Wait what? Yep, this refreshing portrait of self-awareness is brought to you by a recent survey of 1,000 adults across Britain. You might recall from a previous InsightCity article, the UK faces some serious shortfalls in providing for an aging population, not the least of which is a potential GP shortage. The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) and the Health Foundation published a report in which they outline these pressures. Back to the survey. The data show 77% support or strongly support an increase in UK spending on public healthcare by 4% a year over the next 15 years and 82% support a ~4% spending hike for social care. This translates into each UK household “contributing” around £2,000. We’re not sure that figure was disclosed to the survey respondents when they were indicating their “support” for the increase in spending, so there’s that.