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7 hours ago:   Friday Jul 1 - 9:04am
Half (50%) of 18-29 year old Britons first watched porn while they were underage, including 59% of men and 42% of women this age One in eight men aged 18-29 (12%) first saw porn when they were younger than 12 years old https://t.co/x1cEcG1Yc4 https://t.co/8fQOsbBiKs


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11 hours ago:   Friday Jul 1 - 4:58am
Dominic Raab caused controversy this week when he was seen to wink at Angela Rayner. Brits are split on if winking to a colleague is acceptable, though men are more likely to think it OK All Brits ๐Ÿ‘ 39% ๐Ÿ‘Ž 34% Men ๐Ÿ‘ 44% ๐Ÿ‘Ž29% Women ๐Ÿ‘ 35% ๐Ÿ‘Ž 39% https://t.co/JYsq0WzlOY https://t.co/JArBNKqii7


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1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 7:00am
RT @YouGov: Halifax have allowed staff to add pronouns to their name badges. In our pronouns study in January, we asked people whether it was a good or bad idea for firms to offer this option: Good idea: 24% Bad idea: 24% Neither: 31% Don't know: 20% https://t.co/BrMnfYJjrl https://t.co/jXIdXfNPpv


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1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 6:21am
Which of the following do you think would make the best prime minister? (28-29 June) Boris Johnson: 27% (-1 from 22-23 June) Keir Starmer: 33% (n/c) Not sure: 37% (+3) https://t.co/ySOTWOuacl https://t.co/kXEZ0zFkZZ


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1 day ago:   Thursday Jun 30 - 6:21am
Latest Westminster voting intention (28-29 June) Con: 33% (-1 from 22-23 June) Lab: 36% (-3) Lib Dem: 13% (+4) Green: 6% (-2) Reform UK: 3% (-1) SNP: 5% (+1) https://t.co/ySOTWOuacl https://t.co/gEJjUIcejR


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 12:09pm
Halifax have allowed staff to add pronouns to their name badges. In our pronouns study in January, we asked people whether it was a good or bad idea for firms to offer this option: Good idea: 24% Bad idea: 24% Neither: 31% Don't know: 20% https://t.co/BrMnfYJjrl https://t.co/jXIdXfNPpv


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 7:44am
Why donโ€™t people want to get married? Don't see the point: 48% Not right for me: 34% It's outdated: 34% Won't meet the right person: 23% Don't like the religious aspect: 20% https://t.co/RbWflbKmvA https://t.co/WSNr6ipaOr


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 7:44am
Are young people more anti-marriage? Whilst only 16% of 18-34s are married, 49% of this age group overall want to get married - a total of 65% who are either married or want to be, showing little difference to other age groups https://t.co/RbWflbKmvA https://t.co/HjWcIvo2vP


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Jun 29 - 7:44am
Do Britons still want to get married? A survey of unwed Brits shows they tend to want to, and that there's little difference in attitudes between men and women All Want to: 40% / Don't want to: 28% Men 38% / 27% Women 42% / 29% https://t.co/RbWflbKmvA https://t.co/IYzw67dIEL


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 10:47am
Neither Leave nor Remain voters consider Brexit to be 'done' All Britons It is done: 24% / It isn't done: 54% Remain It is: 17% / It isn't: 67% Leave It is: 34% / It isn't: 49% https://t.co/nSlMCQwGwk https://t.co/jsMDgRc9DJ


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 10:36am
Who thinks Brexit has been going well since the end of the transition period? Con voters: 33% Leave voters: 31% British public: 16% Remain voters: 6% Lab voters: 3% https://t.co/MBLoNAfsyX https://t.co/NuKlqW7DZG


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 10:36am
Britons continue to think that Brexit is going badly Going well: 16% Going badly: 54% Neither: 20% https://t.co/MBLoNAfsyX https://t.co/csmH34vVEK


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 7:09am
Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? (22-23 Jun) Keir Starmer: 33% (n/c from 15-16 Jun) Boris Johnson: 28% (n/c) https://t.co/i5k22gakF9 https://t.co/fkCegEmQ5w


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 7:09am
Latest YouGov Westminster voting intention (22-23 Jun) Con: 34% (+1 from 15-16 Jun) Lab: 39% (n/c) Lib Dem: 9% (-1) Green: 8% (+2) SNP: 4% (n/c) Reform UK: 4% (n/c) https://t.co/i5k22gakF9 https://t.co/lx1Eaff3Kv


