Not since 2004, when the Hansard Society launched its annual surveys, the british had lower confidence in the political system in the country.
Every other britt who participated in the survey agree with the statement that the major political parties and its politicians ”do not care about people like them”.
consider only 25 percent to the country's politicians have handled the issue well – and then was still, the interviews in november and december last year, before last month's jumble in the british parliament.
at the same time, it appears that a lot of voters be prepared to accept an authoritarian leader who does not respect the laws and political traditions to the Uk from the democratic styresätt is based on.
in the statement that ”the Uk needs a strong leader who can break the rules”. Only 24 per cent said no.
42 percent believe that national problems can be solved more efficiently ”if the government does not need to worry so much to gather votes in parliament”.
the Survey is based on more than 1,000 interviews made face-to-face with a representative sample of voters.