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20 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 11:49am
People are much more likely to identify "very strongly" with a Brexit allegiance (51%) than a party one (15%): 62% of Leavers and 58% of Remainers identify "very strongly" with that identity. Just 20% for Conservative identity and 24% for Labour https://t.co/JnmHeAaYPG https://t.co/SYHP1U0xtW


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20 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 11:49am
Britons are much more likely to identify as a 'Remainer' or 'Leaver' than to identify with a political party. 86% of Brits have a Brexit identity, compared to only 68% who have a party identity https://t.co/JnmHeAaYPG https://t.co/pgH5S5dhmS


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22 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 10:13am
78% of Labour voters think a Labour-led govt with other parties is a realistic election outcome, and 49% think a Lab majority can happen. Tory voters are more likely to think a Con majority is likely (82%) than a Con-led govt with other parties (70%) https://t.co/QbAzvE1KPA https://t.co/op12Pr1Mbv


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22 hours ago:   Thursday Nov 14 - 10:13am
What election outcomes do Britons think are still realistic at this stage? Con-led government with other parties - 63% think is realistic Con majority government - 59% Lab-led government with other parties - 41% Lab majority government - 19% https://t.co/QbAzvE1KPA https://t.co/dkELaEWmNs


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 10:16am
We've updated our political trackers page with more than 30 new trackers! You can now find opinion on: - Govt handling of policy areas - Preferred Con vs Lab govt for policy areas - Boris Johnson attributes - Jeremy Corbyn attributes https://t.co/33vKWhmd6X https://t.co/YQdhLEHNrQ


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 9:59am
Latest YouGov favourability figures (11-12 Nov) Johnson - 👍43 / 👎49 (net -6) Swinson - 👍24 / 👎48 (net -24) Sturgeon - 👍25 / 👎57 (net -32) Farage - 👍27 / 👎62 (net -35) Corbyn - 👍24 / 👎66 (net -42) https://t.co/33vKWhmd6X https://t.co/cJ2m9Mbtw0


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 5:34am
RT @YouGov: 53% of Britons support adding a penny on the basic rate of income tax to better fund the NHS. It's a policy popular across all voting intentions: 66% - Labour 62% - Lib Dem 51% - Brexit Party 50% - Conservative https://t.co/aJj2JLSYxx https://t.co/mpTrtuxi9V


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 4:49am
Britons are even more likely (63%) to support raising National Insurance to better fund the NHS. This is a less progressive move than the tax increase, however, as it means people on low earnings would have to pay while wealthier pensioners would not https://t.co/aJj2JLSYxx https://t.co/xSj2yj171o


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Nov 13 - 4:49am
53% of Britons support adding a penny on the basic rate of income tax to better fund the NHS. It's a policy popular across all voting intentions: 66% - Labour 62% - Lib Dem 51% - Brexit Party 50% - Conservative https://t.co/aJj2JLSYxx https://t.co/mpTrtuxi9V


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 1:51pm
RT @YouGov: Latest Westminster voting intention (11-12 Nov, minor methodological change, see following tweet) Con - 42% Lab - 28% Lib Dem - 15% Brexit Party - 4% Green - 4% Other - 7% https://t.co/33vKWh4Cfp https://t.co/K7UujhvToT


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 12:59pm
% of Brits who did something to commemorate Remembrance Day this year: All Brits: 43% did / 51% did not 18-24 year olds: 30% did / 53% did not 60+ year olds: 53% did / 46% did not https://t.co/OZu11Vut5D https://t.co/7SbsE82KxW


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 12:44pm
With Nigel Farage saying he was offered a peerage shortly before standing down candidates in Conservative seats, the majority of Brits (55%) say they are opposed to the prospect of Lord Farage in the second chamber https://t.co/1ixlHYw1ZO https://t.co/sKIdux33uh


