Poll: UK going wrong way on economy

Press Association
Wellies
Wellies

Almost three-quarters (73%) of British voters think the country is "moving in the wrong direction" economically, while a huge 93% fear that their children's generation will be worse off, according to an international poll released ahead of next week's G20 summit of leading economies in Mexico.


Voters in the UK were gloomier than people elsewhere in the G20, where an average 58% think their countries' economies are heading in the wrong direction.