In our latest opinion poll with the Observer, we took a look at the public's perception of the fiscal problems that face the British government over the next few years. The results seem to show an underlying pessimism about the state of the public finances and the government's ability to give anything away after the next election, despite whatever promises are made.

Just under six in ten (58%) think whichever party gets into government after the next general election will not be able to afford tax cuts for working people, with 28% saying that they believe they will be able to afford some.

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