Really -The household charge had a 66% compliance rate. A remarkable figure when you consider that it was the utterly useless county councils in charge of collection. If people left bags of money on their doorstep they wouldn’t collect It.
as to your typically nonsensical claim of well over 1 million Households boycotting it, if 66% complied that means that less than 500,000 didnt comply.
and that 500,000 includes god knows how many who weren’t even asked for it.
but dont worry about facts. Stick with your usual bullshit.
The so-called 66% compliance rating that was touted by Phil Hogan in October 2012 was based on the claim that there 1.6million houses levied with the charge. It later emerged that it was actually levied on 1,944,246 properties - which brings the compliance rate down to just over 54% - on top of that more than 475,000 households were renting property and were not liable for the Household Charge - this meant that the actual compliance rate from households owning and living in their own homes in the state was just over 31%.