Ipsos MORI's Issues Index for August 2018 shows public concern about Britain and Europe remaining at the same record level measured in July. Fifty-seven per cent see European issues as one of the biggest concerns and 44% name it as the single biggest worry, compared with 58% and 45% last month.
Concern about the NHS has fallen by six percentage points since last month to the lowest level of worry recorded this year. However, it is still mentioned by 40% of the British public (including 9% who consider it the biggest single issue), making it the second-biggest issue by a considerable margin. The next-biggest issue is immigration, a concern for 20%.