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14 hours ago:   Monday Oct 3 - 3:44am
The government has now u-turned on abolishing the 45% top rate of tax. Our survey just after the mini-Budget showed that 72% of Britons thought abolishing the tax rate was the wrong priority https://t.co/T8XtK8tK6G

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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 10:21am
Tory MPs have been defending the mini-Budget as the right ideas but just poorly communicated. While Britons agree they were poorly communicated, the majority (61%) believe they were bad ideas anyway - only 14% think they were the right ideas https://t.co/E9klKzGuJY https://t.co/gi3e5gUsTD


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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 10:19am
Do you think Kwasi Kwarteng should resign from his role as Chancellor, or should he remain in his role? All Britons Resign: 54% Stay: 19% Con voters Resign: 42% Stay: 35% https://t.co/v4cioGlO1k https://t.co/PHIMRI33th


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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 10:19am
Do you think Liz Truss should resign from her role as Prime Minister, or should she remain in her role? All Britons Resign: 51% Stay: 25% Con voters Resign: 36% Stay: 43% https://t.co/2dqzFSXmbm https://t.co/KHMnZcaE4R


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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 5:55am
By 45% to 39%, Britons would support a policy of giving employees time off when they're on their period Our study shows 24% of working women who menstruate regularly get period pains bad enough to affect their work, yet 40% have never taken time off https://t.co/729wqmLUEP https://t.co/tBYXnAEOmz https://t.co/lkZL7OQ70J


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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 5:50am
38% of working women who menstruate say they would be more likely to take time off work for period pains if their boss was a woman This rises to 48% among 18-29 year olds, and 51% among working women who regularly have work-affectingly bad period pain https://t.co/729wqmLUEP https://t.co/JnouqCJ58J


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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 5:50am
Stigma is clearly a concern when it comes to taking time off for period pain: just 11% never conceal that the reason they need a sick day is period pain 38% say they always conceal the fact that it is period pain they need time off for https://t.co/729wqmLUEP https://t.co/AvYNhW1k56


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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 5:50am
Working women who regularly get period pains so bad they affect their ability to work rate the painfulness of a typical period at 6.2 / 10 - that's almost as bad as the average *worst ever* period pain score for women in general (6.5) https://t.co/729wqmLUEP https://t.co/ydeChNWbqI


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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 5:50am
40% of working women who regularly have period pains that affect their ability to work have *never* taken any time off for period pains https://t.co/729wqn43SX https://t.co/sBd5mWvpkt


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3 days ago:   Friday Sep 30 - 5:50am
24% of working women who currently menstruate say they regularly get period pains bad enough that they affect their ability to work Only 17% have never experienced such pain Yet many have never taken time off, despite being in such pain... https://t.co/729wqmLUEP https://t.co/qoAC7mTqFP


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:45pm
By 44% to 13%, Britons think Rishi Sunak would be doing a better job as prime minister right now Even among those who currently intend to vote Conservative, more (36%) think he would do better than Truss than think he would be doing worse (29%) https://t.co/qjE87FPC0i https://t.co/QpqjhQp2sM


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:45pm
Is Liz Truss doing well or badly as PM? Well: 15% Badly: 65% Is the government managing the economy well or badly? Well: 11% Badly: 76% Among 2019 Tory voters, 53% think Truss is doing badly and 63% say the same of the government's economic handling https://t.co/qjE87FPC0i https://t.co/BV7eNZml9G


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:36pm
Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? (28-29 Sep) Liz Truss: 15% (-10 from 6-7 Sep) Keir Starmer: 44% (+12) https://t.co/qjE87FPC0i https://t.co/C7ywTbZFBd


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:33pm
Labour is also massively squeezing the Lib Dems: 50% of 2019 Lib Dem voters now intend to vote Labour, up from 27% at the start of the week Just 30% of 2019 Lib Dem voters still intend to back the party https://t.co/qjE87FPC0i https://t.co/9dEaQZCX7d


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:33pm
Just 37% of 2019 Conservative voters still intend to back the party. 17% now intend to vote Labour – this has doubled in the space of a week 26% of Tory voters now don’t know who they intend to vote for https://t.co/qjE87FQ9PQ https://t.co/ye7CAr88eZ


