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22 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 11:27am
73% of Britons now think Boris Johnson is doing a bad job as PM Doing well: 22% (-1 on Dec) Doing badly: 73% (+2) https://t.co/PgiDsvESD4 https://t.co/8YN3SOX7La


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22 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 11:01am
Which PM from the last 40 years would you choose to have handled the pandemic? Margaret Thatcher - 28% Tony Blair - 12% Gordon Brown - 12% Boris Johnson - 10% Theresa May - 4% David Cameron - 4% John Major - 3% https://t.co/sUerN8nmaI https://t.co/BIAMvR6Wib


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23 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 10:12am
Latest Westminster voting intention (13-14 Jan) Lab: 39% (-1 from 12-13 Jan) Con: 31% (+2) Lib Dem: 11% (n/c) Green: 6% (n/c) Reform UK: 5% (-1) SNP: 5% (n/c) https://t.co/2Hyx2nQszf https://t.co/LHMl1Dnzcx


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23 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 9:39am
RT @YouGov: English people would support implementing the following lockdown restrictions that are currently in place in Wales: Night clubs closing 👍 55% / 👎 33% Groups of max 6 indoors 👍 51% / 👎 40% No large sports / entertainment events 👍 49% / 👎 41% https://t.co/VRyeY3iiSM https://t.co/341A5f196F


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23 hours ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 9:39am
RT @YouGov: Whose pandemic approach is better: England or Wales? English people prefer... 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 32% 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 31% Welsh people prefer... 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 17% 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 60% https://t.co/VRyeY3iiSM https://t.co/7k0MH8Jsb1


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 8:34am
Labour’s “ready to take over” figures, however, are not improving Are ready for gov: 24% (n/c from Dec) Are not ready for gov: 53% (-3) https://t.co/vaYeqTsdWk https://t.co/PK9iHBou7q


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 8:34am
In contrast, 39% see the Labour party as divided, down from 47% in November United: 25% (+10) Divided: 39% (-8) https://t.co/JsSfazbSsN https://t.co/ujNETfUmY5


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 8:34am
76% of Britons now think the Tory party is divided, up from 57% in November United: 6% (-10) Divided: 76% (+19) https://t.co/PzBCIWfeLT https://t.co/sOIUJ6n5Q8


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 8:34am
The public are also increasingly wanting an early election Want: 41% (+7 from Nov) Don't want: 40% (-7) https://t.co/3neiVfRylO https://t.co/4noFhuYEdE


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 8:34am
Public views on the next election are changing. 28% now think Keir Starmer is likely to be PM, up from 19% in November Likely: 28% (+9) Unlikely: 50% (-9) https://t.co/fl8fWUhSWX https://t.co/3hOPa60orc


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 7:45am
64% of Britons now think Johnson should stand down, up from 48% in November Should remain: 20% (-11) Should stand down: 64% (+16) https://t.co/u7a6swkdAH https://t.co/QjWdAdf2qy


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 7:45am
63% of Britons now think the government is doing badly - the joint highest since the election Approve: 20% (-3 from Jan 10th) Disapprove: 63% (+7) https://t.co/cNlsJohfJl https://t.co/mlr6A56xeu


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 6:01am
English people would support implementing the following lockdown restrictions that are currently in place in Wales: Night clubs closing 👍 55% / 👎 33% Groups of max 6 indoors 👍 51% / 👎 40% No large sports / entertainment events 👍 49% / 👎 41% https://t.co/VRyeY3iiSM https://t.co/341A5f196F


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 5:59am
Whose pandemic approach is better: England or Wales? English people prefer... 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 32% 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 31% Welsh people prefer... 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 17% 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 60% https://t.co/VRyeY3iiSM https://t.co/7k0MH8Jsb1


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 4:50am
It's #WinnieThePoohDay, which marks the perfect time to re-share data from a few years ago showing he is the nation's favourite fictional bear: 1. Winnie the Pooh: 22% 2. Paddington Bear: 15% 3. Baloo: 9% 4. Rupert the Bear: 8% 5. Yogi Bear: 8% https://t.co/RtJc2faJRf https://t.co/J8podcyAyI


