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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 1:46pm
How have we defined ‘Blue Wall’? a)Seats that are currently Conservative-held… b)…in the South or East of England… c)…that voted to Remain in 2016… d)…and have a higher than average concentration of graduates (at least 25%)

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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 1:45pm
Tory vote share is down 8pts in the ‘Blue Wall’ compared to the 2019 general election Con 44% (-8) Lab 24% (+4) Lib Dem 18% (-6) Green 9% (+7) Other 6% (+4) https://t.co/2A4oS4TzCp https://t.co/xnjbUa1ynf


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 1:45pm
Our new survey of people in ‘Blue Wall’ constituencies shows that the Conservatives could lose up to 16 of these 53 heartland seats. On current figures 9 would go to Labour, 3 the Lib Dems and another 4 are on a knife edge (including Dominic Raab’s seat) https://t.co/2A4oS4TzCp https://t.co/Rj0JGhsqaq


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 11:55am
Support for Britain and Ireland to host the 2030 Fifa football World Cup: Support - 44% Oppose - 16% Indifferent - 31% https://t.co/68RTAUNXD3 https://t.co/YzOlFYwdMF


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 11:25am
By 55% to 32% Britons think workplaces should be allowed to insist that their employees get the vaccine when offered it https://t.co/x1Ul04O9C7 https://t.co/xZhZFQQAGM


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 10:35am
British pub-goers are growing fonder and fonder of table service. 61% say they prefer it than going to the bar - up from 52% last month https://t.co/sUaFJXw3ai https://t.co/1HCzJNriTt


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 6:57am
It has been reported that some may be exempt from compulsory workplace vaccines due to 'ethical veganism' being seen as a protected characteristic % of Brits who identify as vegan Meat-eater: 72% Flexitarian: 13% Vegetarian: 5% Pescatarian: 3% Vegan 2% https://t.co/KT9mIM58TN https://t.co/W0zn34qMRU


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 6:37am
Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? (28-29 July) Boris Johnson 33% (-4 from 15-16 July) Keir Starmer 28% (+1) https://t.co/wH2ECS50P9 https://t.co/mjvj6fLBAM


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 6:37am
Latest Westminster voting intention (28-29 July) Con 39% (+1 since 20-21 July) Lab 34% (n/c) Green 9% (+1) Lib Dem 8% (-1) SNP 4% (-1) Reform UK 3% (n/c) https://t.co/wH2ECS50P9 https://t.co/YlzDx7RS5R


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 5:53am
Some club nights in England have begun requiring a Covid vaccination pass for entry. 71% of Britons are supportive of them doing so. How this breaks down by age... 18-24 year olds: 57% support 25-49s: 63% 50-64s: 74% 65+: 90% https://t.co/ng0AM8Xmrd https://t.co/JdkZ3bqcrE


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 30 - 5:47am
The Athletics kicked off today at #Tokyo2020 - it is the sport Olympics fans are most keen to watch by far (Top 5) Athletics - 94% Swimming - 79% Track cycling - 73% Triathlon - 68% Diving - 66% https://t.co/J7YZuKCFFX https://t.co/lsynpv8GVM


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 12:32pm
How clear or unclear are you about what ordinary people can do to help reduce climate change? Very/fairly clear: 65% Very/fairly unclear: 26% https://t.co/v7wGgLrkVg https://t.co/TyXDEERHVv


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 12:12pm
Are you taking regular Covid-19 tests (at least once or twice a week)? I am: 25% (+6) I am not: 73% (-6) Changes from 17 May https://t.co/M46ZKVHa8o https://t.co/rvVvnvVoNO


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 12:08pm
First Lady Jill Biden has earned praise for only wearing one new outfit at the Olympic Games. How important it is for Brits to wear a new outfit for a special occasion: 👨 17% important / 79% unimportant 👩 32% important / 64% unimportant https://t.co/ar00eX9Bq7 https://t.co/91jg5Vp58d


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 10:27am
Our research also shows that, among Britons who support having a minimum wage, the median level they thought it should be set at is £10 an hour https://t.co/SWZvHAy2uG

