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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 12:10pm
The Conservative party now has a -3 net favourability rating among 2019 Tory voters. This is approaching the -7 score from during the last days of Liz Truss's premiership https://t.co/VPwi28UmpY https://t.co/8deBldDZrF


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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 12:10pm
100 days into Rishi Sunak's premiership has seen his net favourability ratings fall to -34 Labour party: -12 Keir Starmer: -15 Rishi Sunak: -34 Conservative party: -49 https://t.co/VPwi28UmpY https://t.co/sDR5ABsExI


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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 12:10pm
Dominic Raab's net favourability rating falls to -57 amid bullying inquiry Favourable: 11% (-3 from Dec) Unfavourable: 68% (+6) https://t.co/VPwi28UmpY https://t.co/H4Rtnyadvv


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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 11:10am
One in eleven Britons (9%) would not answer the door to an unknown caller If you are not expecting anyone, how likely are you to answer the door if someone knocks? Very likely: 29% Fairly likely: 40% Fairly unlikely: 18% Not at all likely: 9% https://t.co/p2PXh94yqN https://t.co/m6dJ71cDKc


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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 11:05am
Compared to how they would work at an office or other workplace, do you think those working from home generally work…? ALL BRITONS Harder: 17% About the same: 41% Less hard: 30% 65+YR OLDS Harder: 13% About the same: 31% Less hard: 41% https://t.co/JQBmkxMQWO https://t.co/0nz7gRiBf4


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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 10:58am
Would you support or oppose charging double the rate of council tax for second homes? Strongly support: 32% Somewhat support: 27% Somewhat oppose: 14% Strongly oppose: 13% https://t.co/rfySp9WJAz https://t.co/3xhqTHV4rM


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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 10:21am
% of men in each country who describe themselves on a scale as "totally masculine" 🇵🇱 75% 🇮🇹 70% 🇪🇸 70% 🇫🇷 66% 🇨🇦 50% 🇦🇺 44% 🇺🇸 41% 🇬🇧 41% 🇩🇰 37% 🇩🇪 33% (re-post with corrected flag) https://t.co/Mdzjq9lpMG https://t.co/JvZ5Wwavbd


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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 7:12am
Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? (31 Jan-1 Feb) Keir Starmer: 32% (-2 from 24-25 Jan) Rishi Sunak: 22% (=) Not sure: 43% (+1) https://t.co/VZjvyrT2gO https://t.co/r6CM3xPW3i


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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 7:12am
Latest Westminster voting intention (31 Jan-1 Feb) Con: 24% (-2 from 24-25 Jan) Lab: 48% (+3) Lib Dem: 9% (-1) Reform UK: 6% (=) Green: 6% (-1) SNP: 4% (=) https://t.co/VZjvyrTA6m https://t.co/4wDOEmulCK


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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 7:08am
Voting intention by Bregret status Voted Leave, now say wrong Lab: 59% (+25 vs GE2019) Con: 15% (-26) Voted Leave, now unsure Lab: 50% (+26) Con: 26 (-33) Voted Leave, still say right Con: 51% (-33) Lab: 18% (+11) Ref UK: 21% (+16) https://t.co/yVLMrT8F2Z https://t.co/ie7dYypMmn


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1 day ago:   Friday Feb 3 - 7:08am
1/6 of Leave voters now say it was wrong to vote to Leave the EU, and 1/9 are unsure. The single biggest factor in Bregret is age: Voted Leave... ...now say wrong: median age 53 ...now unsure: 50 ...still say right: 62 (Voted Remain: median age 49) https://t.co/yVLMrT8F2Z https://t.co/QmX2ACF5EI


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 10:55am
Would you support or oppose job coaches being present at GP surgeries as part of plans to get more over-50s working? ALL BRITONS Support: 44% Oppose: 32% 50 TO 64 YEARS OLD Support: 38% Oppose: 41% https://t.co/ViXwa7C16b https://t.co/GJivHXEn1n


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 9:50am
Would you support or oppose a block on football club takeovers from buyers who can’t prove the source of their wealth? Strongly support: 38% Somewhat support: 19% Somewhat oppose: 7% Strongly oppose: 6% https://t.co/vFArijsMRy https://t.co/YTH3qexTgg