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 12:33pm
Our latest VI poll has Labour with a *33pt* lead over the Tories, the highest of any recorded poll since the late 1990s. (Fieldwork 28-29 Sep) Con: 21% (-7 from 23-25 Sep) Lab: 54% (+9) Lib Dem: 7% (-2) Green: 6% (-1) Reform UK: 4% (+1) SNP: 5% (+1) https://t.co/qjE87FPC0i https://t.co/ddQLH2tixo


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 6:46am
The gap between faith the police will try to investigate a crime and expectation the criminal would be convicted is highest for rape, knife crime, and sexual assault Rape: 78% investigate / 57% conviction Knife crime: 77% / 59% Sexual assault: 71% / 54% https://t.co/dcznBQXhlv https://t.co/8eM3H1lmrl


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 6:46am
% of Britons who think it is *unlikely* someone committing the following crimes will be brought to justice Bicycle theft: 84% Internet/phone scams: 80% Phone/purse snatching: 80% Shoplifting: 72% Minor violent assault: 63% Sexual assault: 33% Rape: 32% https://t.co/dcznBQXhlv https://t.co/meuUs32bXb


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4 days ago:   Thursday Sep 29 - 6:45am
% of Britons who think the police would not try to investigate [x] properly Bicycle theft: 77% Phone/purse snatching: 70% Internet/phone scams: 70% Shoplifting: 67% Anti-social behaviour: 65% Theft: 64% Burglary: 54% Minor violent assault: 51% https://t.co/dcznBQXhlv https://t.co/MftjBBRONE


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 12:00pm
Does the Labour party... Understand the concerns of people like you? Do: 40% / Do not: 37% Share your values? Do: 34% / Do not: 37% Have a clear plan for Britain? Do: 31% / Do not: 39% https://t.co/oNxLiASbxK https://t.co/4gW0eE57PQ


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 12:00pm
Does Keir Starmer look like a PM in waiting? Does: 36% (+14) / Does not: 41% (-16) Does Labour look ready for government? Does: 37% (+11) / Does not: 39% (-13) Fieldwork: 27-28 Sep, changes since 27-29 Aug https://t.co/oNxLiAA2jC https://t.co/q8vTaqX8Wp


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 12:00pm
64% of Britons (including 53% of Conservative voters) support Labour’s plan to set up a publicly owned energy company. Just 13% are opposed https://t.co/oNxLiARDIc https://t.co/OWZJNIL5mx


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 12:00pm
Labour lead over the Conservatives on: NHS: +33 Cost of living: +32 Getting people on housing ladder: +27 Energy provision: +26 Climate change: +26 Ensuring hard workers get on in life: +22 Economic growth: +17 Ukraine: ±0 Brexit: -4 (40% say "neither") https://t.co/oNxLiASbxK https://t.co/3nNf68Mcln


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5 days ago:   Wednesday Sep 28 - 4:32am
RT @YouGov: Nine months after taking the lead in our voting intention polls, Labour have overtaken the Tories in terms of who Britons *think* will win the next election Labour will win: 47% (+10 from mid-Sep) Con will win: 26% (-9) https://t.co/fbTU1seLuq https://t.co/57LT5N9RhM


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 11:37am
60% of Britons expect the current period of economic hardship in the UK to last longer than 18 months https://t.co/3AhoEvfjgp

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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 11:32am
How long do you think it will be before the current period of economic hardship in the UK comes to an end? In next 3-12 months: 10% In next 18 months: 9% In next 2 years: 18% In next 3 years: 14% In next 5 years: 14% Longer than 5 years: 14% https://t.co/rypYSi4ibp https://t.co/WgxHCXO0lU


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 11:27am
Is Keir Starmer like Tony Blair? *LABOUR VOTERS* Is like Blair, and that's a good thing: 9% Is like Blair, and that's a bad thing: 14% Is not like Blair, and that's a good thing: 29% Is not like Blair, and that's a bad thing: 8% Don't know: 41% https://t.co/Ythth76S8U https://t.co/Sxjjb9VCnV


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 11:27am
Is Keir Starmer like Tony Blair? *ALL BRITONS* Is like Blair, and that's a good thing: 6% Is like Blair, and that's a bad thing: 14% Is not like Blair, and that's a good thing: 25% Is not like Blair, and that's a bad thing: 9% Don't know: 47% https://t.co/Ythth76S8U https://t.co/qAhVpDwkBj


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 11:24am
Nine months after taking the lead in our voting intention polls, Labour have overtaken the Tories in terms of who Britons *think* will win the next election Labour will win: 47% (+10 from mid-Sep) Con will win: 26% (-9) https://t.co/fbTU1seLuq https://t.co/57LT5N9RhM