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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 10:27am
Of those who support the lower minimum wage for 18-22 year olds, few do so because they think it helps young people get jobs (36%) or businesses thrive (15%). It's more because they think young workers aren't so good (56%) and need less money (48%) https://t.co/SWZvHAy2uG https://t.co/MHrJ8tNCWX


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 10:27am
Is it right for the minimum wage to be different for 18-22 year olds than for 23+ year olds? Among Britons who support the minimum wage... 63% - should be the same 18% - should be lower for 18-22yr olds 12% - should be higher for 18-22yr olds https://t.co/SWZvHAy2uG https://t.co/IBl1EW4oX5


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 9:47am
With the “work from home if you can” guidance now dropped, 24% of businesses say they'll allow all staff to work from home at least some of the time Only 19% plan to make employees come in five days a week - down from 35% before the pandemic https://t.co/zCXj6BoAOZ https://t.co/K4Q3L0fKPO


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 9:39am
Brits see America as their biggest rival at #Tokyo2020 The feeling is far from reciprocated. Who Brits see as their biggest rivals: 🇺🇸 32% 🇨🇳 28% 🇩🇪 5% 🇷🇺 4% 🇫🇷 3% Who Americans see as their biggest rivals: 🇨🇳 45% 🇷🇺 14% 🇫🇷 5% 🇩🇪 3% 🇬🇧 2% https://t.co/lTK2NlACUI https://t.co/bCeCR4ebQD


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 29 - 7:24am
Both Labour and school leaders have said the government’s summer education catch-up programme is insufficient. We found recently that 90% of teachers were already against the idea of shorter summer holidays https://t.co/lZigjZw6xi https://t.co/EqrfvbLxaS


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 11:28am
A new site allows estate agents to charge prospective homebuyers £30 for a viewing to put-off potential time-wasters. 66% of Brits say they would be against agents implementing the charge https://t.co/y73NtUhcOs https://t.co/oZrcs9ewP8


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 11:16am
Drivers may soon face having 3 points added to their license if they or their passengers fail to wear a seatbelt - a policy which 70% of Brits say they’d support https://t.co/C2sgjJocfL https://t.co/RI7DQgHHNq


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 10:57am
Michael Gove has said those who don’t take the Covid-19 vaccine are “selfish” - a statement that two thirds of Britons (66%) agree with https://t.co/uhRB6sov6g https://t.co/3g63CD3lkZ


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 28 - 4:16am
Later today the government is expected to approve allowing fully vaccinated European and US tourists to enter England Most Britons would support such a move - 63-66% back allowing vaccinated visitors from key European nations, and 58% from the US https://t.co/tO98lzTifg https://t.co/8xjWhP1UZj


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 12:15pm
How do holidays in the UK compare to holidays abroad? They're better - 16% They're worse - 46% No difference - 27% https://t.co/nPAaq54FzU https://t.co/oA9JMFUM32


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 11:20am
59% of Britons - including 54% of Conservative voters - say they find the current rules around travelling abroad unclear https://t.co/HkcI6JXVFU https://t.co/61EHu5E6Wc


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 27 - 5:02am
Latest government approval rating (26 July) Approve: 29% (-2 on 19 July) Disapprove: 51% (+2) https://t.co/RbhfLYT3pU https://t.co/7BExPQHktL


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 12:58pm
A 1992 study of Olympic winners concluded that bronze medalists were happier than silver medalists - but Britons don't see it. Which they say they'd be happier winning: 🥈 68% 🥉 5% https://t.co/5oIpyVJUMT https://t.co/suxPDWWUfF


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 12:55pm
Britons are confident in the scientific advice the government is being given on coronavirus, but less so than at the beginning of the pandemic Confident: 61% (-10) Unconfident: 31% (+10) Changes from April 2020 https://t.co/keQzMPvj3r https://t.co/Y35tEwa42q


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 11:30am
Would you support or oppose paying people who have so far been reluctant to take the coronavirus vaccine £250 to do so? Support - 11% Oppose - 80% https://t.co/Mxf32QaAZW https://t.co/o6h1j3MPBS