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 4:46am
Worth noting with the prior tweet that respondents answered in their own words, with their answers subsequently grouped by us into the above categories

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1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 4:43am
There is also a great deal of confusion among ethnic minority Britons as to who the 'ME' (Minority Ethnic) in 'BAME' refers to https://t.co/aZCG1lbzKD https://t.co/s5GxZ5WwMm


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 4:43am
Broadcasters have agreed to stop using the term 'BAME' wherever possible. YouGov found that ethnic minority Britons tend not to find the term practical or helpful. Few consider it accurate, or to represent themselves or the ethnic minority community well https://t.co/aZCG1lbzKD https://t.co/764aW1EY9P


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Jan 18 - 4:39am
Starting from today, GB News will play the national anthem every day to start its show. Britons are split on the idea of the BBC doing the same: All Brits Support 42% / Oppose 38% Con voters Support 66% / Oppose 20% Lab voters Support 27% / Oppose 56% https://t.co/HvKlrEBP3n https://t.co/fnrgjl8gjn


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1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 12:45pm
RT @YouGov: Looking back over the lockdown periods, do you think [X] generally did or did not follow lockdown rules? Boris Johnson Did - 17% Did not - 73% Keir Starmer Did - 40% Did not - 28% https://t.co/vPSGZoypot https://t.co/woy3FXc90H https://t.co/zYWCtPlpaY


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1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 11:13am
The PM is said to be considering sacking or moving advisers after revelations about parties during lockdown, but just 14% of Brits think they're primarily responsible for the culture in Downing St PM - 35% say is responsible PM's advisers - 14% Both: 39% https://t.co/ApQraPWmY1 https://t.co/ZLbooJNrEH


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1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 10:48am
A six-month trial of the four-day working week has been launched across the UK. We've found previously that 64% of UK business people support a permanent move to four days, and that workers tend to think it would make them more productive https://t.co/OiSsKuID8M https://t.co/ziWA5xv7S9


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1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 10:37am
Looking back over the lockdown periods, do you think [X] generally did or did not follow lockdown rules? Boris Johnson Did - 17% Did not - 73% Keir Starmer Did - 40% Did not - 28% https://t.co/vPSGZoypot https://t.co/woy3FXc90H https://t.co/zYWCtPlpaY


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1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 10:30am
RT @YouGov: How should the BBC be funded? (Dec 2021) Adverts in commercial breaks: 33% TV licence: 23% Subscription model: 16% General taxation: 9% https://t.co/YqNUB9vV6B https://t.co/UNhh3kPMPm


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1 day ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 9:55am
Eating chocolate biscuits with the chocolate side facing down may come highly recommended by Strictly star @mrdanwalker, but just 7% of Britons pop the chocolate side directly on their tongue when they munch a choccy biscuit https://t.co/zd262oWhaP https://t.co/m8Vw2DhmUa https://t.co/bPxLBd5Rbs


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2 days ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 9:17am
RT @YouGov: Do you think Boris Johnson should resign from his role as Prime Minister, or should he remain in his role? % of *2019 Conservative voters* Should resign - 41% Should remain in his role - 47% https://t.co/QaE4WAvnuf

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2 days ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 9:17am
RT @YouGov: Do you think Boris Johnson should resign from his role as Prime Minister, or should he remain in his role? % of *general public* Should resign - 63% Should remain in his role - 24% https://t.co/QaE4WAvnuf

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2 days ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 6:19am
Boris Johnson is planning to use the Royal Navy to curb Channel crossings, it has been reported. Asked previously, 71% of Britons thought this an acceptable way of trying to prevent illegal crossings https://t.co/iiARTLkxaN https://t.co/473SRozmIN


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2 days ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 5:51am
With the FT reporting analysts think annual energy bills could have risen £1,100 by then end of the year (equivalent to £91 a month), a YouGov poll recently found that 65% of Britons say they couldn't afford a £100 a month increase in their cost of living https://t.co/9ktdrvZH4X https://t.co/vrAnOrkNR6 https://t.co/A0EWGmE0Fi