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 12:26pm
Now the Brexit Party isn't standing everywhere, we've changed methodology so respondents can only choose parties likely to stand in their constituency. Impact on VI is: Con 42% (+3 from prev methodology) Lab 28% (+2) Lib Dem 15% (-1) Brexit Party 4% (-5) https://t.co/r4JXVC90Qj https://t.co/OATFiSVlLH


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 12:25pm
Latest Westminster voting intention (11-12 Nov, minor methodological change, see following tweet) Con - 42% Lab - 28% Lib Dem - 15% Brexit Party - 4% Green - 4% Other - 7% https://t.co/33vKWh4Cfp https://t.co/K7UujhvToT


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 10:44am
By 43% to 20% Brits think that Russia does have behind the scenes influence in British politics. Labour (57%) and Lib Dem voters (66%) are more confident of this than Conservative voters (34%) https://t.co/Y31kpORKa2 https://t.co/UOPgjfjvsV


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 8:23am
RT @YouGov: Labour economic policies are popular. % of Britons who support... Raise income tax rate to 50% on £123,000+ - 64% Raise income tax rate to 45% on £80,000+ - 60% Workers on company boards - 54% Wealth tax - 53% Nationalise railways/utilities - 45-56% https://t.co/otldsfJ8lG https://t.co/tCAXK1k32s


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 7:06am
Among both Remain and Leave voters who support Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, the prospect of getting Brexit done is by far the primary motivator https://t.co/7barMKRULd https://t.co/d9sZ8vg7N9


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 7:06am
Why do people support Boris Johnson's Brexit deal? Few support it enthusiastically: most common reason by far is "to get Brexit done" (52%). Guest article by @StephenDFisher @EMMacfarlane_ @ProfTimBale on support for the deal and what it means for GE2019 https://t.co/7barMKRULd https://t.co/qLf3J9jT5o


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 6:32am
So if Labour's economic policies are so popular, why isn't Labour more popular? (2/2) Britons trust Boris Johnson more on economy than Corbyn (34% vs 16%) 70% unfavourable view of Corbyn 68% say Brexit a top 3 issue facing country, just 25% for economy https://t.co/otldsfJ8lG https://t.co/MfQ1G0XFs6


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 6:32am
So if Labour's economic policies are so popular, why isn't Labour more popular? (1/2) 53% think Labour pledges unaffordable 57% expect economic recession if Labour win 67% think Labour pledges would require tax increases https://t.co/otldsfJ8lG https://t.co/uK5zkwSZ4K


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Nov 12 - 6:32am
Labour economic policies are popular. % of Britons who support... Raise income tax rate to 50% on £123,000+ - 64% Raise income tax rate to 45% on £80,000+ - 60% Workers on company boards - 54% Wealth tax - 53% Nationalise railways/utilities - 45-56% https://t.co/otldsfJ8lG https://t.co/tCAXK1k32s


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3 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 1:13pm
Those in households making over £150,000 a year are twice as likely to have come from wealthy families, YouGov’s Affluent Perspective polling of wealthy UK adults shows https://t.co/Vq5rnaYPuh https://t.co/B58k03JC6T


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3 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 11:44am
What Brits feel about the upcoming general election... Fear: 25% Anger: 15% Confusion: 14% Enthusiasm: 7% Excitement: 5% Pride: 1% https://t.co/2sxA61C2oi https://t.co/z7tsIKfsZu


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3 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 11:25am
Remain voters (18%) are twice as likely as Leave voters (9%) to have fallen out with their family and/or friends over Brexit https://t.co/ojUcFCJoU7 https://t.co/mezOMJF4Pt


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3 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 10:59am
RT @YouGov: Nigel Farage's pledge not to stand Brexit Party candidates in Tory-held seats will likely make little difference, says YouGov's @chriscurtis94 - it's in Labour marginals where the Brexit Party most damages the Conservatives' chances https://t.co/8LhuBT7Zky

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3 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 8:32am
Nigel Farage's pledge not to stand Brexit Party candidates in Tory-held seats will likely make little difference, says YouGov's @chriscurtis94 - it's in Labour marginals where the Brexit Party most damages the Conservatives' chances https://t.co/8LhuBT7Zky

