People have cut back on their energy use

Almost 52% of Britons are using less gas or electricity at home in acknowledgement to the rising cost of living.

That’s according to the latest Office for National Statistics survey which covers the period 25th May to 5th June and suggests that this number increased by 2% since the latest poll.

Nearly 40% of the respondents said admittedly that they have cut back on non-essential journeys by their vehicle.

Around four-in-ten of consumers who pay energy bills reported they found it very or somewhat difficult to afford them in the latest period.

Among those who reported they have gas or electricity supplied to their home, 5% reported they were behind on these bills.

People have cut back on their energy use

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