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 4:22am
What should be taught to children about pornography? Sex in porn is different to the reality: 77% The bodies depicted are glamorised: 75% It's harmful for children to watch: 62% It's for adults only: 60% It's harmful for adults to watch: 30% https://t.co/MxAS7DK8Mk https://t.co/t8lJUvlQEq


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 4:22am
Who should be primarily responsible for teaching children about porn? Though both groups tend to agree, teachers are much more certain it is a job for parents Teachers say... Parents: 67% Teachers: 17% Parents say... Parents: 43% Teachers: 22% https://t.co/MxAS7DK8Mk https://t.co/OLe8D2LcBp


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 4:22am
Teachers think that children should be taught about pornography at a younger age than parents do 72% of teachers think they should be under 16, compared to 43% of parents https://t.co/MxAS7DK8Mk https://t.co/ELoKQsyl9Q


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Jun 28 - 4:22am
At what age should children be taught about pornography? 16-17 yrs old: 15% 14-15 yrs old: 23% 12-13 yrs old: 15% 10-11 yrs old: 4% 8-9 yrs old: 1% Never: 20% https://t.co/MxAS7DK8Mk https://t.co/9PwnvJ9zGM


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4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 11:23am
The public are much less likely to support barristers for their strikes than the rail workers Barristers Support 29% / Oppose 46% Rail workers Support 41% / Oppose 45% https://t.co/OtdVjwlZ3T https://t.co/1Eo1X0HLpI

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4 days ago:   Monday Jun 27 - 10:42am
A week on, the public are split on their support for the rail worker strikes Support: 41% (+4 from June 21) Oppose: 45% (n/c) https://t.co/CeQ3FlcjJt https://t.co/JFZCjV1YTC


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1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 12:04pm
Which is the best month to have a birthday in? The summer months are most popular among Brits... Jan: 3% Feb: 3% Mar: 3% Apr: 5% May: 9% Jun: 18% Jul: 16% Aug: 8% Sep: 5% Oct: 5% Nov: 3% Dec: 3% https://t.co/IBm9zq1yz8 https://t.co/yc2hx6hOwq


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1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 11:55am
Some smart devices could soon receive an update that allows them to mimic the voices of people their owners know. Only 9% of Britons say they'd want to use it, though. 64% say they'd avoid https://t.co/QNb3NAFdj5 https://t.co/IZZrkslU4d


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1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 11:45am
... Even among Conservative voters, 46% say the Government has the wrong leader, including 25% who say it has both the wrong leader and ideas https://t.co/FbkX5AKftG https://t.co/0bGZDnW6Bf


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1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 11:45am
65% of Britons think the Government has the wrong leader for the country โ€“ including 53% who say it has the wrong policies as well. Only 10% say it has both the right policies and leader the nation needs https://t.co/FbkX5AKftG https://t.co/Ey7y0b9RXO


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1 week ago:   Friday Jun 24 - 9:32am
A national incident has been declared after polio was found in London sewage - but how much understanding do Britons have about the disease? A great deal / some: 44% Not very much / nothing: 54% https://t.co/UsUpHIXgyj https://t.co/b890cYT9LD


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 3:55pm
There are reports that people in Britain have started doing their own โ€˜DIY dentistry', due to the lack of NHS dental care in the UK. Asked today, three in ten Britons (30%) say they've not visited a dentist in longer than two years https://t.co/LbqgiCyJuu https://t.co/UaKoL0x4br


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 11:22am
RT @YouGov: YouGov's @PME_Politics has identified a new group of seats where the Tories should be worried: the "Conservative Celtic Fringe". These are 41 South West seats that have returned a Tory MP since 2015 and voted Leave in 2016 https://t.co/Dl7wCkjRd4 https://t.co/AJIbyN3GRR


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 4:33am
Expected losses for the Tories include environment secretary George Eustice's Cambourne and Redruth seat. Jacob Rees Mogg's North East Somerset seat is one of the four 'at high risk' seats the Cons are currently only set to retain by a narrow margin https://t.co/Dl7wCkjRd4 https://t.co/qwLF7Shve2


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 4:33am
On current numbers, the Tories are set to lose 11 seats in the Conservative Celtic Fringe, with 4 more on a knife edge Con: 30 seats (-11) Lab: 6 (+6) Lib Dem: 4 (+4) Ind: 1 (+1) https://t.co/Dl7wCkjRd4 https://t.co/znohLiDyfs


