lives. But right now, the NHS is struggling and could reach breaking point unless we act. According to 38 Degrees research: • 47% of us in Truro and Falmouth have said that we or a family member had experienced difficulty booking an appointment with a local GP in the last year. • 11% of us in Truro and Falmouth are reporting bad or very bad health, up from 5% in 2011 • Nationally the number of people reporting bad or very bad health in Great Britain has DOUBLED since the 2011 census - from 6% to 12% • Up to 2 million people are effectively on an NHS “shadow waiting list”, waiting to be referred for primary care treatment The Government has failed to fix this problem in their backlog plan, and we need that to change. Steve Barclay, as Secretary of State for Health, is responsible for fixing the backlog in England. There's still no meaningful plan to address access to primary care, despite how important this is to the public. We are demanding that Steve Barclay urgently publish and deliver a REAL, properly resourced plan to tackle the backlog in primary care. Until then, we'll all still be waiting. Source: Large-sample research and MRP analysis on the NHS backlog conducted by Survation on behalf of 38 Degrees. Fieldwork was conducted between 8th and 21st of June 2022. Population sampled: 10,079 residents 18+ living in Great Britain.
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  • Why are we waiting in Totnes
    During the pandemic, and over the last 75 years, our NHS and its dedicated workers have provided us with the critical health care we need in our daily lives. But right now, the NHS is struggling and could reach breaking point unless we act. According to 38 Degrees research: • 45% of us in Totnes have said that we or a family member had experienced difficulty booking an appointment with a local GP in the last year. • 12% of us in Totnes are reporting bad or very bad health, up from 6% in 2011 • Nationally the number of people reporting bad or very bad health in Great Britain has DOUBLED since the 2011 census - from 6% to 12% • Up to 2 million people are effectively on an NHS “shadow waiting list”, waiting to be referred for primary care treatment The Government has failed to fix this problem in their backlog plan, and we need that to change. Steve Barclay, as Secretary of State for Health, is responsible for fixing the backlog in England. There's still no meaningful plan to address access to primary care, despite how important this is to the public. We are demanding that Steve Barclay urgently publish and deliver a REAL, properly resourced plan to tackle the backlog in primary care. Until then, we'll all still be waiting. Source: Large-sample research and MRP analysis on the NHS backlog conducted by Survation on behalf of 38 Degrees. Fieldwork was conducted between 8th and 21st of June 2022. Population sampled: 10,079 residents 18+ living in Great Britain.
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  • Why are we waiting in North East Somerset
    During the pandemic, and over the last 75 years, our NHS and its dedicated workers have provided us with the critical health care we need in our daily lives. But right now, the NHS is struggling and could reach breaking point unless we act. According to 38 Degrees research: • 48% of us in North East Somerset have said that we or a family member had experienced difficulty booking an appointment with a local GP in the last year. • 11% of us in North East Somerset are reporting bad or very bad health, up from 4% in 2011 • Nationally the number of people reporting bad or very bad health in Great Britain has DOUBLED since the 2011 census - from 6% to 12% • Up to 2 million people are effectively on an NHS “shadow waiting list”, waiting to be referred for primary care treatment The Government has failed to fix this problem in their backlog plan, and we need that to change. Steve Barclay, as Secretary of State for Health, is responsible for fixing the backlog in England. There's still no meaningful plan to address access to primary care, despite how important this is to the public. We are demanding that Steve Barclay urgently publish and deliver a REAL, properly resourced plan to tackle the backlog in primary care. Until then, we'll all still be waiting. Source: Large-sample research and MRP analysis on the NHS backlog conducted by Survation on behalf of 38 Degrees. Fieldwork was conducted between 8th and 21st of June 2022. Population sampled: 10,079 residents 18+ living in Great Britain.
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  • Why are we waiting in Portsmouth North
    During the pandemic, and over the last 75 years, our NHS and its dedicated workers have provided us with the critical health care we need in our daily lives. But right now, the NHS is struggling and could reach breaking point unless we act. According to 38 Degrees research: • 52% of us in Portsmouth North have said that we or a family member had experienced difficulty booking an appointment with a local GP in the last year. • 11% of us in Portsmouth North are reporting bad or very bad health, up from 5% in 2011 • Nationally the number of people reporting bad or very bad health in Great Britain has DOUBLED since the 2011 census - from 6% to 12% • Up to 2 million people are effectively on an NHS “shadow waiting list”, waiting to be referred for primary care treatment The Government has failed to fix this problem in their backlog plan, and we need that to change. Steve Barclay, as Secretary of State for Health, is responsible for fixing the backlog in England. There's still no meaningful plan to address access to primary care, despite how important this is to the public. We are demanding that Steve Barclay urgently publish and deliver a REAL, properly resourced plan to tackle the backlog in primary care. Until then, we'll all still be waiting. Source: Large-sample research and MRP analysis on the NHS backlog conducted by Survation on behalf of 38 Degrees. Fieldwork was conducted between 8th and 21st of June 2022. Population sampled: 10,079 residents 18+ living in Great Britain.
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  • Why are we waiting in Orpington
    During the pandemic, and over the last 75 years, our NHS and its dedicated workers have provided us with the critical health care we need in our daily lives. But right now, the NHS is struggling and could reach breaking point unless we act. According to 38 Degrees research: • 45% of us in Orpington have said that we or a family member had experienced difficulty booking an appointment with a local GP in the last year. • 9% of us in Orpington are reporting bad or very bad health, up from 4% in 2011 • Nationally the number of people reporting bad or very bad health in Great Britain has DOUBLED since the 2011 census - from 6% to 12% • Up to 2 million people are effectively on an NHS “shadow waiting list”, waiting to be referred for primary care treatment The Government has failed to fix this problem in their backlog plan, and we need that to change. Steve Barclay, as Secretary of State for Health, is responsible for fixing the backlog in England. There's still no meaningful plan to address access to primary care, despite how important this is to the public. We are demanding that Steve Barclay urgently publish and deliver a REAL, properly resourced plan to tackle the backlog in primary care. Until then, we'll all still be waiting. Source: Large-sample research and MRP analysis on the NHS backlog conducted by Survation on behalf of 38 Degrees. Fieldwork was conducted between 8th and 21st of June 2022. Population sampled: 10,079 residents 18+ living in Great Britain.
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  • Why are we waiting in North East Hampshire
    During the pandemic, and over the last 75 years, our NHS and its dedicated workers have provided us with the critical health care we need in our daily lives. But right now, the NHS is struggling and could reach breaking point unless we act. According to 38 Degrees research: • 48% of us in North East Hampshire have said that we or a family member had experienced difficulty booking an appointment with a local GP in the last year. • 8% of us in North East Hampshire are reporting bad or very bad health, up from 3% in 2011 • Nationally the number of people reporting bad or very bad health in Great Britain has DOUBLED since the 2011 census - from 6% to 12% • Up to 2 million people are effectively on an NHS “shadow waiting list”, waiting to be referred for primary care treatment The Government has failed to fix this problem in their backlog plan, and we need that to change. Steve Barclay, as Secretary of State for Health, is responsible for fixing the backlog in England. There's still no meaningful plan to address access to primary care, despite how important this is to the public. We are demanding that Steve Barclay urgently publish and deliver a REAL, properly resourced plan to tackle the backlog in primary care. Until then, we'll all still be waiting. Source: Large-sample research and MRP analysis on the NHS backlog conducted by Survation on behalf of 38 Degrees. Fieldwork was conducted between 8th and 21st of June 2022. Population sampled: 10,079 residents 18+ living in Great Britain.
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