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4 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 7:58am
RT @YouGov: Protecting Northern Ireland's place within the Union has been a key element in the Brexit negotiations. Yet asked to choose between their preferred outcome on Brexit and keeping NI in the UK, 64% of Leave voters and 58% of Remain voters opt for the former https://t.co/8GqPdGvNJ8 https://t.co/BohdFbzz4U


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4 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 6:19am
A majority of Brits (56%) are, however, secure in themselves. Notably, men (65%) are more likely than women (50%) to describe themselves as such https://t.co/VbD6GdNh3J https://t.co/zAJKWAIP19


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4 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 6:19am
One in four Brits (23%) say they don't like themselves either most, or all of the time, compared to 73% who do https://t.co/VbD6GdNh3J https://t.co/G5It4HFr97


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4 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 6:19am
Brits don’t rate their own looks much. 8 in 10 (79%) see themselves as either average or worse in the looks department https://t.co/VbD6GdNh3J https://t.co/YgNQ5t7kOg


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4 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 6:19am
Britons are also predominately shy: 57% are either very or quite shy, compared to 40% who say they’re not very, or not shy at all https://t.co/VbD6GdNh3J https://t.co/flKb3NWaNZ


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4 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 6:19am
True to the stereotype, we can confirm that Brits are indeed a reserved people. 60% of describe themselves as such, compared to 31% who say they’re outgoing https://t.co/VbD6GdNh3J https://t.co/Hk3XXGqfrw


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4 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 6:19am
For the first part of our Big Survey project, @MilanDinic1 has taken a deep dive into the British personality. Taken from the study, here are five things the British public think about themselves https://t.co/VbD6GdNh3J https://t.co/GqbGfOGFEu


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4 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 4:46am
While Emily Thornberry may not be able to name an occasion where Corbyn has backed the use of UK armed forces, the fact is that Britons themselves tend to think we were wrong to take part in the conflicts we've been embroiled in from the 1990s on https://t.co/RlpoA0kQpT https://t.co/ip65T8FwDz


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4 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 4:23am
The new YouGov study exposes the weaknesses in the link between Northern Ireland and the rest of the UK. Ultimately, as many as 41% of mainland Britons say they don't care very much or at all about the things that happen in Northern Ireland https://t.co/8GqPdGvNJ8 https://t.co/Jkb6NhCoCv


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4 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 4:23am
41% of mainland Britons wouldn't be bothered if Northern Ireland left the UK. An identical 41% would be upset to see it go, while 9% would be actively pleased. https://t.co/8GqPdGvNJ8 https://t.co/Del4wEFwy9


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4 days ago:   Monday Nov 11 - 4:23am
Protecting Northern Ireland's place within the Union has been a key element in the Brexit negotiations. Yet asked to choose between their preferred outcome on Brexit and keeping NI in the UK, 64% of Leave voters and 58% of Remain voters opt for the former https://t.co/8GqPdGvNJ8 https://t.co/BohdFbzz4U


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4 days ago:   Sunday Nov 10 - 12:34pm
Season 4 of Rick and Morty kicks off tonight. Fans of the show will be distressed to find out that in a head to head with The Simpsons, just 14% of those who have seen both say Rick and Morty is better (compared to 69% for The Simpsons) https://t.co/zTHoQL8EUO https://t.co/zpJk4f9qCv


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4 days ago:   Sunday Nov 10 - 10:11am
RT @YouGov: Who Brits trust most to handle the economy: Sajid Javid: 22% John McDonnell: 13% Neither: 36% Don't know: 29% https://t.co/XpF0fKEynr https://t.co/Fy6K19vfFg


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4 days ago:   Sunday Nov 10 - 10:11am
RT @YouGov: How Britons think Labour would spend on public services, should they form a government post election: More than now: 57% The same as now: 12% Less than now: 9% https://t.co/6BzsKH4h0b https://t.co/V72YqaVZE8


