Author: David Mercer


Publication Date: Dec 20 2016


Pages: 18


Report Type: ConsumerMetrix Bulletin



 Consumer Surveys

Attitudes Towards BBC Services and Funding




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Report Summary:

The BBC has strong overall importance and satisfaction ratings but is struggling to reach younger and lower income groups. Less than a third of people believe the TV Licence Fee should be scrapped, but the current cost is considered to be too high. This ConsumerMetrix Bulletin presents the results of a survey of 1023 UK respondents on the importance of the BBC, satisfaction with its services, payment of the Licence Fee, and attitudes towards alternative methods of funding the BBC.



Table of Contents

Introduction
Key Findings
How Important Is the BBC to People?
How Satisfied Are People With the BBC?
How Much Do People Think the TV Licence Fee Costs?
How Many People Do Not Pay the TV Licence Fee?
Which BBC Funding Models Would the Public Prefer to See?
How Much To People Think the Licence Fee Should Cost?
What Are People's Views On the BBC "Overseas Access Charge"?
How Much Support Is There For An "iPlayer Licence Fee"?
Conclusions
ConsumerMetrix: Survey Methodology
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