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2 days ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 5:02am
Should over-75s get free TV licences? (Oct 2018) All over-75s should: 53% Over-75s on low-incomes should: 30% No over-75s should get free TV licences: 9% https://t.co/P5B2M7TuGL https://t.co/cFIaTEITq6


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2 days ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 5:02am
Is the BBC licence fee good value for money? (Dec 2021) Good value: 30% Not good value: 59% https://t.co/fk98zG9aXn https://t.co/4hYisQylsB


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2 days ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 5:02am
How fair is the BBC licence fee? (Nov 2021) Fair: 19% Unfair: 62% Neither: 12% https://t.co/TFyF0mNqxN https://t.co/4FHXDMPlZV


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2 days ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 5:02am
How should the BBC be funded? (Dec 2021) Adverts in commercial breaks: 33% TV licence: 23% Subscription model: 16% General taxation: 9% https://t.co/YqNUB9vV6B https://t.co/UNhh3kPMPm


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2 days ago:   Monday Jan 17 - 5:02am
A few figures on public opinion of the BBC. First up: how popular is it among Britons? Like the BBC - 63% Neutral view on the BBC - 13% Dislike the BBC - 23% https://t.co/mIwZkAaALQ https://t.co/Dkf0tVOq0X


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4 days ago:   Saturday Jan 15 - 5:29am
Do you think Boris Johnson should resign from his role as Prime Minister, or should he remain in his role? % of *2019 Conservative voters* Should resign - 41% Should remain in his role - 47% https://t.co/QaE4WAvnuf

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4 days ago:   Saturday Jan 15 - 5:29am
Do you think Boris Johnson should resign from his role as Prime Minister, or should he remain in his role? % of *general public* Should resign - 63% Should remain in his role - 24% https://t.co/QaE4WAvnuf

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4 days ago:   Saturday Jan 15 - 5:18am
70% of Britons think Boris Johnson has not given an honest account of 20 May 2020 when he says he believed that he was at a work event. By 52% to 27%, Tory voters also think Boris has not been honest https://t.co/QaE4WAvnuf https://t.co/P4uy7gNtj7


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4 days ago:   Saturday Jan 15 - 5:18am
Conservative voters now split on whether Boris Johnson should resign Should resign – 41% of 2019 Tory voters Should remain in his role – 47% Even one in five of those who currently intend to vote for the party want to see him gone https://t.co/QaE4WAvnuf https://t.co/zUpf1wqsSQ


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4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 11:56am
What do Brits think the acronym “BYOB” means? Bring your own booze – 38% Bring your own bottle - 39% Bring your own beer – 5% Something else – 1% https://t.co/owihDxh4DH https://t.co/vJgtlsalHl


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4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 11:50am
Brits are in favour of requiring COVID-19 passes to enter nightclubs and large venues Requirement should be kept – 66% Requirement should be dropped – 23% https://t.co/e0MC4Gix8Y https://t.co/BtHDBt4kZg


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4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 11:15am
LGBT adults and Britons from ethic minority backgrounds are more likely to say it would be fair to punish public figures for offensive remarks made a decade or longer, prior to fame https://t.co/28fHbNw3NS https://t.co/MsVCGpPYpM


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4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 11:15am
Would it be fair for a public figure to be punished for offensive remarks made a decade or longer ago, if their age at the time was… ≤15yrs: 11% fair/77% unfair 16-17yrs: 16%/70% 18-19yrs: 37%/48% 20-21yrs: 50%/36% 22-24yrs: 57%/29% 25yrs+: 62%/24% https://t.co/28fHbNw3NS https://t.co/3NeqdvFiuq


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4 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 10:42am
A vast majority of Britons think it is right that Prince Andrew will no longer use the title HRH (His Royal Highness) Right thing to do – 82% Wrong thing to do – 6% https://t.co/sL7Mz5EWCy https://t.co/RT4PDDYU5v


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5 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 9:04am
RT @YouGov: Britons think the ongoing case involving Prince Andrew and Virginia Giuffre is damaging the monarchy Very much – 30% Somewhat – 40% Not very much – 13% Not at all – 4% https://t.co/8nsUaIS63g https://t.co/3ZwLD3I5b7