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4 days ago:   Sunday Nov 10 - 10:11am
RT @YouGov: How Britons think the Conservatives would spend on public services, should they form a government post election: More than now: 29% The same as now: 27% Less than now: 23% https://t.co/jCza5Y1Tcn https://t.co/4iK1xHnvCf


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4 days ago:   Sunday Nov 10 - 10:05am
By 40% to 20% Brits support people wearing poppies that are not red for #Remembrance. 35% say they neither support nor oppose it https://t.co/CeMRtVidCW https://t.co/zy8E4ydJ3R


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4 days ago:   Sunday Nov 10 - 10:05am
Britons think #RemembranceDay is to remember British & Commonwealth soldiers that... - Served in all wars from WWI onwards: 51% - Were killed in WWI onwards: 37% https://t.co/CeMRtVidCW https://t.co/1GcYcQm95H


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5 days ago:   Sunday Nov 10 - 3:51am
Latest Westminster voting intention (7-8 Nov) Con - 39% (+3 from 5-6 Nov) Lab - 26% (+1) Lib Dem - 17% (n/c) Brexit Party - 10% (-1) Green - 4% (-1) Other - 4% (-2) https://t.co/F0Vo2UoGli https://t.co/zFLdIifVpq


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5 days ago:   Saturday Nov 9 - 10:04am
Who Brits trust most to handle the economy: Sajid Javid: 22% John McDonnell: 13% Neither: 36% Don't know: 29% https://t.co/XpF0fKEynr https://t.co/Fy6K19vfFg


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5 days ago:   Saturday Nov 9 - 10:02am
How Britons think Labour would spend on public services, should they form a government post election: More than now: 57% The same as now: 12% Less than now: 9% https://t.co/6BzsKH4h0b https://t.co/V72YqaVZE8


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5 days ago:   Saturday Nov 9 - 10:02am
How Britons think the Conservatives would spend on public services, should they form a government post election: More than now: 29% The same as now: 27% Less than now: 23% https://t.co/jCza5Y1Tcn https://t.co/4iK1xHnvCf


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6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 9:12am
⚡️ We've broken down voting intention in all English regions plus Scotland and Wales. Both main parties down everywhere, but Labour have been hit particularly hard and are on course for their worst performance in more than 100 years in Scotland and Wales https://t.co/bZvQiWN80r https://t.co/lMfws6c0sg


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6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 8:57am
Westminster voting intention in the WALES (31 Oct - 4 Nov) Lab - 29% (-20 from GE2017 result) Con - 28% (-6) Brexit Party - 15% (+13 on UKIP GE2017) Plaid Cymru - 12% (+2) Lib Dem - 12% (+7) Green - 3% (+3) https://t.co/0LPtXVCDTX https://t.co/M0E84vmRxv


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6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 8:57am
Westminster voting intention in the SCOTLAND (23-25 Oct) SNP - 42% (+5 from GE2017 result) Con - 22% (-7) Lib Dem - 13% (+6) Lab - 12% (-15) Brexit Party - 6% (+6 on UKIP GE2017) Green - 4% (+4) https://t.co/0LPtXVCDTX https://t.co/MH4zQl5MCV


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6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 8:57am
Westminster voting intention in the SOUTH WEST (17-28 Oct) Con - 41% (-10 from GE2017 result) Lib Dem - 21% (+6) Lab - 17% (-12) Brexit Party - 13% (+12 on UKIP GE 2017) Green - 7% (+5) https://t.co/0LPtXVCDTX https://t.co/zZ8a16AaSm


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6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 8:57am
Westminster voting intention in the SOUTH EAST (17-28 Oct) Con - 41% (-13 from GE2017 result) Lib Dem - 23% (+12) Lab - 16% (-13) Brexit Party - 12% (+10 on UKIP GE2017) Green - 6% (+3) https://t.co/0LPtXVCDTX https://t.co/wHKcGFchzp