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 9:45am
How significantly, if at all, has your daily life been disrupted by recent strikes? Very significantly: 4% Fairly significantly: 14% Not very significantly: 41% Not at all: 38% https://t.co/bVeJN6t7Po https://t.co/8hA11Ewj6w


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 9:16am
Around half of Britons think today’s politicians from all parties are generally less honest than those of the past More honest: 2% Much the same as they have been in the past: 35% Less honest: 54% https://t.co/XgTdk9uZjM https://t.co/IR06varTsh


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 9:15am
Do you currently have a positive or negative view of politics in Britain? Positive: 7% Neither positive or negative: 17% Negative: 71% https://t.co/XgTdk9uZjM https://t.co/K2c3roFbXe


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 5:55am
By 49% to 42% Britons support teachers going on strike 50% of Britons say teachers are underpaid (only 10% say they are overpaid) https://t.co/MMv6O8iOGW

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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 4:49am
Young people in the West are less likely to see themselves as "totally masculine" or "totally feminine" e.g. here in 🇬🇧 Men saying "totally masculine" 18-39yr olds: 25% 40-59: 33% 60+: 63% Women saying "totally feminine" 18-39: 25% 40-59: 42% 60+: 67% https://t.co/Mdzjq9lXCe https://t.co/eW8aLN1aK0


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 4:49am
% of women in each country who describe themselves on a scale as "totally feminine" 🇵🇱 86% 🇮🇹 77% 🇪🇸 74% 🇫🇷 71% 🇨🇦 55% 🇺🇸 48% 🇦🇺 47% 🇬🇧 46% 🇩🇪 45% 🇩🇰 35% https://t.co/Mdzjq9lpMG https://t.co/pKLlDG6lnD


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2 days ago:   Thursday Feb 2 - 4:11am
RT @YouGov: Tomorrow is Rishi Sunak's 100th day in office. A look at YouGov tracker data shows that the PM has failed to revitalize the Tory brand, and his own ratings - while in some areas better than those of his predecessors’ - remain mediocre. https://t.co/cd0dHNyZWm

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 1:13pm
If any of you news editors want to further align your style guidance with public preference, you can consult our 'British public style guide' 👇 https://t.co/0cGvhcgjF5 https://t.co/JLVKzmlWWR


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 1:13pm
The will of the people prevails at the FT now too, which is that the word 'data' should be treated as singular, not plural "Data is" - 74% "Data are" - 14% https://t.co/KwWWVSjOVR https://t.co/dAbF84rFbA

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 12:55pm
To boost numbers, the Met Police has invited retired officers with a history of misconduct to return to the force Should officers with a misconduct record be allowed to rejoin the police? Should: 6% Should not: 85% https://t.co/Tqxc98M8Dp https://t.co/lqy81n0OpG


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 11:45am
Do you think offenders' criminal records should or should not be made available to the public? They should: 50% They should not: 27% https://t.co/Va36sDZeuN https://t.co/VGWzPlyP5v


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 11:38am
Seven in ten Britons say that teachers should be required to tell their employers they intend to strike They should be required: 71% They should not be required: 17% https://t.co/QNdhKanOU5 https://t.co/VTGh1g3zeJ


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 8:42am
Across 10 key policy areas, the Tories only lead Labour by a noticeable margin on one: defence Defence: +8 Tory lead Brexit: +1 Law & order: -3 Immigration: -5 Economy: -8 Tax: -13 Unemployment: -15 Education: -19 Housing: -25 NHS: -31 https://t.co/cd0dHNyZWm https://t.co/FAWkiuYTUp


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 8:42am
Most Britons say Rishi Sunak is doing badly as prime minister Sunak: 26% well / 56% badly Last Truss figure: 11% / 71% Last Johnson figure: 25% / 68% https://t.co/cd0dHNyZWm https://t.co/AOZPrykzhJ


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 8:42am
Rishi Sunak is more likely to be seen as competent and trustworthy than his predecessors, but this only amounts to a figure of 32% and 22% saying so respectively Britons are no more likely to see him as decisive, and less likely to see him as strong https://t.co/cd0dHNyZWm https://t.co/5OgicYUEiS