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 4:33am
Our polling of these 41 Conservative Celtic Fringe seats shows the Tory vote down significantly Con: 38% (-19 from GE2019) Lab: 24% (+5) Lib Dem: 22% (+3) Green: 8% (+4) Ref UK: 6% (+6) https://t.co/Dl7wCkjRd4 https://t.co/tHlQB2x4Uh


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 4:33am
Unlike the 'Blue Wall' (see link) which tends to be younger, more graduate-heavy, and more professional (and generally Remain-voting), 'Conservative Celtic Fringe' seats are older, Leave-voting and have a higher proportion of agricultural workers https://t.co/sqpMGRKs0d

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1 week ago:   Thursday Jun 23 - 4:33am
YouGov's @PME_Politics has identified a new group of seats where the Tories should be worried: the "Conservative Celtic Fringe". These are 41 South West seats that have returned a Tory MP since 2015 and voted Leave in 2016 https://t.co/Dl7wCkjRd4 https://t.co/AJIbyN3GRR


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jun 22 - 12:57pm
Tourists caught urinating in the sea at Spanish town of Vigo will now face a ยฃ645 fine. Potentially important information for the 53% of Britons who think it's okay to pee in the sea... https://t.co/GhnZ06ZGWZ https://t.co/Pu8wROCubd


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jun 22 - 12:39pm
Yesterday, 60% of Brits said they opposed getting rid of manned ticket offices at train stations. Asked today, however, just 15% say using a ticket office is the way they tend to buy their ticket Online: 43% Ticket office: 15% Machine at station: 13% https://t.co/Hr1Uc9PmjE https://t.co/u48xrgxbQU

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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jun 22 - 12:33pm
Who is to blame for the rail strikes? (respondents could pick multiple options) The government: 42% Trade unions: 42% Rail companies: 33% Rail workers: 19% https://t.co/pbVNld9xNr https://t.co/JEEVvSA86k


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jun 22 - 4:40am
Tomorrow and Friday, leaders of EU countries will discuss whether to grant Ukraine EU candidate status Our Eurotrack survey in March found net support in the big 4 EU countries for allowing Ukraine to join the EU ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ +46 ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช +16 ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น +15 ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท +12 https://t.co/mi5AqAwCLr https://t.co/wzFMnq27TO


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jun 22 - 3:54am
RT @YouGov: Britons tend to oppose the rail workers strikes taking place this week All Britons Support 37% / Oppose 45% Con voters Support 18% / Oppose 72% Lab voters Support 65% / Oppose 18% https://t.co/0J86iNrRWO https://t.co/KHoARzP4tj


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jun 21 - 12:19pm
Tourists caught urinating on the beach or in the sea at Spanish town of Vigo will face a ยฃ645 fine. Potential bad news for the 48% of Britons who have ever weed in the sea, although how they'd get caught is anyone's guess... https://t.co/AXWZpEgXzD https://t.co/QX1uy3g4Pe


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jun 21 - 10:51am
Close to one in five Britons (18%) say their travel plans have been impacted by strike action this week https://t.co/pOFUzW4vjL https://t.co/DM8DijMBUm


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jun 21 - 10:44am
Britons also oppose getting rid of manned ticket offices at most railway stations Support: 19% Oppose: 60% https://t.co/iVcgvmuoZa https://t.co/1j5lUAKgqe


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jun 21 - 10:34am
Britons tend to oppose the rail workers strikes taking place this week All Britons Support 37% / Oppose 45% Con voters Support 18% / Oppose 72% Lab voters Support 65% / Oppose 18% https://t.co/0J86iNrRWO https://t.co/KHoARzP4tj


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jun 21 - 6:35am
How well Brits think the govt is handlingโ€ฆ (net) Inflation -64 Immigration -62 Economy -54* NHS -51 Housing -49 Tax -47 Transport -36* Benefits -36 Crime -35 Brexit -33 Environment -21 Education -16 Unemployment -5 Defence +13 Terrorism +29 *Lowest since tracker began Jun 2019 https://t.co/E8pZ9sBKiP


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jun 21 - 5:07am
There is confusion among the public on Labour's stance on the rail strikes 28% - think the party support them 8% - think they oppose them 21% - think neither 43% - don't know https://t.co/O8g49KcZMP https://t.co/0yvbJ3rQMP


