That’s what 74% of people said in an ONS survey conducted between 22 November and 4 December with 2,524 respondents.
Around 16% of people said that they were worried or very worried about their food running out and not having any money to buy more. That was already the reality for 6% of the respondents.
About 23% of those surveyed said that they were unable to keep comfortably warm at home. That’s a health risk. It also can have implications for cognitive functioning as when the temperature drops, the brain receives less blood.
PS A day later I spotted this: