Poll reveals Britons’ secret fears and hopes for 2012

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British people welcome cultural changes brought about by immigration, regard rising prices as the biggest threat to the country’s wellbeing in 2012, and believe the Queen’s diamond jubilee celebrations will lift the nation’s spirits more than the Olympics, reveals a wide-ranging poll on attitudes .

In a major report, Hopes and Fears, that touches on subjects varying from the class system, attitudes towards Scottish independence and changes in the country since it last held the Olympic Games in 1948, the poll paints a picture of a hopeful country at ease with itself but fearful of the consequences of its diminishing resources.

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