Energy ‘far’ bigger worry for public than other bills

Concerns about paying energy costs dwarf worries about other types of bills amongst the public, according to a new government survey. The spring edition of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy's energy and climate public attitudes tracker survey, published on Thursday (16 June), found 58% of those polled were more concerned about energy bills than any other.

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