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Of those who responded, 72% said they had a good overall experience, down from 83% last year and 82% the year before.
A spokesperson for Ipsos said: “During the pandemic, public attitudes towards the NHS were very positive, and there was some evidence of ‘gratitude bias’ with patients adjusting expectations about care at a time when the NHS was under pressure. However, in the latest results, satisfaction with primary care has fallen significantly.”
The survey contacted 2.5 million people between 10 January and 11 April this year. Just under 720,000 forms were returned, representing a 29% response rate.
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Practices have been ranked according to the percentage of people rating their overall experience as either very bad or fairly bad/very good or fairly good. Some people expressed no opinion either way.
Some health centres are home to more than one practice.
Pallion Primary Care Services, based at Pallion Health Centre, did not return enough respondents to calculate a rating.