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5 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 8:58am
RT @YouGov: It has now been reported that Prince Andrew’s military affiliations have been returned to the Queen This is line with the public opinion as 62% of Britons say they think he should resign from his remaining military positions https://t.co/7Vryhzww4l https://t.co/afZ5sAtX7X


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5 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 8:49am
This week's big poll movement for the Conservatives was largely a result of Tory voters going to "don't know". But the party should be very worried by the 20% who now intend to vote for someone else, who will be much harder to bring back into the fold https://t.co/O4bNuhvvN4 https://t.co/XEP4iyPmeF


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5 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 8:49am
Historically, many voters who previously voted for a party but moved into the "don't know" category will move back to that party once an election has been called https://t.co/O4bNuhvvN4 https://t.co/oexllg9cLJ


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5 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 8:49am
Today YouGov's @AdamMcDonnell21 looks behind the headline voting intention to see what's going on with 2019 Conservative voters: Intend to vote Con: 48% (-20 from 13 Oct) Intend to vote for someone else: 20% (+9) Don't know: 25% (+9) https://t.co/O4bNuhvvN4 https://t.co/8WSeRVdVib


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5 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 6:26am
Boris Johnson is now almost as unpopular as Jeremy Corbyn was at his lowest ebb: Boris Johnson, 12 Jan 2022: -52 net favourability Jeremy Corbyn, 3 Jun 2019: -55 https://t.co/gzjfHIBWCm https://t.co/varGTEZJRX

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5 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 6:20am
Net favourability of senior politicians: Rishi Sunak: -4 Keir Starmer: -19 Boris Johnson: -52 Priti Patel: -55 Liz Truss: -23 (45% don't know) https://t.co/gzjfHIBWCm https://t.co/uYbuS6siz6


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5 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 6:20am
Boris Johnson is now more unpopular among the British public than Theresa May was at any point during her time as prime minister. May reached a low of -49 points on 14-15 May 2019 https://t.co/gzjfHIBWCm https://t.co/8s132CbqF7


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5 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 6:20am
Boris Johnson’s net favourability has dropped to another all-time low of -52 Favourable: 20% (-4%) Unfavourable: 73% (+7%) (Changes from 8-9 Dec) https://t.co/gzjfHIBWCm https://t.co/eyz28DnIoI


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5 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 5:22am
Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? (12-13 Jan) Boris Johnson 22% (-1 from 11-12 Jan) Keir Starmer 35% (n/c) Not sure 40% (+2) https://t.co/TCO7v4w0OP https://t.co/6KmxcfmP0M


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5 days ago:   Friday Jan 14 - 5:22am
Latest Westminster voting intention (12-13 Jan) Con 29% (+1 from 11-12 Jan) Lab 40% (+2) Lib Dem 11% (-2) Green 6% (-1) Reform UK 6% (+2) SNP 5% (n/c) Plaid Cymru 1% (-1) Other 1% (-2) https://t.co/TCO7v4w0OP https://t.co/R1zPnuq3ZH


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5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 1:12pm
It has now been reported that Prince Andrew’s military affiliations have been returned to the Queen This is line with the public opinion as 62% of Britons say they think he should resign from his remaining military positions https://t.co/7Vryhzww4l https://t.co/afZ5sAtX7X


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5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 12:23pm
How have lateral flow test seekers been trying to get their hands on tests? Home delivery via https://t.co/Y9V9STtDCq - 59% Collection from pharmacy - 45% Workplace - 17% Family and friends - 11% Collecting from a COVID-19 testing site - 8% https://t.co/PiQGlDi5SM https://t.co/BsKjmruPx4


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5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 12:23pm
Lateral flow test shortages have hit two in five Britons - 25% who got some, but had trouble doing so - 10% who tried and failed to get any - 5% who didn't try because shortage stories meant they didn't expect to get any https://t.co/PiQGlDi5SM https://t.co/dmHsg7pX4k


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5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 10:45am
62% of Brits think Prince Andrew should resign from his remaining military positions Should - 62% Should not -11% https://t.co/7VryhzemQd https://t.co/vp0etPG0Jf