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 4:52am
% who say the following are the wrong priority at this time Abolishing the top rate of tax All Britons: 72% Con voters: 69% Scrapping bankers' bonus cap All Britons: 71% Con voters: 67% https://t.co/NxZYkJEdjZ https://t.co/MlEOgC2Vfe


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 4:22am
Few Britons think the government has a clear plan on how they want to run the economy All Britons Has a clear plan: 25% Does not have a clear plan: 54% Con voters Has a clear plan: 40% Does not have a clear plan: 38% https://t.co/NxZYkJEL9x https://t.co/e4X2clLMDH


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 4:22am
Few Britons think the government's Plan for Growth will actually improve the growth of the British economy All Britons Will improve growth: 15% Will not improve growth: 53% Con voters Will improve growth: 28% Will not improve growth: 37% https://t.co/NxZYkJmBVp https://t.co/Wxr1L6j3kl


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 4:22am
Just 9% of Britons say the mini-Budget will leave the country or themselves and their family better off The country Worse off: 50% No difference: 24% Better off: 9% You and your family Worse off: 37% No difference: 39% Better off: 9% https://t.co/NxZYkJEL9x https://t.co/AArxtsfywn


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 4:22am
How popular are the changes made in the mini-Budget... Income tax cut: 60% say good idea Reversing NI rise: 59% Stamp duty changes: 52% Cancelling corporation tax rise: 31% Removing bankers' bonus cap: 14% Scrapping top tax rate: 11% https://t.co/NxZYkJEL9x https://t.co/cvlD12QNnu


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 4:22am
Kwasi Kwarteng's 'mini-Budget' is the least well received of any financial statement the Tories have made since taking power in 2010 Mini-Budget 2022 Fair: 19% Unfair: 57% Omnishambles Budget 2012 Fair: 32% Unfair: 48% https://t.co/NxZYkJmBVp https://t.co/uXAvB3OiFI


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6 days ago:   Tuesday Sep 27 - 3:25am
Following the 'mini-Budget', Labour's voting intention lead increases to the highest YouGov has ever recorded, at 17pts (fieldwork 23-25 Sep) Con: 28% (-4 from 21-22 Sep) Lab: 45% (+5) Lib Dem: 9% (=) Green: 7% (-1) Reform UK: 3% (=) SNP: 4% (-1) https://t.co/8EYdo2Uqjs https://t.co/2DtBdy6GT8


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 11:43am
Confidence in Liz Truss/Tories to tackle the rising cost of living A lot/some confidence: 19% Not much/no confidence: 72% https://t.co/utcI04UX76 Confidence in Keir Starmer/Labour to tackle the rising cost of living A lot/some: 36% Not much/none: 54% https://t.co/mj8gfj8L8h

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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 11:40am
How much confidence do you have, if any, that a Labour government under Keir Starmer would have the right policies and plans to tackle the rising cost of living? A lot/some: 36% Not much/none: 54% https://t.co/mj8gfj8L8h https://t.co/M05SIYkcNS


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 11:40am
How much confidence do you have, if any, that Liz Truss’s government has the right policies and plans to tackle the rising cost of living? All Britons A lot/some confidence: 19% Not much/no confidence: 72% Con voters A lot/some: 39% Not much/none: 54% https://t.co/utcI05cxYE https://t.co/7WOiSYMoma


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 11:35am
Do you think it does or does not matter to the British economy how the Pound’s exchange rate compares with other currencies? Does matter: 80% Does not matter: 6% https://t.co/SdkF7a6yf0 https://t.co/P485QFsEz6


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 4:51am
What is 'woke' according to people who consider themselves woke? LGBT, racial, gender equality: 54-60% (down 5-11 points from Feb 2021) Supporting BLM: 55% (-11) Removing statues: 47% (-7) Climate action: 42% (-16) Negativity to British Empire: 26% (-2) https://t.co/Kjza6Eu5qf https://t.co/tFrGCXmbmK


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 4:51am
More voters now understanding of what 'woke' means - so do they think it is a good or bad thing? Con voters Good thing: 3% (= from Feb 2021) Bad thing: 39% (+12) Neither: 13% (+7) Lab voters Good thing: 27% (+15) Bad thing: 15% (+7) Neither: 23% (+17) https://t.co/Kjza6Eu5qf https://t.co/lXNyNZMB4p


