Headline results from the June 2010 survey:
-The main issues driving support for a particular political party in the recent election were health care and education. Least important was aid to developing countries.
-There was broad support among survey respondents for the coalition government, although the majority expected this to last for no more than two years.
-The majority of respondents supported the move to fixed-term parliaments and electoral reform.
-The majority of respondents thought that both the financial situation of their household and of the UK economy as a whole had worsened over the last 12 months and would continue to worsen over the next 12 months.
-The majority of respondents were of the view that the main way in which the budget deficit should be addressed was through efficiency savings, such that existing services are provided at lower cost.
-To reduce the reduce the budget deficit, respondents considered spending should be reduced most in broadcasting and aid to developing countries.
-While there is scepticism about the effectiveness of aid to developing countries, many respondents consider the UK to have a moral duty to help the global poor.
For an extended overview of the results as a PDF file click here.