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5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 10:45am
Britons think the ongoing case involving Prince Andrew and Virginia Giuffre is damaging the monarchy Very much – 30% Somewhat – 40% Not very much – 13% Not at all – 4% https://t.co/8nsUaIS63g https://t.co/3ZwLD3I5b7


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5 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 10:45am
How closely are Britons following the story about the allegations made against Prince Andrew by Virginia Giuffre? Very/ fairly closely – 42% Not very closely – 27% Aware but not following - 25% Not aware at all – 6% https://t.co/5BkB8jWtCW https://t.co/nCwBs3kjeX


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6 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 5:18am
Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? (11-12 Jan) Boris Johnson 23% (-5 from 6-7 Jan) Keir Starmer 35% (+2) Not sure 38% (+2) https://t.co/XuN6iuwzvC https://t.co/ibC4wj5FXB


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6 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 5:18am
Labour's 10pt lead over the Tories is their highest since December 2013, with the 28% Conservative vote share being their lowest since the chaos that engulfed the party around the 2019 European elections and their aftermath https://t.co/XuN6iuwzvC https://t.co/ukspbh3iFe


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6 days ago:   Thursday Jan 13 - 5:18am
Latest Westminster voting intention (11-12 Jan) Con 28% (-5 from 6-7 Jan) Lab 38% (+1) Lib Dem 13% (+3) Green 7% (+1) Reform UK 4% (-1) SNP 5% (n/c) Plaid Cymru 2% (+1) Other 3% (n/c) https://t.co/XuN6iuwzvC https://t.co/VhtzziSvKh


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6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 11:07am
RT @YouGov: 78% of Brits think that if parties did occur at Downing Street under Covid rules, then the police should investigate All Brits Should - 78% Should not - 15% Con voters Should - 63% Should not - 28% Lab voters Should - 93% Should not - 4% https://t.co/inrmwi5b4n https://t.co/fDRvGDPwjc


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6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 11:07am
RT @YouGov: Do Britons think that there was a party held in Downing Street in May 2020, that Boris Johnson attended? They certainly do All Brits There was- 88% There wasn’t- 4% Con voters There was- 85% There wasn’t- 5% Lab voters There was- 96% There wasn’t- 1% https://t.co/ppxYHjyBQ2 https://t.co/bmrKJ4Vf65


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6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 11:06am
As far as you know, did you knowingly break Covid rules at any point during 2020? I did, many times - 5% I did, once or twice - 20% I did not - 68% https://t.co/22dzWsU8TN https://t.co/45ghHC2A58


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6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 10:22am
78% of Brits think that if parties did occur at Downing Street under Covid rules, then the police should investigate All Brits Should - 78% Should not - 15% Con voters Should - 63% Should not - 28% Lab voters Should - 93% Should not - 4% https://t.co/inrmwi5b4n https://t.co/fDRvGDPwjc


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6 days ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 10:13am
Do Britons think that there was a party held in Downing Street in May 2020, that Boris Johnson attended? They certainly do All Brits There was- 88% There wasn’t- 4% Con voters There was- 85% There wasn’t- 5% Lab voters There was- 96% There wasn’t- 1% https://t.co/ppxYHjyBQ2 https://t.co/bmrKJ4Vf65


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 5:16am
A man in the US has become the first person in the world to get a heart transplant from a genetically-modified pig. By 41% to 19% Britons say they would do the same, if it meant getting the operation sooner https://t.co/QKsKOZsE9B https://t.co/Q4UFgXZHqB


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jan 12 - 4:14am
The UK has delayed more all-lane smart motorways for the next five years while their safety is assessed. 64% consider them to be more dangerous than motorways with hard shoulders, and 57% are opposed to their use altogether https://t.co/122zKxQpxO https://t.co/A2wFCz7Mtb


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 11:57am
RT @YouGov: How closely are Britons following the stories about the gatherings at Downing Street at a time when they were prohibited? Very closely: 18% Fairly closely: 34% Not very closely: 20% Aware but not following: 23% Not aware: 4% https://t.co/7319cLlvOM https://t.co/y3lqqZGc25


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 11:57am
RT @YouGov: Britons think Boris Johnson should resign as PM All Brits Should resign: 56% Should remain: 27% Con voters Resign: 33% Remain: 52% Lab voters Resign: 82% Remain: 9% https://t.co/1qA7iEY3ZP https://t.co/tK26xwcMKE