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 10:38am
Boris Johnson is pushing for university students to need full vaccination in order to attend lectures or stay in halls of residence. 62% of Brits are in favour of requiring students to be fully vaccinated before the next academic year https://t.co/3zClbcntg1 https://t.co/2zx6kpAaTq


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 9:55am
RT @YouGov: Mask use has slumped among 18-24 year olds following Freedom Day, from 58% before to 46% afterward. Use among other age groups remains largely unchanged https://t.co/d8xWbKlpx4 https://t.co/Mkfpp0w7fS


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 9:55am
RT @YouGov: The proportion of Britons thinking the government are handling the pandemic well has fallen since Freedom Day, from 41% to 34% Support among Conservative voters has tumbled from 73% to 56% https://t.co/d8xWbKlpx4 https://t.co/Jp1mbWYJlE


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 8:25am
The proportion of Britons thinking the government are handling the pandemic well has fallen since Freedom Day, from 41% to 34% Support among Conservative voters has tumbled from 73% to 56% https://t.co/d8xWbKlpx4 https://t.co/Jp1mbWYJlE


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 8:23am
Mask use has slumped among 18-24 year olds following Freedom Day, from 58% before to 46% afterward. Use among other age groups remains largely unchanged https://t.co/d8xWbKlpx4 https://t.co/Mkfpp0w7fS


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 7:06am
How much stigma is there around deleting the NHS Covid app and dodging self-isolation? - 40% would have a worse opinion of somebody for deleting - 58% would have a worse opinion if somebody didn't self-isolate having been pinged https://t.co/eWgV8m8mw0+ https://t.co/hi6knRnn3P


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 7:06am
% who think it's a legal requirement to self-isolate after being pinged: 18-24 year olds: 48% 25-49 year olds: 54% 50-64 year olds: 64% 65+ year olds: 70% https://t.co/eWgV8m8mw0+ https://t.co/PL7CHem5N5


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 7:06am
The government has clarified that self-isolation after being pinged by the NHS COVID app is not a legal requirement, but the majority of Britons (59%) still think that it is https://t.co/eWgV8m8mw0+ https://t.co/dSuS4nXPN3


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 26 - 4:47am
The British Medical Association has said the 3% pay rise offer for NHS staff in England is "bitterly disappointing". 43% of Brits think it would be reasonable for nurses to strike in protest at the offer https://t.co/XAhEvzsqj4 https://t.co/8NU9jt6CSp


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1 week ago:   Saturday Jul 24 - 6:18am
Latest Westminster voting intention (20-21 Jul) Con 38% (-6 since 15-16 Jul) Lab 34% (+3) Lib Dem 9% (+1) Greens 8% (+2) SNP 5% (+1) Reform UK 3% (n/c) https://t.co/7gXwOamHvo https://t.co/L2UfKL4tSm


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 12:09pm
Is it reasonable or unreasonable for NHS nurses to strike in protest against the proposed 3% pay rise? All Britons Reasonable 43% / Unreasonable 41% Con voters Reasonable 22% / Unreasonable 67% Lab voters Reasonable 65% / Unreasonable 23% https://t.co/xu8cCZ5K1K https://t.co/5GcE38rItb


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 12:02pm
One in five Brits (20%) - and almost half of young adults (46%) - have now had to self-isolate at least once during the pandemic  https://t.co/epoWP1Qi3F https://t.co/CyR4rw9Fat


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 11:59am
62% of Britons agree with the University and College Union's call that uni students should be required to be fully vaccinated before the next academic year begins https://t.co/KJzLxbMbo5 https://t.co/8Jl0yAY1gS


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 7:12am
RT @YouGov: Top 10 sports people are interested in watching at Tokyo 2020 Athletics - 94% Swimming - 79% Track cycling - 73% Triathlon - 68% Diving - 66% Rowing - 64% Dressage - 62% Road cycling - 62% Artistic gymnastics - 57% Modern pentathlon - 56% https://t.co/J7YZuKCFFX https://t.co/TrF7tiJsEm