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6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 8:57am
Westminster voting intention in LONDON (30 Oct - 4 Nov) Lab - 39% (-16 from GE2017 result) Con - 29% (-4) Lib Dem - 19% (+10) Brexit Party - 6% (+5 on UKIP GE2017) Green - 5% (+3) https://t.co/0LPtXVCDTX https://t.co/nFOScAHDSk


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6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 8:57am
Westminster voting intention in the EAST OF ENGLAND (17-28 Oct) Con - 45% (-10 from GE2017 result) Lib Dem - 18% (+10) Labour - 17% (-16) Brexit Party - 14% (+11 on UKIP GE2017) Green - 5% (+3) https://t.co/0LPtXVCDTX https://t.co/Q0dDT6doVG


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6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 8:57am
Westminster voting intention in the WEST MIDLANDS (17-28 Oct) Con - 43% (-6 from GE2017 result) Lab - 23% (-20) Lib Dem - 14% (+10) Brexit Party - 12% (+10 on UKIP GE2017) Green - 7% (+5) https://t.co/0LPtXVCDTX https://t.co/YTrGP2CLJJ


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6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 8:57am
Westminster voting intention in the EAST MIDLANDS (17-28 Oct) Con - 45% (-6 from GE2017 result) Lab - 22% (-19) Lib Dem - 15% (+11) Brexit Party - 12% (+10 on UKIP GE2017) Green - 6% (+4) https://t.co/0LPtXVCDTX https://t.co/uOr1QO3GBK


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6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 8:57am
Westminster voting intention in YORKSHIRE & HUMBER (17-28 Oct) Con - 34% (-7 from GE2017 result) Lab - 29% (-20) Lib Dem - 16% (+11) Brexit Party - 14% (+11 on UKIP GE2017) Green - 7% (+6) https://t.co/0LPtXVCDTX https://t.co/9oGJeQW9Uf


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6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 8:57am
Westminster voting intention in the NORTH WEST (17-28 Oct) Con - 33% (-3 from GE2017 result) Lab - 30% (-25) Lib Dem - 17% (+12) Brexit Party - 14% (+12 on UKIP GE2017) Green - 5% (+4) https://t.co/0LPtXVCDTX https://t.co/fDuqp6JzIW


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6 days ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 8:57am
Westminster voting intention in the NORTH EAST (17-28 Oct) Lab - 32% (-23 from GE2017 result) Con - 26% (-8) Lib Dem - 15% (+10) Brexit Party - 19% (+15 on UKIP GE2017) Green - 7% (+6) https://t.co/0LPtXVCDTX https://t.co/jBfMMB6XWM


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1 week ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 8:08am
Britons are more likely to see Boris Johnson as [X] than Jeremy Corbyn Decisive (+39) Strong (+32) Likeable (+25) Competent (+21) Britons are more likely to see Corbyn as [X] than Johnson Authentic (+9) Honest (+8) In touch with ordinary people (+4) https://t.co/PEKSx0zpSE https://t.co/FZscH2PHB0


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1 week ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 8:08am
Britons tend to think Jeremy Corbyn is… Indecisive - 69% (+53 over those who hold opposing view) Weak - 64% (+47) Incompetent - 63% (+43) Dislikeable - 59% (+38) Untrustworthy - 57% (+33) Out of touch - 49% (+18) Dishonest - 44% (+13) Authentic - 40% (+3) https://t.co/PEKSx0zpSE https://t.co/YaCLIKm4r2


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1 week ago:   Friday Nov 8 - 8:08am
Britons tend to think Boris Johnson is... Out of touch - 55% (+28 over those who hold opposing view) Decisive - 55% (+23) Untrustworthy - 53% (+28) Dishonest - 50% (+27) Strong - 49% (+15) Putting on an act - 49% (+18) Likeable - 46% (+5) https://t.co/PEKSx0zpSE https://t.co/syBuFWvdKD


