The report ‘Having their say: what the public likes and dislikes about charities’ is the third paper of a series from New Philanthropy Capital, examining public attitudes polling conducted by Ipsos MORI. This time looking in more detail, it looks at the more controversial issues around perceived political campaigning, the pay of senior charity staff, and transparency.
There was a clear split between supporters of different political parties in the results. Some key findings in the NPC press release at http://www.thinknpc.org/media/press-releases/ukip-tory-voters-tell-charities-campaign-less-help-people-more/, or download the report via http://www.thinknpc.org/publications/having-their-say-what-the-public-likes-and-dislikes-about-charities/.
VoluntaryNews earlier coverage on the report series: Concern over political angle on trust in charities.