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 7:05am
% who think the new events added to #Tokyo2020 should indeed be Olympic sports: Karate - 72% Madison Cycling - 62% Surfing - 42% Sport climbing - 39% Freestyle BMX - 38% Skateboarding - 34% Baseball - 32% Softball - 29% https://t.co/4VfDjyTpQJ https://t.co/4TaS8TsStb


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 6:27am
Prince Harry's memoir looks like it will be better received in the US than the UK 🇺🇸- 25% are interested in it 🇬🇧- 14% are interested in it https://t.co/n53R2Hc220 https://t.co/viTyDX91tw


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 5:22am
*we did not ask about Sputnik V in the USA

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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 5:22am
Net COVID19 vaccine safety scores in 38 markets Pfizer: Seen as net safe in 38/38 (from +22🇧🇬 to +79🇸🇬) Moderna: 38/38 (from +18🇪🇬 to +76🇸🇬) J&J: 35/38 (from -16🇩🇰 to +59🇹🇭) AstraZeneca: 29/38 (from -36🇧🇬 to +62🇬🇧) Sputnik V: 26/37* (from -25🇫🇷 to +53🇧🇭) https://t.co/Psmzu56dzM https://t.co/ufwRbLUAlL


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 4:52am
A man in Alaska has been rescued after enduring repeated weeklong attacks by a grizzly bear. A sobering story, perhaps, to the 2% of Brits who think they could beat a grizzly bear in a fight https://t.co/Cfn9prx3hM https://t.co/pLTz8uGjbg


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 23 - 4:33am
It has been announced that food workers have been given exemption from isolation rules, providing they do daily testing. By 47% to 34% Brits told us yesterday they would support such a move, providing workers were also fully vaccinated https://t.co/KsqKfHM5Ge https://t.co/r6URcrfiHd


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 12:03pm
The public would also support cyclists being given points on such a licence, if they were to break road laws All Britons: 71% support / 20% oppose Recent bike users: 58% support / 36% oppose https://t.co/kLTQVtDCH1 https://t.co/HkyJZDaqIP


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 12:03pm
The majority of the public would support an identification scheme for cyclists All Britons: 60% support / 28% oppose Recent bike users: 42% support / 51% oppose https://t.co/kLTQVtDCH1 https://t.co/8GcyN0fvgV


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 11:09am
...And by 47% to 34% Brits say food supply chain workers shouldn't have to self-isolate if they come into contact with someone who tests positive, providing they're vaccinated and take daily tests https://t.co/KsqKfHM5Ge https://t.co/nNCiyHPqLq


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 11:09am
Over a third of Brits (36%) say they've experienced food shortages in their local shop or supermarket, as the 'pingdemic' puts the country's food supply under strain https://t.co/KwIIdNg0lL https://t.co/splPNJNmgW


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 8:03am
RT @YouGov: The majority of English football fans continue to support players taking the knee, and backing has increased since the Euro 2020 final Support: 60% (+5) Oppose: 32% (-7) https://t.co/6j5nZtvD3s https://t.co/eFhO11Yolv


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 8:03am
RT @YouGov: 71% of fans in England now think football has a serious problem with racism - a rise of 17 percentage points since the opening stages of Euro 2020 https://t.co/6j5nZtvD3s https://t.co/CLQqprvljU


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 6:54am
Willingness to take COVID-19 vaccine, and percentage change since YouGov first asked 🇦🇪 94% (+31) 🇬🇧 93% (+20) 🇸🇦 92% (+50) 🇪🇸 92% (+39) 🇸🇬 91% (+37) 🇲🇾 90% (+26) 🇮🇹 85% (+33) 🇵🇭 82% (+30) 🇮🇩 82% (+22) 🇩🇪 80% (+29) 🇫🇷 80% (+48) 🇺🇸 71% (+29) 🇹🇭 70% (-11) https://t.co/2pldtSPXsr https://t.co/IRAPe3YnSv