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 4:51am
As understanding of the term 'woke' increases, Britons are increasingly likely to say it does not apply to them Consider selves woke: 16% of all Britons (+4 from Feb 2021) Don't consider selves woke: 35% (+12) https://t.co/Kjza6Eu5qf https://t.co/JjK3z8cJQw


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 4:51am
Few Britons say they used the term woke (17%) but those who do overwhelmingly use it in a pejorative sense (73%) https://t.co/Kjza6Ecu1F https://t.co/0GUmUBcAGv


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1 week ago:   Monday Sep 26 - 4:51am
Most Britons now say they know what 'woke' means Know what it means: 57% (+16 from Feb 2021) Heard used, unsure of meaning: 21% (=) Heard used, no idea of meaning: 7% (-1) Never heard used: 15% (-15) https://t.co/Kjza6Eu5qf https://t.co/YDfzVcSa5E


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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 11:49am
Conservative voters on the measures Kwasi Kwarteng announced today 60% say it will leave people like them no better off 58% say they will benefit wealthier people more than poorer people 40% say will not be effective at growing the economy (only 32% think they will be effective) https://t.co/VidtA0FvS0

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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 11:11am
How effective, if at all, do you think the measures the Chancellor has announced will be at growing the British economy? Very/fairly effective: 19% Not very/at all effective: 52% https://t.co/F9tCLN4gTa https://t.co/8wOLPta9Yz


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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 11:11am
Do you think the changes the Chancellor announced this week will make people like you better or worse off, or will make no difference? Better off: 19% No difference: 34% Worse off: 28% https://t.co/XuIS7P1K6M https://t.co/LWCtqswr4P


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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 11:11am
Do you think the changes the Chancellor announced this week will generally benefit wealthier people more, poorer people more, or benefit both equally? Wealthier people: 63% Poorer people: 3% Both equally: 9% https://t.co/KPiP0ZZTlf https://t.co/v83h52kSQG


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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 8:30am
RT @YouGov: One in five Britons say they have been *forced* to make cutbacks to staple foods and household essentials % who have been forced to cut spending on... Clothes: 29% Non-essential foods: 26% Household essentials: 21% Staple foods: 21% Toiletries: 19% https://t.co/CcZuLYIUF1 https://t.co/QUd6xp7g6r


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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 5:41am
In the lowest income households, more than a quarter of Britons have been *forced* to make spending cuts to staple foods (29%), household essentials (28%) and toiletries (27%) https://t.co/CcZuLYImPt https://t.co/1VRDyQkBIK


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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 5:41am
One in five Britons say they have been *forced* to make cutbacks to staple foods and household essentials % who have been forced to cut spending on... Clothes: 29% Non-essential foods: 26% Household essentials: 21% Staple foods: 21% Toiletries: 19% https://t.co/CcZuLYIUF1 https://t.co/QUd6xp7g6r


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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 5:24am
Latest YouGov Westminster voting intention (21-22 Sep) Con: 32% (no change from 11-12 Sep) Lab: 40% (-2) Lib Dem: 9% (-1) Green: 8% (+1) Reform UK: 3% (+1) SNP: 5% (+1) https://t.co/TmMALqjUEN https://t.co/LXJhkGlTSN


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1 week ago:   Friday Sep 23 - 4:53am
The government has lifted the cap on bankers' bonuses, despite strong opposition from the public. All Britons Should scrap: 15% Should not scrap: 67% Con voters Should scrap: 20% Should not scrap: 65% https://t.co/XSCh0y0ucB https://t.co/lJcMuHvX5Q


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1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 11:36am
With regards to COVID 19, which matters more? Trying to save every life: 47% Protecting the economy: 24% https://t.co/GePk2HXXET https://t.co/30FXvUIvMH


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1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 11:35am
Is the Covid‑19 pandemic now over? Is now over: 24% Is not over yet: 64% https://t.co/jyMaJS3r4a https://t.co/PdSvJ9bid5


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1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 7:26am
As of May this year, Conservative voters are now net in favour of shale gas extraction Latest net figures: Con voters: +16 (up from -20 in June 2021) All Britons: -19 (up from -42) Lab voters: -50 (up from -67) https://t.co/FXzMuYfvym https://t.co/iE0ka0KYdh