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1 week ago:   Thursday Nov 7 - 10:38am
RT @YouGov: Which are the most important issues facing the country? (respondents could pick up to 3) Brexit - 68% (+4 since the same point in GE2017 campaign) Health - 40% (-5) Crime - 28% (+17) Economy - 25% (-9) Environment - 25% (+17) Immigration - 22% (-13) https://t.co/2l2o1OhAac https://t.co/DhwwdNUzdU


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1 week ago:   Thursday Nov 7 - 10:13am
Meanwhile, Labour voters would be very happy for the party to be joined in government by other parties, specifically... Green Party (75%) SNP (56%) Lib Dems (53%) Plaid (47%) https://t.co/xf3Q8wT98v https://t.co/FgpwfRAKA1


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1 week ago:   Thursday Nov 7 - 10:13am
The Brexit Party are the only party Tory voters would be happy to work with in government, at 69%. Notably, only 30% would support coming to another agreement with the DUP https://t.co/xf3Q8wT98v https://t.co/uPdOF7gqeY


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1 week ago:   Thursday Nov 7 - 10:13am
An overwhelming majority of Conservative party voters say they support an election pact with the Brexit Party, despite Boris Johnson ruling it out. Fully 70% of those who intend to vote Tory would support such a deal, only 8% oppose https://t.co/xf3Q8wT98v https://t.co/BQKJDKxVbY


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1 week ago:   Thursday Nov 7 - 6:14am
Which are the most important issues facing the country? (respondents could pick up to 3) Brexit - 68% (+4 since the same point in GE2017 campaign) Health - 40% (-5) Crime - 28% (+17) Economy - 25% (-9) Environment - 25% (+17) Immigration - 22% (-13) https://t.co/2l2o1OhAac https://t.co/DhwwdNUzdU


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 12:33pm
Latest Westminster voting intention (5-6 Nov) Con - 36% (-2 since 1-4 Nov) Lab - 25% (n/c) Lib Dem - 17% (+1) Brexit Party - 11% (n/c) Green - 5% (n/c) Other - 6% (n/c) https://t.co/eqp8bcl3cM https://t.co/xZj7VYi68J


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 10:37am
80% of Britons think the Queen has made the right decision in wearing fake fur rather than real on any new outfits https://t.co/GdVh7EYzyu https://t.co/HPaqgbroYF


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 10:21am
Those arrested for the incident are all said to be young males. We also found that those most likely to want to have fireworks kept on public sale are 18-24 year olds (59%), and men (42%) https://t.co/Ah20rtRgo8 https://t.co/ys3jk6hUd7


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 10:21am
Police officers have been injured in Leeds after they were targeted by a group throwing fireworks on Bonfire Night. Last week a majority of Brits (54%) said that the sale of fireworks to the public should be banned https://t.co/Ah20rtRgo8 https://t.co/lSfOyQqJm5


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 9:38am
Boris Johnson has reiterated that an early election is not something he wants, but rather something he has been forced into. By 47% to 36% Brits believe this is indeed the case https://t.co/HTSJEX8vcI https://t.co/uSstQzDXMC


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Nov 6 - 2:54am
According to Diane Abbott on Radio 4: "Jeremy Corbyn has called so many foreign policy issues correctly". YouGov research conducted in 2017 found the Labour leader on the right side of public opinion on foreign policy (except for the Falklands) https://t.co/RlpoA0kQpT https://t.co/cblRjxaeoV


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 5 - 11:57am
RT @YouGov: % of Britons who think the following parties Brexit policies are clear/not clear Brexit Party - 68% clear / 15% not clear Conservatives - 57% / 29% Lib Dems - 56% / 27% Green - 30% / 35% Labour - 21% / 65% https://t.co/GSd7M2bFYm https://t.co/cuNDk6AdCM


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 5 - 11:43am
% of Londoners who think each party leader is doing well/badly in their job Boris Johnson - 30% well / 59% badly Jeremy Corbyn - 20% well / 65% badly Jo Swinson - 32% well / 30% badly https://t.co/Xp6hB6vQwj https://t.co/gWbyQTOpt1