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 6:46am
The majority of English football fans continue to support players taking the knee, and backing has increased since the Euro 2020 final Support: 60% (+5) Oppose: 32% (-7) https://t.co/6j5nZtvD3s https://t.co/eFhO11Yolv


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 6:46am
71% of fans in England now think football has a serious problem with racism - a rise of 17 percentage points since the opening stages of Euro 2020 https://t.co/6j5nZtvD3s https://t.co/CLQqprvljU


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 6:17am
For our part, most Britons support allowing in vaccinated European travellers without them having to isolate (including 63% for tourists from France - at odds with UK government policy) 🇪🇸 - 66% support 🇸🇪🇩🇰 - 65% 🇮🇹🇩🇪 - 64% 🇫🇷 - 63% 🇺🇸 - 58% 🇨🇳 - 45% https://t.co/tO98lzTifg https://t.co/CJEMULLXVH


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 6:17am
While most in key European countries would welcome vaccinated British travellers, they are noticeably more nervous about letting us in (as well as Chinese and US tourists) than they are other continental Europeans https://t.co/tO98lzTifg https://t.co/Zq838NwbMl


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 22 - 6:17am
This time last year Europeans had two words for British tourists: stay away. Now most would welcome British travellers - so long as they're vaccinated 🇮🇹 - 74% support allowing in vaccinated UK tourists w/o having to isolate 🇫🇷 - 61% 🇩🇪 - 55% 🇪🇸 - 55% https://t.co/tO98lzTifg https://t.co/XT3Ql7uqX1


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 12:41pm
By 53% to 23% Britons think it's inappropriate for Prince Harry to be publishing his memoirs. Younger Brits are much more supportive, however, by 44% to 20% saying there's no problem with him doing so https://t.co/IDcK2frSot https://t.co/sWTuiYCPrX


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 11:53am
14% of Brits are interested in reading Prince Harry’s memoirs. How this stacks up against the other content he is making: Memoirs - 14% Netflix series - 12% Spotify podcast - 7% https://t.co/5G6KiPCHTD https://t.co/8haXDdSnJc


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 11:53am
How interested Britons are in reading Prince Harry’s memoirs: Very/fairly interested: 14% Not very/not at all: 82% https://t.co/5G6KiPCHTD https://t.co/D9LbOxO34Y


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 11:41am
Coronavirus takes its toll on Britons' interest in the Olympic and Paralympic games. % interested in watching... Olympics London 2012 - 51% Rio 2016 - 46% Tokyo 2020 - 36% Paralympics London 2012 - 37% Rio 2016 - 38% Tokyo 2020 - 27% https://t.co/xAT7OUwbky #tokyo2020 https://t.co/K4j7xLCBXh


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 11:12am
"It's well hot. Might be too hot", say 71% of Brits https://t.co/wsQY05fU4o https://t.co/h1jz2mFVWo


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 8:49am
RT @YouGov: Latest net favourability scores, 19-20 Jul (changes from late-June) Rishi Sunak: 0 (down 16) Boris Johnson: -23 (down 8) Keir Starmer: -26 (up 3) Dominic Cummings: -74 (down 2) Sajid Javid: -17 (down 7 from Jul 2019) https://t.co/xaszGSP0lu https://t.co/gu1pVmP7gS


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 21 - 7:19am
Latest net favourability scores, 19-20 Jul (changes from late-June) Rishi Sunak: 0 (down 16) Boris Johnson: -23 (down 8) Keir Starmer: -26 (up 3) Dominic Cummings: -74 (down 2) Sajid Javid: -17 (down 7 from Jul 2019) https://t.co/xaszGSP0lu https://t.co/gu1pVmP7gS


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 12:11pm
Net support for increasing National Insurance to fund social care for the elderly, by age group 18-24 year olds: +14 25-49 year olds: +11 50-64 year olds: +40 65+ year olds: +71 All Britons: +32 https://t.co/qiD1c5AJOv https://t.co/8qAvIwEpSB


