82% of people surveyed for the ITV News Index by ComRes say they oppose a rise in fuel duty.
73% of those asked said they would be angry if a fuel duty rise goes ahead.
Four in five of those surveyed think a fuel duty rise will make the Government look out of touch and two-thirds believe a rise will make a material difference to their household’s income.
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