EXCLUSIVE: What I'd Tell Rishi Sunak
New polling on what the British people REALLY think
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After last week’s bombshell news that the rate of net migration into Britain has now soared to record highs, I undertook some unique polling to see what ordinary people really think about it.
Working with Migration Watch, my firm People Polling surveyed a large, nationally representative sample of 1,654 British adults, asking them a range of questions about an issue which will have an enormous impact on the election next year.
So, exclusively for our paid supporters, who I know for a fact include people in Number 10 Downing Street who advise prime minister Rishi Sunak, here is what ordinary people out there really think about migration along with one specific idea for addressing their rising concerns about how it is changing Britain.