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 11:50am
71% of Britons support people being required to show proof of double vaccination in order to get into nightclubs How this breaks down by age... 18-24 year olds: 57% support 25-49s: 63% 50-64s: 74% 65+: 90% https://t.co/ng0AM8Xmrd https://t.co/6AU48cLCHW


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 11:33am
By 55% to 31% Britons say if they'd come in to contact with somebody who'd tested positive for Covid, they'd rather do a daily test for 10 days (the method that is currently being piloted), than have to self-isolate https://t.co/iYg95txucJ https://t.co/tL832UrYUs


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 10:26am
We've done the research on this. How Brits rank them: Magnum - 28% Fab - 8% Solero - 8% Twister - 7% Calippo - 5% https://t.co/CuoP3n3uIu https://t.co/uHXvfLTu79

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 10:11am
Half of Brits wouldn't want to take a trip to the moon, even if their safety were guaranteed. The top reasons: Not interested - 23% Not enough to see/do - 11% Rather visit other places on Earth - 10% "No point" - 9% Reject guaranteed safety premise - 9% https://t.co/AKgnTswMiP https://t.co/uDWh9murwm


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 10:11am
It's the 52nd anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. Our most recent space tourism survey found that 48% of Brits wouldn't want to take a trip to the moon, even if their safety were guaranteed https://t.co/AKgnTswMiP https://t.co/fjEgAWAeKQ


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 8:30am
As many as 52% of online 18-24yr olds in Britain are abusing the NHS COVID-19 app (or have deleted it entirely) Just 9% of this age group have the app and are using it correctly 31% never downloaded it in the first place https://t.co/Hi2JVDgZlx https://t.co/V8ZBBpHj2K

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 8:23am
20% of those with the NHS COVID-19 app installed have turned off the bluetooth/contact tracing feature - and another 14% have turned it off at certain times previously https://t.co/Hi2JVDgZlx https://t.co/9flFLfKIqi


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 8:23am
One in three (34%) of those with the NHS COVID-19 app installed have deliberately avoided using it to check in at a venue, including 18% who have done so "many times" https://t.co/Hi2JVDgZlx https://t.co/DsQCRRcNO6


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 8:23am
10% of online Britons have gone so far as to delete the NHS COVID-19 app entirely - rising to 17% among 18-24 year olds https://t.co/Hi2JVDgZlx https://t.co/ZXhI3XIriL


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 8:23am
The NHS COVID-19 app is meant to help keep us safe from COVID-19, but only 22% of online Brits have the app and are using it correctly. 34% either have the app, but are abusing it, or have already deleted it 40% never had it in the first place https://t.co/Hi2JVDgZlx https://t.co/hQg457Qqtt


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 7:32am
How many UK businesses are still receiving financial support from the government? Receiving support: 17% (-8) Was but no longer: 32% (+10) Never was: 43% (-4) Changes from March 22 https://t.co/wP13WdW0YO+ https://t.co/0KBcCCwoA6


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 7:32am
One in four UK businesses think the furlough scheme should be extended beyond September - up from when last asked in March Should be extended: 23% (+7) Should end in Sept: 46% (-5) Should end earlier: 19% (-3) https://t.co/wP13WdW0YO+ https://t.co/ga0KjvpCsz


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 7:11am
Yesterday saw a record number of migrants cross the Channel to the UK in one day. Priti Patel has previously pledged to make the crossing “unviable”, and most Britons think her proposed changes to asylum policy are fair https://t.co/Htqf5mvSPd https://t.co/h4kZyHpUhU


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 6:49am
Latest government approval rating (19 July) Approve: 31% (-2 on 12 July) Disapprove: 49% (+1) https://t.co/RbhfLYT3pU https://t.co/qHZKRFU3sL


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 6:35am
It has been reported that, courtesy of Peppa Pig, many American kids are now speaking with British accents and calling 'Santa' 'Father Christmas' American media appears to have already had the same impact in the UK: by 50% to 33% young Brits use 'Santa' https://t.co/VFMBklT0dP https://t.co/L6oxsS6Jhh