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 10:16am
How closely are Britons following the stories about the gatherings at Downing Street at a time when they were prohibited? Very closely: 18% Fairly closely: 34% Not very closely: 20% Aware but not following: 23% Not aware: 4% https://t.co/7319cLlvOM https://t.co/y3lqqZGc25


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 10:04am
Britons think Boris Johnson should resign as PM All Brits Should resign: 56% Should remain: 27% Con voters Resign: 33% Remain: 52% Lab voters Resign: 82% Remain: 9% https://t.co/1qA7iEY3ZP https://t.co/tK26xwcMKE


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 7:24am
% of Brits that would rather have an extra hour of sleep over the following... £20 cash - 47% 1hr with friends/family - 39% Sex with somebody they're attracted to - 36% 1hr with a romantic partner - 31% £50 cash - 23% https://t.co/FA0jp7n4Qz https://t.co/pnj492OkZb


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 7:24am
Women (61%) are more likely than men (49%) to feel tired when they wake up, regardless of how much sleep they get https://t.co/FA0jp7n4Qz https://t.co/f6pwMB4lwO


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 7:24am
Women (49%) are twice as likely as men (21%) to say they'd prefer an extra hour of sleep over having sex with someone they’re attracted to https://t.co/FA0jp7n4Qz https://t.co/1Z3w61OZmU


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 7:24am
Mothers of children under 18 are more likely than fathers to say tiredness has a considerable impact on various aspects of their life Family life Mothers 48% / Fathers 35% Love life Mothers 47% / Fathers 23% Personal life Mothers 44% / Fathers 36% https://t.co/FA0jp7n4Qz https://t.co/tlXG4WKoKM


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 7:24am
Half of parents who have children under 18 say they feel tired most, or all of the time All the time - 22% Most of the time - 30% Half of the time - 31% Rarely - 14% None - 3% https://t.co/FA0jp7n4Qz https://t.co/qhvESupsdU


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 7:24am
Over a third of Britons say they feel tired most, or all of the time All the time - 13% Most of the time - 25% Half of the time - 33% Rarely - 22% https://t.co/FA0jp7n4Qz https://t.co/YdorckP6fO


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 6:05am
Who believes that a meatless diet is a healthier diet? Gen Z - 34% Millennial - 32% Gen X - 28% General population - 27% Baby Boomer - 22% Silent generation - 18% https://t.co/x6D30mjWQ8 https://t.co/JTvNm3cg9P


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 4:51am
Boris Johnson has asked officials to look at cutting the Covid isolation period to five days. The majority of the public (63%) think it should be seven days or more None - 6% Less than 5 days - 4% 5 days - 16% 7 days - 33% 10 days - 22% 14 days - 8% https://t.co/2ghzRi1QbR https://t.co/rSqC8mbF2U


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 4:40am
A polite reminder that most Brits (62%) think it is now time to stop wishing people a ‘Happy New Year’ https://t.co/aG1LC0n7m3 https://t.co/OufI2HI8Hb


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 4:26am
Keir Starmer has said MPs should not receive a pay rise in April, given the cost of living squeeze facing the country. The public tend to think MP salary of £81,932 is already too high Too much - 50% About right - 34% Too little - 7% https://t.co/5UFzq4BD2s https://t.co/oumJ9l84tR


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jan 11 - 4:08am
Latest government approval rating: Approve: 23% (-1 from 2nd Jan) Disapprove: 56% (n/c) https://t.co/RbhfLYT3pU https://t.co/QQsN7eA3t2


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 12:31pm
RT @YouGov: There will be a nationwide baking competition to find a new dessert to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee. A word to the wise: Scones and Victoria sponge are the current champions of sweet British cuisine, so including cream and jam may not be a bad shout https://t.co/2mF0n4khqf https://t.co/4CbpYhB18V


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 12:28pm
A court in China has suggested that infidelity is insufficient grounds for a divorce - a suggestion that is resoundingly rejected by Britons Is grounds for divorce - 78% Is not grounds for a divorce - 8% https://t.co/rOLZEyNfLA https://t.co/7Z6lvzAIbK