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 5 - 11:43am
As YouGov's @chriscurtis94 explains, although Labour hold a commanding lead over the Tories in London, they are down sixteen percentage points since 2017 as many of their voters leave them for the Lib Dems, and so could end up losing seats https://t.co/Xp6hB6vQwj

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 5 - 11:43am
Latest Westminster voting intention (London, fieldwork 30 Oct - 4 Nov) Labour - 39% Con - 29% Lib Dem - 19% Brexit Party - 6% Green - 5% Other - 2% https://t.co/Xp6hB6vQwj https://t.co/XUyC8VuaxW


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 5 - 11:14am
It would be kinder towards animals and the elderly, but would a quieter/silent fireworks display be as *fun*? Yes: 27% No: 43% Don't like fireworks at all: 21% https://t.co/0zczDxEmNL https://t.co/fquVFT6NkE


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 5 - 10:31am
With a DIY alternative to smear testing described as 'promising' by researchers, four in ten women (42%) say they would prefer to carry out routine medical treatment themselves at home rather than visiting the GP https://t.co/ReLISgqdS1 https://t.co/dNwwtcxpRb


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 5 - 9:02am
RT @StephanShaxper: And then on to Amazon Studios... @YouGov actually does much more work for the entertainment industry than politics... https://t.co/syVg6ea5sa

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 5 - 7:32am
Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? (Welsh sample) Boris Johnson - 41% Jeremy Corbyn - 26% Don't know - 30% https://t.co/GSd7M2bFYm https://t.co/dynD2OqgX3


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 5 - 7:32am
Latest Westminster voting intention (Wales, fieldwork 31 Oct - 4 Nov) Lab - 29% (+4 since 14 Oct) Con - 28% (-1) Brexit Party - 15% (+1) Plaid Cymru - 12% (n/c) Liberal Democrat - 12% (-4) https://t.co/CLCRPwa8Po https://t.co/A4hyXi1NwH


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 5 - 7:09am
How clear do the public think the parties are on their policies in key areas as we head into the general election? Just 21% of Britons think the Labour policy on Brexit is clear, compared to 56-68% for the Lib Dems, Tories and Brexit Party https://t.co/GSd7M2bFYm https://t.co/OjlexiWvX3


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 5 - 7:06am
% of Britons who think the following parties Brexit policies are clear/not clear Brexit Party - 68% clear / 15% not clear Conservatives - 57% / 29% Lib Dems - 56% / 27% Green - 30% / 35% Labour - 21% / 65% https://t.co/GSd7M2bFYm https://t.co/cuNDk6AdCM


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 5 - 6:22am
Latest Westminster voting intention (1-4 Nov) Con - 38% (-1) Lab - 25% (-2) Lib Dem - 16% (n/c) Brexit Party - 11% (+4) Green - 5% (+1) Other - 6% (-1) https://t.co/P1VPbbvztD https://t.co/UcEWGn9F71


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Nov 5 - 4:19am
It may be #BonfireNight tonight, but by 54% to 35% Britons say the sale of fireworks to the public should be banned https://t.co/Ah20rtRgo8 https://t.co/THz7ZGs1sy


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1 week ago:   Monday Nov 4 - 2:21pm
RT @YouGov: The most important methods for political parties to use/do during an election campaign, according to Brits: TV debates: 50% Online campaigns: 35% TV/Radio broadcasts: 23% Door-to-door canvassing: 18% Brochures: 8% https://t.co/9peud8Ekw0 https://t.co/JqlEEzAbz5


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1 week ago:   Monday Nov 4 - 2:21pm
RT @YouGov: Voter breakdowns on whether Jo Swinson should be invited to the TV debate between the PM and Jeremy Corbyn: Con voters: 43% should / 40% shouldn't Labour voters: 63% should / 18% shouldn't Lib Dem voters: 87% should / 6% shouldn't https://t.co/9peud8Ekw0 https://t.co/N0MQVdzsHu


