Eco taxes on the motorist are set to become the “next big rebellion in British politics” according to polling expert Matt Goodwin after an exclusive poll laid bare staggering data on where Britons stand.
British motorists have become increasingly subject to more charges in recent years with the aim of reducing pollution such as the Ultra Low Emission Zone (Ulez), which charges motorists a daily fee for using a non-compliant vehicle within the area.
According to pollster Matt Goodwin, Sunak watering down the plan will be a popular decision, evidenced by a GB News poll that found almost half of Britons are concerned about environment taxes on motorists.
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From a sample size of 1,948, only seven per cent were found to believe that the Government is ‘on the side of motorists’.
Almost half of those surveyed - 47 per cent, are of the belief that environmental taxes have ‘gone too far’.