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 8:42am
Rishi Sunak's personal net favourability ratings are less negative than those of his predecessors, but he continues to trail Keir Starmer Rishi Sunak: -29 Last Liz Truss figure: -70 Last Boris Johnson figure: -40 https://t.co/cd0dHNyZWm https://t.co/QqJdKjGPLv


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 8:42am
The Tory brand has not improved under Sunak % who see the Tories as Clear purpose: 22% (-1 since last Johnson poll) Trying to do the right thing: 17% (-1) Competent: 13% (-5) Cares about ordinary people: 10% (-2) Trustworthy: 10% (-1) In touch: 7% (-4) https://t.co/cd0dHNyZWm https://t.co/E2ZKXR4Jh9


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 8:42am
Likewise, Sunak has not brought Tory 2019 voters back into the fold Voting intention among 2019 Tory voters: Con: 44% (-4 since last Boris Johnson poll) Don't know: 23% (-1) Labour: 12% (+3) Reform UK: 8% (+3) https://t.co/cd0dHNyZWm https://t.co/gmxePl7YDD


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 8:42am
While Sunak has reduced the Conservative's VI deficit compared to Truss, the Tories still trail Labour by almost 20pts https://t.co/cd0dHNyZWm https://t.co/aCkfKusWB4


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 8:42am
Tomorrow is Rishi Sunak's 100th day in office. A look at YouGov tracker data shows that the PM has failed to revitalize the Tory brand, and his own ratings - while in some areas better than those of his predecessors’ - remain mediocre. https://t.co/cd0dHNyZWm

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 6:01am
Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? (24-25 Jan) Keir Starmer: 34% (+1 from 18-19 Jan) Rishi Sunak: 22% (-2) Not sure: 42% (+4) https://t.co/Paw09Lrfox https://t.co/ikQvsoPfl3


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Feb 1 - 6:01am
Latest Westminster voting intention (24-25 Jan) Con: 26% (no change from 18-19 Jan) Lab: 45% (-3) Lib Dem: 10% (+2) Reform UK: 6% (-1) Green: 7% (+2) SNP: 4% (=) https://t.co/Paw09Lrfox https://t.co/hvGUuxvouO


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 7:01am
Brits are more likely to say trans women offenders who committed sex crimes but had full gender reassignment surgery should go to women’s prison (38%, vs 31% men's) than those who committed non-violent, non-sex crimes but not had full surgery (24%, vs 48%) https://t.co/gFXbLUZ4ar https://t.co/k2UhWyqb8I


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 7:01am
Whether a trans woman offender has had 'full' reassignment surgery matters more to Britons than their crime when assigning their prison Committed a sex crime: +11pts more likely to say "men's prison" Not had full gender reassignment surgery: +28pts https://t.co/gFXbLUZ4ar https://t.co/gphR7M5P1I


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 7:01am
Men (57%) and women (61%) are about equally likely to say that trans women offenders like Isla Bryson - i.e. those convicted of rape/sexual assault and who have not had 'full' gender reassignment surgery - should go to men's prison https://t.co/gFXbLUZ4ar https://t.co/2csj5SWDXO


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 7:01am
Most Britons say that trans women offenders like Isla Bryson - i.e. those convicted of rape/sexual assault and who have not had 'full' gender reassignment surgery - should go to men's prison Men's prison: 59% Women's prison: 15% (59% in Scotland agree) https://t.co/gFXbLUZ4ar https://t.co/CxzOptptxf


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 5:32am
% who say they have been disrupted by strikes by... Postal workers 46 Rail workers 39 Nurses 24 Bus workers 22 TfL workers 22 Ambulance staff 19 Highway workers 16 Border Force 15 University staff 13 Baggage handlers 12 Driving examiners 9 https://t.co/LOcQHfYKIE https://t.co/RhKyRMUWPm


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 5:32am
% who say each are underpaid… Nurses 75 Ambul. staff 69 Firefighters 51 Teachers 50 Post workers 37 Bus workers 32 Rail workers 27 Border Force 23 Civil servants 23 Baggage handlers 22 Uni staff 22 Highway workers 21 TfL workers 19 Driving examiners 12 https://t.co/LOcQHfYKIE https://t.co/flMmhYs6OZ