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1 week ago:   Monday Jun 20 - 11:47am
69% of Britons would support the UK hosting the Eurovision Song Contest next year, should Ukraine be unable to do so https://t.co/FZx1AusswY https://t.co/wYDv20OzHR


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1 week ago:   Monday Jun 20 - 11:44am
Whilst Brits tend to think the Tories oppose the rail strikes, there is confusion on Labour's stance % that think the Cons... Support: 3% Oppose: 51% Neither: 12% Not sure: 34% % that think Lab... Support: 28% Oppose: 8% Neither: 21% Not sure: 43% https://t.co/xlgd7ZcfiK https://t.co/ilveftrL5Y


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1 week ago:   Monday Jun 20 - 5:43am
But, as the cost of living bites, support for *increased* sanctions against ๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡บ is falling if it would mean Oil, gas shortages: 44% (-8 from mid-March) Higher cost of living: 42% (-12) Higher taxes: 41% (-8) Significantly higher energy prices: 38% (-10) https://t.co/gre2Hj6sfv https://t.co/EulSRSEooN


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1 week ago:   Monday Jun 20 - 5:43am
Britons remain strongly in favour of further sanctions on Russia and sending weapons to Ukraine Further sanctions: 76% (-3 since mid-March) Sending weapons: 71% (-3) Reinforcing NATO: 60% (-2) Air strikes: 34% (+5) Sending troops into Ukraine: 27% (+3) https://t.co/gre2Hj6sfv https://t.co/zEGNhHHyAS


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1 week ago:   Monday Jun 20 - 4:12am
Parents of school-aged children say they would prefer their child to take an apprenticeship rather than study for a university degree An apprenticeship: 44% A university degree: 35% https://t.co/Lgw3atB9rg https://t.co/8ZOVli2TcE


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1 week ago:   Monday Jun 20 - 4:12am
When compared to apprenticeships, just 4% of Britons think a university degree is the best way of preparing young people for the future An apprenticeship: 45% A uni degree: 4% Both equally: 44% https://t.co/Lgw3atB9rg https://t.co/XUUwnKyYyU


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1 week ago:   Monday Jun 20 - 4:01am
What do you think is worse to have..? Hay fever in summer: 32% A cold in winter: 15% Both equally: 39% https://t.co/svbZwAGsOB https://t.co/rTvUtgzwcN


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 17 - 9:59am
Aggrieved that Magnum wins the most popular ice lolly spot because you don't think it's an ice lolly? You're in good company % IS NOT an ice lolly Cornetto: 87% Magnum: 59% Feast: 47% Solero: 24% Twister: 14% Calippo: 11% Fab: 6% Fruit Pastille: 2% https://t.co/U2cx10K4vv https://t.co/XsME09Ga6P


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 17 - 9:59am
With thermometers showing the hottest day of the year so far, here's Britain's top 5 favourite ice lollies Magnum 28% Fab 8% Solero 8% Twister 7% Feast 6% https://t.co/U2cx10K4vv https://t.co/S2zdYsKPth


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 17 - 6:13am
With the European Commission recommending that Ukraine be granted EU candidate status, our poll in March found net support in ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ(+46), ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช(+16), ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น(+15) and ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท(+12) for allowing Ukraine to join the EU https://t.co/mi5AqAOea1 https://t.co/WHtJxE4jpg https://t.co/7a3amZxEXn


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 17 - 5:22am
Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? (15-16 June) Keir Starmer: 33% (n/c from 24-25 May) Boris Johnson: 28% (+3) https://t.co/Pc4uy2OLu8 https://t.co/Qm2j0SuKdf


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 17 - 5:22am
Latest YouGov Westminster voting intention (15-16 June) Con: 33% (+1 from 8-9 June) Lab: 39% (n/c) Lib Dem: 10% (-1) Green: 6% (-1) SNP: 4% (-1) Reform UK: 4% (+1) https://t.co/Pc4uy2OLu8 https://t.co/6K2hsXbQIf


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 16 - 10:26am
Who thinks the current weather is too hot? London: 40% Rest of South: 35% Midlands/Wales: 33% North: 21% Scotland: 8% https://t.co/EDZzmRLxhm https://t.co/BZSk2lMI9m


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 16 - 10:26am
Britons find the current weather to be... Just right: 57% Too hot: 30% Not hot enough: 9% https://t.co/EDZzmRLxhm https://t.co/7abRSEVBts


