Skip to comments.Britain turns to conservative values as recession bites
Posted on 12/07/2011 12:49:57 PM PST by Mitch86
We want the State to stay out of our lives and sympathy for benefit claimants has evaporated
More than half of us - 54% - think unemployment benefits are too high up from 35% in 1983
Workshy parents are to blame for child poverty, say 63% Rise of climate change scepticism: 37% say environment threat has been exaggerated - up from 24% a decade ago
Just 29% think same-sex relationships are wrong - down from 46% in 2000
Only 31% want tax rises to pay for health and education, while it was 63% of us in 2002
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On the one hand I don’t want all of the misery an imploded economy will cause in our country. On the other hand I believe that only a completely failed economy will drive people back to the Lord and other basic American values.
It is often said that without the votes from Scotland and Wales, England would always return a Tory government
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