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 12:20pm
Morrisons are to scrap use-by dates on their milk in an effort to reduce food waste. Not much of a concern for the 81% of Brits who're confident in their ability to tell whether food or drink has gone off. Much more of a problem for the 15% who aren't https://t.co/5ZeyoyG0jW https://t.co/Q6Jda34rcp


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 10:10am
Britons think Novak Djokovic shouldn’t be allowed to play in the #AusOpen Should be allowed – 18% Should not be allowed – 62% https://t.co/sWgudQQBIu https://t.co/hY57JEWtkr


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 10:05am
% of Tory members who think each would do better / worse against Labour than Boris Johnson Rishi Sunak: 46% / 16% Liz Truss: 33% / 24% Sajid Javid: 20% / 36% Jeremy Hunt: 18% / 48% Michael Gove: 13% / 51% Priti Patel: 10% / 54% Dominic Raab: 10% / 51% https://t.co/Cnr5Caf3EO https://t.co/ScsegbIJIf


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 10:05am
% of Tory members who think each would be a better / worse leader than Boris Johnson Rishi Sunak: 46% / 16% Liz Truss: 39% / 22% Sajid Javid: 23% / 35% Jeremy Hunt: 23% / 49% Michael Gove: 17% / 48% Priti Patel: 13% / 50% Dominic Raab: 13% / 48% https://t.co/Cnr5Caf3EO https://t.co/1IorOTBClD


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 10:05am
Who would you most like to see as the next leader of the Conservative party? (% of Tory members) Rishi Sunak: 33% Liz Truss: 25% Jeremy Hunt: 8% Michael Gove: 6% Sajid Javid: 5% Priti Patel: 4% Dominic Raab: 4% https://t.co/Cnr5Caf3EO https://t.co/VX6He3Uadb


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 10:05am
Can Boris Johnson be trusted to tell the truth? (% of Tory members) Can be trusted: 45% Cannot be trusted: 39% https://t.co/Cnr5Caf3EO https://t.co/uIbHNxGn59


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 10:05am
% of Conservative party members who think Boris Johnson... Has what it takes to win the next general election: 61% Has what it takes to run the country: 60% Has a clear vision for Britain: 55% Has a good team around him: 34% https://t.co/Cnr5Caf3EO https://t.co/Djg2WSeB45


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 10:05am
How likely is it that Boris Johnson will be leader of the Conservative party at the next general election? (% of Tory members) Likely: 47% Unlikely: 45% https://t.co/Cnr5Caf3EO https://t.co/Y6D2vadBE7


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 10:05am
How likely is it that the Conservative party will win the next general election? (% of Tory members) Likely: 79% Unlikely: 14% https://t.co/Cnr5Caf3EO https://t.co/QDlpzUEAm2


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 10:05am
How is Boris Johnson doing as PM? (% of Tory members) Well 61% / Badly 38% How this compares B. Johnson, Jul 2020: Well 85% / Badly 15% T. May, May 2019: Well 20% / Badly 79% T. May, Jul 2018: Well 60% / Badly 39% T. May, Sep 2017: Well 71% / Badly 27% https://t.co/Cnr5Caf3EO https://t.co/2ULOXBCEhH


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 10:05am
Should Boris Johnson remain as leader of the Conservative party? (% of Conservative party members) Should remain leader: 59% Should stand down: 34% https://t.co/Cnr5Caf3EO https://t.co/GzacNIRRrf


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 9:57am
RT @YouGov: Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? (6-7 Jan) Keir Starmer: 33% (-1 from 19-20 Dec) Boris Johnson: 28% (+6) Don't know: 36% https://t.co/I94vTIMsks https://t.co/8n8g85wh1v


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1 week ago:   Monday Jan 10 - 9:57am
RT @YouGov: Latest Westminster voting intention (6-7 Jan) Lab: 37% (+1 from 19-20 Dec) Con: 33% (+3) Lib Dem: 10% (-2) Green: 6% (-2) SNP: 5% (-1) Reform UK: 5% (n/c) https://t.co/I94vTIMsks https://t.co/SllSfb8nqT


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