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 5:32am
% who support strikes by… Nurses 65 Ambulance staff 61 Firefighters 55 Teachers 49 Postal workers 45 Rail workers 40 Border Force 40 Civil servants 39 Highway workers 38 Bus workers 42 TfL workers 32 Uni staff 36 Baggage handlers 35 Driving examiners 27 https://t.co/LOcQHfYKIE https://t.co/zq5HiAn9yN


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jan 31 - 5:32am
What correlates with support for a given profession going on strike? ✅ Belief that profession is underpaid ✅ Belief that profession makes a significant contribution to society ❌ Being disrupted by that profession's strikes https://t.co/LOcQHfYKIE https://t.co/kM0MPSpW8F


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5 days ago:   Monday Jan 30 - 10:30am
Do you believe Prince Harry and Meghan Markle should or should not be invited to King Charles’ upcoming Coronation? They should be invited: 43% They should not be invited: 39% https://t.co/vgCcMfusQ0 https://t.co/YQNgkBj5ib


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5 days ago:   Monday Jan 30 - 10:25am
How well, or badly, do Britons believe Rishi Sunak handled Nadhim Zahawi’s sacking? Very well: 5% Fairly well: 24% Fairly badly: 23% Very badly: 22% https://t.co/bv6GFcHvqJ https://t.co/NGqdovpDYf


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5 days ago:   Monday Jan 30 - 10:20am
Michael Gove says he wants to see the leasehold system of home ownership abolished - and Britons tend to agree Support: 47% Oppose: 10% Don’t know: 43% https://t.co/YhwZYwzaAb https://t.co/sebr7b7Zih


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1 week ago:   Friday Jan 27 - 12:00pm
Do you think employers should or should not provide divorce leave for parents who are splitting up? ALL BRITONS Should 33% / Should not: 42% 25-49 year olds Should 45% / Should not 29% 65+ year olds Should 12% / Should not 66% https://t.co/WqKT6RVAGg https://t.co/0vZTHXor4d


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1 week ago:   Friday Jan 27 - 11:55am
Foreign students are currently limited to 20 hours of paid work a week during term time. Do you believe this limit should... Be scrapped: 26% Be increased: 17% Remain the same: 28% Be decreased: 2% They should be banned from doing any paid work: 5% https://t.co/rsA1I5unjl https://t.co/9d9dAxiDv5


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1 week ago:   Friday Jan 27 - 11:50am
🇷🇺 and 🇧🇾 athletes could be allowed to compete at the 2024 Olympics as neutrals 47% of Britons say they shouldn't be allowed to compete at all 21% say they should be allowed to compete as neutrals 11% say they should be allowed to represent their country https://t.co/4J51x7DrYb https://t.co/BtdS4oPV2z


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1 week ago:   Friday Jan 27 - 4:53am
Six in ten Britons support making defacing art or monuments a criminal offence Strongly support: 41% Somewhat support: 21% Somewhat oppose: 10% Strongly oppose: 18% https://t.co/r8vAC5erow https://t.co/7XcI0xNxeG


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 11:25am
Would you support or oppose making the sale and public possession of nitrous oxide/laughing gas for inhalation illegal? Support: 56% Oppose: 26% https://t.co/AKcLWCRodL https://t.co/pZGveSZVxy


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 11:19am
Donald Trump’s two-year suspension from Facebook and Instagram is set be lifted 57% of Britons say he should not be allowed to return to the platforms 22% agree with lifting his suspension https://t.co/kK3yspQfHc https://t.co/crChk9aOS2


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jan 26 - 11:14am
Would you support or oppose Britain supplying Ukraine with fighter jets? Support: 63% Oppose: 20% https://t.co/pg1KUy7HlZ https://t.co/8K4kWQE0pr


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 11:55am
If a film is shortlisted for a Best Picture Oscar, does it tend to make you more or less likely to watch it? More likely: 18% No difference either way: 71% Less likely: 5% https://t.co/6nY5xi1IvF https://t.co/VOaGzjWwdf


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 11:49am
A majority of Britons support the strike action by Amazon workers over pay Support: 60% Oppose: 22% https://t.co/7s9Mmnc3kj https://t.co/I863shJrMT


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 11:44am
Britons are split over a ban on horse racing Support: 38% Oppose: 38% Don’t know: 24% https://t.co/WugeognKwG https://t.co/bmuZU1laIM


