Two thirds of the British public (67%) say that the Government does not appear to be in control of the flooding situation in Somerset, according to an ITV index carried out by Comres.
Some 14% said they disagreed with the statement and 19% said they don't know.
In the same poll 71% of those asked say that sending the army to assist the flood relief effort was a good use of resources. 14% disagreed and 15% did not know.
ComRes interviewed 2,043 British adults as part of the poll.
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