Bank of England Inflation Attitudes Survey, Feb 04

The Bank of England's February 2004 quarterly Inflation Attitudes Survey was published on 15 March. Asked what would be best for the British economy on interest rates - 23% thought they should go up, the highest outturn since the series began. The proportion saying that rates should go down remained at 15% for the third consecutive survey.

Summary results (Excel spreadsheet)

Detailed survey tables (Excel spreadsheet)

Highlights from the survey

Question 1: Asked to give the current rate of inflation

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