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 10:30am
Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? (18-19 Jan) Keir Starmer: 33% (+1 from 10-11 Jan) Rishi Sunak: 24% (=) Not sure: 38% (-2) https://t.co/ASg9hlEReU https://t.co/XetQo1NvOG


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 25 - 10:30am
Latest Westminster voting intention (18-19 Jan) Con: 26% (+1 from 10-11 Jan) Lab: 48% (+1) Lib Dem: 8% (-1) Reform UK: 7% (=) Green: 5% (=) SNP: 4% (-1) https://t.co/ASg9hlEReU https://t.co/OOrSOuzkQo


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 12:19pm
Would you support or oppose the re‑introduction of a licensing system for dog ownership? Support: 76% Oppose: 11% https://t.co/h4sFYDDhrD https://t.co/WApoV0Ltqe


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 11:00am
Do you think Rishi Sunak should resign from his role as Prime Minister, or should he remain in his role? Remain as PM: 43% Resign: 33% Don’t know: 25% https://t.co/llEAab4x5U https://t.co/UzcJcoSgPm


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 10:54am
Britons are split over lifting Covid visitor restrictions at hospitals (such as only allowing two visitors per patient) with 43% saying they should remain in place, and 41% who say they should be removed https://t.co/2MVlIiO0PR https://t.co/DP5wHUOSU6


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 7:21am
Superstitions that Britons are most likely to believe will bring them bad luck Broken mirrors: 30% Walking under a ladder: 29% Opening an umbrella indoors: 26% Groom seeing the bride on the wedding day before the ceremony: 21% https://t.co/3lTLldPg5r https://t.co/9JiYUl5huW


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 7:21am
Superstitions that Britons are most likely to believe will bring them good luck Touching wood: 33% Four-leaf clovers: 32% Finding a penny: 29% Making a wish while blowing out birthday candles: 28% Seeing a shooting star: 28% https://t.co/3lTLldPg5r https://t.co/CHORDZQGCz


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 24 - 7:21am
A third of Britons (34%) say they are either “very” or “somewhat” superstitious Women are significantly more likely to be superstitious than men (43% vs 24%) https://t.co/3lTLldPg5r https://t.co/LKn3uu9vcL


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 23 - 11:48am
Tory voters are divided on a one-off 1% wealth tax on wealth above £500k for five years... Support: 45% / Oppose: 41% ...and raising capital gains tax to the same level as income tax Support: 36% / Oppose: 44% https://t.co/8RGgfQWNuf https://t.co/v6T48gFOqs


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 23 - 11:48am
There is strong support among both Tory and Labour voters for wealth taxes on millionaires A 1% wealth tax on wealth above £10m Con: 77% support / Lab: 86% support A 2% wealth tax on wealth above £5m Con: 69% / Lab: 83% https://t.co/8RGgfQXljN https://t.co/lZ9220B3G8


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 23 - 11:48am
% of Britons who support... A 1% wealth tax on wealth above £10m: 78% A 2% wealth tax on wealth above £5m: 73% A one-off 1% wealth tax on wealth above £500k for five years: 53% Raising capital gains tax to the same level as income tax: 41% (net +11) https://t.co/8RGgfQXljN https://t.co/ehqaR0Q92u


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 23 - 10:40am
A headteacher at an all‑girls' school in London has warned her pupils "don’t allow a lone policeman to approach you, at any time". Do you think this advice is appropriate or inappropriate? Appropriate: 50% Inappropriate: 30% Don't know: 20% https://t.co/iks3jq1TOE https://t.co/xad3qYSV5Y


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 23 - 9:54am
By 51% to 12%, Britons say Nadhim Zahawi should resign from his role as Conservative party chairman (36% are unsure) Tory voters also say he should stand down, by 41% to 25% https://t.co/3UQuGAIJlK https://t.co/kp7DAKIfza


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 20 - 9:30am
How healthy or unhealthy do you believe you currently are? Very healthy: 7% Somewhat healthy: 49% Somewhat unhealthy: 33% Very unhealthy: 8% https://t.co/q8mf55efhV https://t.co/AsQazZ8J7G


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 20 - 9:25am
Ofsted’s chief inspector has warned against giving children phones at a young age and three-quarters of Britons would seemingly agree, saying it is inappropriate for children of primary age to have a smartphone Appropriate: 18% Inappropriate: 76% https://t.co/EORbGqKnQE https://t.co/Kg9O5CPzwA


