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Current Poll

Between 1918 and 2014, 32% of all of Lloyds of London’s insured losses were caused by flooding. With Climate change becoming a growing issue, is this a growing concern for insurers?

Results
Yes, we have seen a significant increase in flood related losses (82.69%)
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No, there will always be flood related losses. We are prepared for this. (17.31%)
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