November 11, 2019
This report from the UK think tank Policy Exchange looks at women’s roles in social care.
New YouGov polling carried out for Policy Exchange shows the extent to which women, who have been identified as critical voters at this general election, worry about the impact of social care on their families and careers. As the major parties finalise their manifestoes, the polling shows that: One in five (21%) women aged 35-55 have helped care for someone with long-term needs and nearly half (43%) of women in this group, know a close family member who has done this. 64% are worried about the effect that losing their home and other assets would have on their family. If they required care in later life 65% feel that the care system is too complicated to understand. 53% worry about the impact on their career if they were needed to take care of a relative.Read Full Report
By Jonathan Cribb; Tom Waters; Thomas Wernham; Xiaowei XuRead more