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 20 - 9:21am
Two thirds of Britons support Lancashire Police’s decision to investigate Rishi Sunak travelling in a car without a seatbelt They should investigate: 64% They should not investigate: 26% https://t.co/s6CkQ4xWtD https://t.co/pRExXViIr0


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 20 - 9:00am
RT @YouGov: Council areas that residents are most likely to describe as “the sort of place that people try to get away from” Barking & Dagenham: 56% Newcastle-under-Lyme: 55% Boston: 53% N.E. Lincolnshire: 50% Stoke-on-Trent; Doncaster; Tameside; Sunderland: =49% https://t.co/rlJwzbYL4L https://t.co/kUabnWn29O


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 20 - 6:02am
Rishi Sunak trails Keir Starmer by 21 points in terms of net favourability Keir Starmer: -8 net favourability Rishi Sunak: -29 https://t.co/EpgZo2bIqH https://t.co/YRNILwjbqc


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 20 - 6:02am
Rishi Sunak's net favourability has fallen by 20 points since he became prime minister 24-25 Oct: -9 net favourability 17-18 Jan: -29 https://t.co/EpgZo2baB9 https://t.co/PilKEnWZWf


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jan 20 - 4:34am
RT @YouGov: New YouGov MRP data shows just 4 council areas in Britain where people tend to think their local area has generally improved in the last few years “Stayed the same”: Most common view in 215 council areas “Generally declined”: 142 “Generally improved”: 4 https://t.co/rlJwzbYL4L https://t.co/4XnYkvUNbG


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 19 - 12:24pm
Council areas that residents are most likely to describe as “the sort of place that people try to get away from” Barking & Dagenham: 56% Newcastle-under-Lyme: 55% Boston: 53% N.E. Lincolnshire: 50% Stoke-on-Trent; Doncaster; Tameside; Sunderland: =49% https://t.co/rlJwzbYL4L https://t.co/kUabnWn29O


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 19 - 12:24pm
Our MRP results also show that there are 45 council areas that residents tend to describe as “the sort of place that people try to get away from” rather than “the sort of place that people would like to move to” https://t.co/rlJwzbZiUj https://t.co/jjhkyftcEi


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 19 - 12:24pm
Even in those 215 council areas where the most common view among residents is that things are about the same as they were a few years ago, in almost all (208) the other residents tend to say things have got worse rather than better https://t.co/rlJwzbYL4L https://t.co/Rkphu4IEN3


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 19 - 12:24pm
New YouGov MRP data shows just 4 council areas in Britain where people tend to think their local area has generally improved in the last few years “Stayed the same”: Most common view in 215 council areas “Generally declined”: 142 “Generally improved”: 4 https://t.co/rlJwzbYL4L https://t.co/4XnYkvUNbG


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 19 - 10:30am
Motorists aged 70+ have to reapply for their licence every three years, but should they have to retake practical driving tests as well? ALL BRITONS Support: 65% Oppose: 27% BRITONS AGED 65+ Support: 40% Oppose: 54% https://t.co/7FujUFg9i3 https://t.co/62wwmKoKq5


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 19 - 10:28am
With Church of England bishops reportedly refusing to allow priests to marry same-sex couples, most Britons say the Church should conduct same-sex marriages Should: 56% Should not: 24% Don’t know: 20% https://t.co/1T0m1WQvEp https://t.co/1DpOPN0LTY


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jan 19 - 10:23am
Experts say that checking your poo regularly can play an important part in the detection of conditions like bowel cancer How often do Britons look at their poo? Every time: 17% Most times: 27% Sometimes: 30% Rarely: 17% Never: 5% Don’t know: 5% https://t.co/BGz7Fz5Ki6 https://t.co/Es8mrBPIck


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 11:20am
Four in five Britons say they have little to no interest in reading Boris Johnson's forthcoming memoirs, including 64% who are "not at all interested" 13% say they are interested in what the former PM has to say https://t.co/VQ4WycF4pF https://t.co/DKaF2KqO9G


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 11:15am
The chair of the Food Standards Agency has said that bringing cakes into the office should be regarded as harmful to colleagues Nevertheless, by 77% to 13%, Britons say it is acceptable to bring food high in sugar or fat into an office to share https://t.co/oGs61cHCG3 https://t.co/KAE5J1E0L2