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1 week ago:   Monday Nov 4 - 2:21pm
RT @YouGov: By 53% to 26% Brits say Jo Swinson should be invited to take part in the live TV debate happening between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn https://t.co/9peud8Ekw0 https://t.co/oVtKBy9S1X


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1 week ago:   Monday Nov 4 - 12:41pm
Brits are split on whether it is the right or wrong decision (33% to 31%) to open a new coal mine in Cumbria, after the government decided not to intervene in its opening https://t.co/0nFs0MlEEK https://t.co/ylgdxE86LS


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1 week ago:   Monday Nov 4 - 12:09pm
The most important methods for political parties to use/do during an election campaign, according to Brits: TV debates: 50% Online campaigns: 35% TV/Radio broadcasts: 23% Door-to-door canvassing: 18% Brochures: 8% https://t.co/9peud8Ekw0 https://t.co/JqlEEzAbz5


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1 week ago:   Monday Nov 4 - 12:09pm
Voter breakdowns on whether Jo Swinson should be invited to the TV debate between the PM and Jeremy Corbyn: Con voters: 43% should / 40% shouldn't Labour voters: 63% should / 18% shouldn't Lib Dem voters: 87% should / 6% shouldn't https://t.co/9peud8Ekw0 https://t.co/N0MQVdzsHu


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1 week ago:   Monday Nov 4 - 12:09pm
By 53% to 26% Brits say Jo Swinson should be invited to take part in the live TV debate happening between Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn https://t.co/9peud8Ekw0 https://t.co/oVtKBy9S1X


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1 week ago:   Monday Nov 4 - 10:44am
Following the sacking of the McDonalds CEO for dating an employee, by 43% to 32% Brits say their company rule - which prohibits managers becoming romantically involved with an employee junior to them - is not a good one https://t.co/tOoT0ziMmT https://t.co/9val0Xzqxq


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1 week ago:   Monday Nov 4 - 6:27am
Despite half of Brits (50%) knowing about the deposit recycle scheme - popular in certain European countries - only 9% say that financial compensation would get them recycling more https://t.co/904t4naGQN https://t.co/wxW8qjMVJL


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1 week ago:   Monday Nov 4 - 6:27am
83% of Brits say more needs to be done to encourage recycling. When asked what would encourage them to do more recycling themselves, top responses are... - Better council collections: 16% - Better recycling facilities: 11% - A financial incentive: 9% https://t.co/904t4naGQN https://t.co/aIx1Tn00rn


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1 week ago:   Sunday Nov 3 - 5:13am
Latest Westminster voting intention (31 Oct - 1 Nov) Conservative - 39% (+3 from 29-30 Oct) Labour - 27% (+6) Lib Dem - 16% (-2) Brexit Party - 7% (-6) Green - 4% (-2) Other - 7% (+1) https://t.co/cZPbP63BWT https://t.co/kiGUqZ9P9E


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1 week ago:   Saturday Nov 2 - 7:20am
RT @YouGov: The Tories have announced that they will ban fracking. This is likely to be a popular move - 67% of Britons have an unfavourable view of shale gas and just 14% a favourable one, making it more unpopular than coal https://t.co/rmtYFhkGzp https://t.co/PrBUHncTRl


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1 week ago:   Saturday Nov 2 - 5:26am
The Tories have announced that they will ban fracking. This is likely to be a popular move - 67% of Britons have an unfavourable view of shale gas and just 14% a favourable one, making it more unpopular than coal https://t.co/rmtYFhkGzp https://t.co/PrBUHncTRl


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1 week ago:   Friday Nov 1 - 2:15pm
RT @YouGov: Voting intention among 2017 CON voters Con - 73% Brexit Party - 14% Lib Dem - 9% Voting intention among 2017 LAB voters Labour - 55% Lib Dem - 21% Green - 8% Con - 7% Brexit Party - 7% (Fieldwork 17-28 Oct) https://t.co/ia8ACO4b8v https://t.co/RCmPkweKjx


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