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 6:25am
There's a considerable gap - especially among older men - in how many people consider themselves obese or overweight, and how many the NHS classes as such https://t.co/MquAauueS2 https://t.co/cSdxCshQcN


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 20 - 6:25am
Many English adults seem to be unaware – or in denial – about being obese. 25% are in this category according to the NHS, but only 9% actually describe themselves as such https://t.co/MquAauueS2 https://t.co/AWNW4VFy83


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 19 - 12:55pm
Last week Sajid Javid became one of a growing number of people who're catching Covid-19 despite being fully vaccinated 92% of Brits recognise it's possible to catch the virus despite having both jabs https://t.co/GV3Xiwsy67 https://t.co/niRDWdsgrJ


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 19 - 12:41pm
Britons are becoming less and less confident about being able to have a normal summer holiday abroad this year. 81% now don't think they'll be able to have one - up from 74% when asked in May https://t.co/QaI5Vntyi3 https://t.co/2V4aowlxOL


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 19 - 12:36pm
Freedom Day has arrived, but just one in eleven Brits (9%) have either booked, or already taken, a summer holiday abroad this year https://t.co/XklKvMdwrm https://t.co/5NTla1zwhJ


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 19 - 11:18am
Many Britons admit they would be unlikely to keep self-isolating for the full 10 days after coming into contact with an infected person if they themselves... Had no symptoms - 30% Passed a rapid test - 49% Got a negative PCR test - 57% https://t.co/47Xw7xUSwQ https://t.co/I9YNIjhmsD


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 19 - 10:38am
RT @YouGov: And yes, yes - we now know most people don't consider Magnums an ice lolly (the original ice lolly study was an open Q, so people wrote in their answers) Magnums are an ice lolly - 41% Magnums are not an ice lolly - 59% https://t.co/96VmEPFzjH https://t.co/KMEggWJfeq


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 19 - 10:38am
RT @YouGov: With the UK sweltering this week, it's time for your annual reminder that Britain's favourite ice lollies are... Magnum - 28% Fab - 8% Solero - 8% Twister - 7% Feast - 6% https://t.co/CuoP3n3uIu https://t.co/dQHXKcCW5g


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 19 - 7:11am
And yes, yes - we now know most people don't consider Magnums an ice lolly (the original ice lolly study was an open Q, so people wrote in their answers) Magnums are an ice lolly - 41% Magnums are not an ice lolly - 59% https://t.co/96VmEPFzjH https://t.co/KMEggWJfeq


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 19 - 7:11am
With the UK sweltering this week, it's time for your annual reminder that Britain's favourite ice lollies are... Magnum - 28% Fab - 8% Solero - 8% Twister - 7% Feast - 6% https://t.co/CuoP3n3uIu https://t.co/dQHXKcCW5g


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 19 - 5:56am
Who the public would hold mainly responsible if the relaxation of the rules leads to a large increase in cases and hospitalisations... The government: 42% Individuals for not being careful: 42% https://t.co/N43kNd83ou https://t.co/1NwRPmCaHJ


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 19 - 5:48am
By 55% to 31% the public think lifting the remaining restrictions in England today is the wrong thing to do https://t.co/N43kNd83ou https://t.co/lwDIBteLVh


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 19 - 5:14am
Dominic Cummings is to give an interview with the BBC about, amongst other things, his role in government during the pandemic. 75% of the public recently told us they don't trust him to tell the truth about how the government handled the outbreak https://t.co/ZtlFd8WQW3 https://t.co/ZCw14f0y7R


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 19 - 5:02am
Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? (15-16 July) Boris Johnson: 37% (+4) Keir Starmer: 27% (+2) https://t.co/ogBoLyqXpx https://t.co/aaDOWqgxsZ


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 19 - 5:02am
Latest Westminster voting intention (15-16 July) Con: 44% (+2 from 7-8 July) Lab: 31% (+1) Lib Dem: 8% (-1) Green: 6% (-1) SNP: 4% (-1) Reform UK: 3% (+1) https://t.co/ogBoLyqXpx https://t.co/uCVxTsnkar


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