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1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 7:26am
With the government lifting the fracking ban, Britons remain opposed to shale gas extraction by 47% to 28% While opposition is down from June 2021 (when it stood at 59%), it has remained static since May https://t.co/FXzMuYeXIO https://t.co/6WFpKiZ7R3


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1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 6:29am
However, few think it need come to withdrawing support to Ukraine just yet. 61% of Britons say the govt has a great deal/fair amount of capacity to help bring down the cost of living before it would have to withdraw support for Ukraine https://t.co/1kH1pELZse https://t.co/YVDIUjrrk8


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1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 6:29am
On a forced choice Q between funding Ukraine vs cost of living, Britons are divided: Do more to help cost of living, even if it means withdrawing support to Ukraine: 38% Maintain Ukraine support, even if more cannot be done to help cost of living: 37% https://t.co/1kH1pEMxhM https://t.co/QT1ZRteA16


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1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 6:29am
However, when asked to choose between sanctions against Russia and various financial penalties, Britons are divided. 40% support / 42% oppose keeping current sanctions if they mean an increase in energy prices https://t.co/1kH1pEMxhM https://t.co/RUymNx6lhc


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1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 6:29am
Support for actions we could take to support Ukraine / oppose Russia has remained at about the same level over the course of the war 75% support more sanctions against Russian interests in UK 69% support sending weapons https://t.co/1kH1pELZse https://t.co/wQ21nYTxBx


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1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 6:29am
So how high is support for Ukraine in Britain? 84% want Ukraine to win the war (just 4% Russia) 60% who want Ukraine to win say they care a great deal that this is the case - this represents 50% of all Britons https://t.co/1kH1pELZse https://t.co/B1xt7ALRFU


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1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 6:29am
But do people think the war in Ukraine is a MAJOR factor in the rising cost of living? Again, the answer is yes, but as many think other factors are comparably big Ukraine: 50% major factor Corporate greed: 49% Govt weakness: 45% Brexit: 30% COVID: 26% https://t.co/1kH1pELZse https://t.co/lwmfnHK9RZ


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1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 6:29am
Do people associate 🇺🇦 with the cost of living? Yes. In fact, it tops the list of factors they think are responsible Ukraine: 45% in unprompted Q / 74% in prompted Q Corporate greed: 15% / 67% Govt weakness: 14% / 62% COVID: 16% / 56% Brexit: 15% / 54% https://t.co/1kH1pEMxhM https://t.co/5iBRv4ptJa


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1 week ago:   Thursday Sep 22 - 6:29am
What impact is the cost of living crisis having on support for Ukraine? /🧵 https://t.co/1kH1pEMxhM https://t.co/uZhYISHOOv


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Sep 21 - 12:39pm
Liz Truss famously finds it disgraceful that Britain imports two thirds of its cheese. But what cheese do Britons like most? Top five shown Cheddar: 39% Stilton: 7% Brie: 6% Red Leicester: 6% Mozzarella: 5% https://t.co/grRQWjml1L https://t.co/cTSVW0aqWQ


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Sep 21 - 12:23pm
And from what you have seen or heard, do you think the Government is spending too much helping businesses with energy costs, not enough, or is getting the balance about right? Too much: 8% Not enough: 35% About right: 28% https://t.co/3wB8jnJhI2 https://t.co/pSKBSHhVCq


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Sep 21 - 12:22pm
The government has announced plans to fix energy bills at a point below their current level for businesses, charities and the public sector for the next six months. Do you support or oppose this plan? Support: 78% Oppose: 7% https://t.co/NMuoYwKVXQ https://t.co/FjAbgENKuM


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Sep 21 - 4:41am
If Britain were attacked with nuclear weapons, would Britons support retaliating with nuclear weapons? All Britons: 54% support / 20% not support Con voters: 75% support / 10% not support Lab voters: 41% support / 31% not support https://t.co/2zT7yHQvG3 https://t.co/spISCpy8CH


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Sep 21 - 4:41am
Does the UK having nuclear weapons make Britons feel more safe or less safe? More safe: 34% Less safe: 18% Neither: 33% https://t.co/2zT7yHQvG3 https://t.co/VWiDbk5olN


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Sep 21 - 4:41am
% of Britons who say it is likely for a nuclear weapon to be used in... 5 years: 39% 10 years: 33% 20 years: 35% % of Britons who say it is likely there will be a nuclear war in... 5 years: 27% 10 years: 26% 20 years: 29% https://t.co/2zT7yHQvG3 https://t.co/N7RfBJ8N8b


