Eight out of ten Britons feel the economic recovery has had little or no impact on their personal circumstances, new research reveals.
Asked what effect the upturn had had on them, 49% said there had been "none at all", while 31% said "not very much".
The Ipsos MORI poll for the Evening Standard also found pessimism about the future, with 75% of respondents saying economic growth would have either no impact or "not very much".
The political implications of the survey are potentially interesting, with the Conservatives trumpeting the UK's improved overall economic performance, but Labour arguing that many are not feeling the benefits of growth.
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