MediaGuardian: Lack of public support for BBC’s licence fee, suggest poll

An Ipsos Mori poll conducted by MediaGuardian suggests that 37 per cent of the public do not feel the licence fee is an ‘appropriate’ funding structure and 47 per cent do not think it is ‘good value for money’.

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  1. brian obey

    I am in total support of a licence fee and believe it is fantastic value ….appx 3pd a week for amazing content of programmes both on radio and TV, which in a household is of course shared…ie 4 people net cost 78p…It is available in your home in your car and on the internet, a truly briliant informative, entertaining and educational institution… I would happily pay 200 pds a year, as my life and that of many others would be poorer without it…
    Many many people who live alone ,are incapacitated ,aged
    gain massive enjoyment succour from the BBC ,I would be happy to start a Support thr BBc licence fee with a generous starting cash donation, which I am sure would be
    matched by many others of similar views, let the meanies,political cynics pay their miserable fee, we’ll pay
    a bit more.
    brianaobey@hotmail.com

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