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Sep 21 - 4:41am
One in three Britons (35%) say they have considered what they would do in the event of a nuclear attack https://t.co/2zT7yHQvG3 https://t.co/0fy2nXFKgd


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Sep 21 - 4:41am
With Vladimir Putin's regime making nuclear threats against Britain today, the new YouGov Study of War shows the nation's thoughts on nuclear weapons /🧵 https://t.co/2zT7yHQvG3

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 20 - 11:22am
One in three Britons under the age of 50 say they don't know the words to the national anthem Know at least first verse 18-24yr olds: 51% 25-49: 60% 50-64: 87% 65+: 93% Don't know national anthem 18-24yr olds: 37% 25-49: 33% 50-64: 10% 65+: 6 https://t.co/pZk4ylK2ns https://t.co/NX7fyTKW14


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 20 - 11:20am
Do you think the television broadcasters overall did a good or a bad job at commemorating the death of the Queen? Good job: 81% Bad job: 9% https://t.co/SEOFypf9PE https://t.co/omwQkxnh9y


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 20 - 11:20am
Do you think Britain overall did a good or a bad job at commemorating the death of the Queen? Good job: 86% Bad job: 5% https://t.co/rL4HNULvJa https://t.co/AkRpcWn9TN


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Sep 20 - 9:32am
RT @YouGov: Now the Queen has passed, Prince William takes the mantle of the most popular royal Prince William: 84% (+9 from May) Catherine: 80% (+10) King Charles III: 70% (+16) Camilla: 55% (+8) Prince Harry: 47% (+15) Meghan: 30% (+7) Prince Andrew: 7% (+2) https://t.co/IHfOUp4ZEt https://t.co/KIpzQFJDiH


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2 weeks ago:   Sunday Sep 18 - 7:42am
Now the Queen has passed, Prince William takes the mantle of the most popular royal Prince William: 84% (+9 from May) Catherine: 80% (+10) King Charles III: 70% (+16) Camilla: 55% (+8) Prince Harry: 47% (+15) Meghan: 30% (+7) Prince Andrew: 7% (+2) https://t.co/IHfOUp4ZEt https://t.co/KIpzQFJDiH


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YouGov
2 weeks ago:   Sunday Sep 18 - 7:33am
There is little appetite for a referendum on the monarchy All Britons Should be a ref: 22% / Should not be a ref: 64% 18-24yr olds Should be: 29% / Should not be: 45% 65+yr olds Should be: 12% / Should not be: 81% https://t.co/IHfOUp4ZEt https://t.co/yzQkFM6ya8


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2 weeks ago:   Sunday Sep 18 - 7:33am
Likewise, young Britons are *fifty points* less likely than older Britons to see the monarchy as good for the UK 18-24 yr olds Good: 32% (+8 since May) Neither: 27% (-7) Bad: 27% (+11) 65+ yr olds Good: 82% (+8) Neither: 11% (-7) Bad: 4% (-2) https://t.co/IHfOUp5xu1 https://t.co/y04V4A8DXv


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2 weeks ago:   Sunday Sep 18 - 7:33am
Despite a (likely temporary) uptick the young are far less likely than the old to want to keep the monarchy 18-24yr olds Keep monarchy: 47% (+14 from May) Elected head of state: 33% (+2) 65+yr olds Keep monarchy: 86% (+9) Elected head of state: 8% (-5) https://t.co/IHfOUp4ZEt https://t.co/oXijcnzIJg


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2 weeks ago:   Sunday Sep 18 - 7:33am
The monarchy sees a minor improvement in public opinion (change since Platinum Jubilee in May) UK should continue to have monarchy: 67% (+5) Royal family is good value for money: 62% (+7) Monarchy is good for Britain: 62% (+6) Proud of monarchy: 55% (+8) https://t.co/IHfOUp4ZEt

YouGov
2 weeks ago:   Friday Sep 16 - 11:53am
Most Britons (58%) say it is unfair that MPs and Lords are able to attend the Queen's lying in state without queueing https://t.co/bZYzewMQ72 https://t.co/NIuzcdZka8


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Sep 16 - 11:48am
Has the way in which the country has responded to the death of the Queen, and the accession of the King, made you feel mostly proud of Britain, or not? Has: 64% Has not: 19% https://t.co/dNCSu10Bjg https://t.co/q7MgUPiz7r