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jan 18 - 11:10am
Thinking of the war in Ukraine, do you think the UK should maintain, increase or reduce the support it is giving to the country? Maintain current levels of support: 45% Increase support: 24% Reduce support: 13% https://t.co/QlD6H6LjRQ https://t.co/ZjsNjwDo33


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 10:42am
86% of Britons now say the government is handling the NHS badly - just 9% say it is doing well https://t.co/VSrukT89tX https://t.co/g0IbjZ0DEO


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 10:42am
Compared to European countries, Britons say the NHS provides... Better care: 19% (-12 from Jan 2022) About the same quality care: 23% (-3) Worse care: 29% (+12) https://t.co/OrKRFW32r4 https://t.co/VeFJLjCiIY


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 10:42am
Six in ten Britons expect the NHS to get worse over the next few years Better: 14% (-4 from Jan 2022) Stay the same: 16% (-8) Worse: 60% (+10) https://t.co/N7hGGxYuSQ https://t.co/om3DE2dKGp


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 10:42am
Our latest batch of NHS attitudes trackers show some dramatic results NHS services locally are... Good: 44% (-20 from Jan 2022) Bad: 45% (+19) https://t.co/ACApmPDLNt NHS services nationally are... Good: 20% (-27) Bad: 71% (+31) https://t.co/JRjyDk1vsf https://t.co/b1MAsscW0S


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 10:10am
Is it acceptable to remove your socks and shoes during a flight? Acceptable: 27% Unacceptable: 61% https://t.co/Uhs5oVpdOH https://t.co/BMvFlNFavn


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 10:05am
Schools have been told to use volunteers and remote learning to support pupils during teacher strikes. Two thirds of Britons say they support moving to online lessons for children during strikes Support: 67% Oppose: 20% https://t.co/yRZZhZaP67 https://t.co/4ORFehQTAH


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 9:57am
How confident, if at all, are you in the police’s ability to investigate officer and staff misconduct? Very confident: 4% Somewhat confident: 22% Not very confident: 35% Not at all confident: 32% Don’t know: 7% https://t.co/GZgYCUsAnF https://t.co/Ae6A20tucG


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 5:30am
Eight in ten nurses say they love or like their job, a level of job satisfaction higher than in the wider NHS or national workforce NHS nurses and midwives: 82% All NHS staff: 75% All working Britons: 66% https://t.co/pX4r9Tw9EI https://t.co/oOtC4hXNbk


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 5:30am
Around one in three NHS nurses and midwives say they would discourage others from joining the profession (31%), and say they would not go into the job if they had their choice again (34%) https://t.co/pX4r9Tw9EI https://t.co/dgDeKpoWOB


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 5:30am
With nurses set to strike again tomorrow, half of nurses say they are badly paid, compared to only one in five working Britons NHS nurses and midwives Well: 27% Badly: 49% Neither: 24% All working Britons Well: 51% Badly: 22% Neither: 23% https://t.co/pX4r9Tw9EI https://t.co/hu2qW0aY7Y


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 5:10am
Do you support or oppose rail transport workers going on strike over pay and working conditions? All Britons: 42% support / 51% oppose Con: 16% / 80% Lab: 72% / 23% https://t.co/AnHJG6u78h https://t.co/Ux5urPAAKu


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 5:10am
Do you support or oppose nurses going on strike over pay and working conditions? All Britons: 63% support / 31% oppose Con: 40% / 56% Lab: 88% / 9% https://t.co/comifBHDDM https://t.co/A3Tp105W30


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jan 17 - 5:10am
Do you support or oppose teachers going on strike over pay and working conditions? All Britons: 51% support / 41% oppose Con: 24% / 69% Lab: 79% / 15% https://t.co/NYPx6h663R https://t.co/J2oSr0T5Rw


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jan 16 - 10:32am
Favourability towards the FA took a hit among English football fans following the World Cup OneLove armband row, but their reputation has bounced back Pre-tournament: 60% favourable / 35% unfavourable Post 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿-🇮🇷 game: 50% / 39% Post-tournament: 60% / 33% https://t.co/cP71AAg8VF https://t.co/BM7DiZlWoM


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