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Sep 16 - 11:43am
Taking everything into account, do you think Britain is a better or worse country to live than it was in 1952, when Queen Elizabeth II ascended to the throne? Better: 43% (+5 from May) Neither: 15% (-2) Worse: 29% (-1) https://t.co/tZvRYvZl1A https://t.co/IIrsKO287N


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Sep 16 - 6:35am
What do Britons think the situation in Ukraine will be in 12 months? Ukraine and Russia will still be at war: 46% (-7 since June) Ukraine will be independent and Russia will have withdrawn: 29% (+16) Ukraine will be under Russian control: 5% (-6) https://t.co/4Gd2G85GkB https://t.co/UiNFKf6FLx


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Sep 16 - 6:32am
For the first time since the war began, Britons are more likely to think the advantage lies with Ukraine than Russia Ukraine has the advantage: 31% (+25 since June) Russia has the advantage: 14% (-23) Neither side has the advantage: 36% (-1) https://t.co/4Gd2G85GkB https://t.co/OhM9JIoHnE


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 15 - 11:12am
Do you think that school days are or are not the best days of your life? They are: 27% They are not: 56% https://t.co/upWnHtGNxY https://t.co/LqgJZ89skA


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 15 - 11:11am
The government is reportedly considering plans to scrap the cap on bankers' bonuses. Britons are strongly against the idea. All Britons Should scrap: 15% Should not scrap: 67% Con voters Should scrap: 20% Should not scrap: 65% https://t.co/QRJrXtBwxo https://t.co/deZtyLvHhT


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 15 - 11:03am
What are your main plans, if any, for the Bank Holiday on the day of the Queen's funeral? Watching the funeral or doing something to commemorate the Queen: 43% Having a normal day off: 34% Working or volunteering: 8% https://t.co/avLXw5sMYp https://t.co/agpX1p4PT5


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 15 - 10:51am
RT @YouGov: % saying it is right to do in reaction to the Queen's death Close schools: 77% Close shops: 72% Stop the post: 66% Postpone football matches: 56% Reduced weather forecasts: 40% Cancel non-essential medical: 32% Close accommodation + kick out guests: 13% https://t.co/tdQsritqbh https://t.co/wO67jEhWlb


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 15 - 8:52am
RT @YouGov: Do you think brands making announcements paying their respects to the Queen are doing so more because they... Are trying to maintain a positive public image for themselves: 58% Have a sincere desire to pay tribute to the Queen: 28% https://t.co/tdQsritqbh https://t.co/eKlTaTCkpt


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 15 - 5:34am
% saying it is right to do in reaction to the Queen's death Close schools: 77% Close shops: 72% Stop the post: 66% Postpone football matches: 56% Reduced weather forecasts: 40% Cancel non-essential medical: 32% Close accommodation + kick out guests: 13% https://t.co/tdQsritqbh https://t.co/wO67jEhWlb


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 15 - 5:34am
% saying it is appropriate for the following kinds of brands to make announcements paying their respects to the Queen Brands with a royal warrant: 83% Supermarkets: 60% Fast food chains: 48% Gambling companies: 32% Lingerie/sex toy brands: 27% https://t.co/tdQsrisSlJ https://t.co/5dSgHhogGj


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Sep 15 - 5:34am
Do you think brands making announcements paying their respects to the Queen are doing so more because they... Are trying to maintain a positive public image for themselves: 58% Have a sincere desire to pay tribute to the Queen: 28% https://t.co/tdQsritqbh https://t.co/eKlTaTCkpt


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 14 - 11:47am
Do you think Britain will change due to the death of the Queen? It will, in the short term: 18% It will, in the long term: 44% It won't: 27% https://t.co/ArkBEX5EYX https://t.co/fFqVzdCOM8


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 14 - 11:43am
Do you think it would be right or wrong for pubs to be closed on the day of the Queen’s funeral? Right: 44% Wrong: 36% https://t.co/3ixzBauhtM https://t.co/oksTo8Xtq3


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 14 - 11:40am
What do you think has a bigger impact on Britain? A new monarch: 39% A new prime minister: 49% https://t.co/pmNL9Gq6tB https://t.co/eNlYiVXzLL


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Sep 14 - 7:44am
67% of Britons support making it a legal requirement for local authorities to provide free period products (such a duty already exists in Scotland) https://t.co/Huqn3jTee8 https://t.co/lhWmG6veZH


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