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 16 - 10:12am
Ambulance waiting times are said to be the longest on record. Who do you see as most responsible for this situation..? The government: 51% The NHS: 19% The public: 12% https://t.co/VlvFzXsKNf https://t.co/DxMj9ofyGu


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 16 - 10:08am
67% of Britons - and 49% of Tory voters - think that Boris Johnson generally behaves in an unethical way All Brits Behaves ethically: 19% Behaves unethically: 67% Con voters Ethically: 39% Unethically: 49% Lab voters Ethically: 5% Unethically: 87% https://t.co/Sxxo4gUevq https://t.co/dZaM5QOTf7


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 16 - 7:09am
45% of women who had not been sexually active in the previous 6 months and who had previously experienced painful sex say this pain was a factor in their no longer being sexually active (including 13% who said it was a big factor) https://t.co/Vj1oACFyJT https://t.co/c6LgFl7kI7


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 16 - 7:09am
Only one in three women who have ever been sexually active say that they've *never* experienced pain or discomfort so bad they are not able to fully enjoy sex or have to stop entirely Every time: 3% Most times: 6% Sometimes: 18% Rarely: 30% Never: 34% https://t.co/Vj1oACFyJT https://t.co/uvUkUSWh2Y


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 16 - 6:56am
While Britons still tend to think their local NHS services are good (55%) rather than bad (35%), this latter figure has been growing for some time and is now the highest since we started tracking in 2019 https://t.co/ACApmPDLNt https://t.co/Xzjc1m3ifl


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 16 - 6:56am
Amid long waiting lists, full A&Es and ambulance delays, the public are increasingly aware the NHS is struggling More now think NHS services nationally are bad (48%) than good (38%) https://t.co/JRjyDk23hN Most (54%) expect the NHS to get worse still https://t.co/N7hGGxZ2Io https://t.co/qlmaoH56sY


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 15 - 11:07am
Do you support or oppose Britain being signed up to the European Court of Human Rights? All Britons Support 45% / Oppose 26% Con voters Support 25% / Oppose 53% Lab voters Support 71% / Oppose 7% https://t.co/xjsLAio9Nw https://t.co/e6juLmtyMo


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 15 - 10:57am
63% of Britons oppose the policy put in place by a secondary school in Devon to no longer allow girls to wear skirts, with every pupil now having to wear trousers https://t.co/M1SdYpZA1d https://t.co/qQJrFrTAeg


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 15 - 8:41am
...In addition, around half of secondary school teachers (47%) say they experience aggressive behaviour from a student at least once a month, including three in 10 (28%) who say this happens at least once a week https://t.co/EFBwOUV8ZA https://t.co/Odks1DblMm


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 15 - 8:41am
Violence against teachers: one in seven secondary school teachers (15%) say they experience violence from a pupil at least once a month, including 5% who say they are subject to attacks at least once a week https://t.co/EFBwOUV8ZA https://t.co/SHSlo9coeE


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jun 15 - 5:26am
As the governmentโ€™s new food strategy is published, just 18% of Britons say they eat five or more portions of fruit and veg per day https://t.co/JE9b7TgzOx https://t.co/ssjkywrf5p


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 14 - 11:15am
At present, few Scots say independence is among the top 3 issues facing the country Economy: 54% Health: 51% Education: 28% Climate change: 24% Housing: 19% Social care: 17% Independence: 16% Tax: 13% Welfare: 13% Pensions: 12% Crime: 11% Transport:11% https://t.co/daHh9kpfV5 https://t.co/juX8GPTtTO


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 14 - 11:15am
In principle, do Scots think there should/not be a Scottish independence referendum... This year: 18% should / 71% should not In 2023: 28% / 59% In the next 5 years: 42% / 41% https://t.co/daHh9kpfV5 https://t.co/ul4dzmFGFB


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 14 - 11:15am
Should Scotland be an independent country? (18-23 May) Yes: 45% (-2 from Nov) No: 55% (+2) https://t.co/daHh9kpfV5 https://t.co/aL7hshJeTG


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 14 - 10:16am
Five years on from the Grenfell Tower fire, 66% of Britons say that the government's response to the disaster in that time has not been good enough https://t.co/ITrm3ep83n https://t.co/6QJCo17kOK


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 14 - 7:09am
The FT comes out swinging in favour of voice notes, but our new study today shows that few Britons like them Sending voice notes Like: 16% of adult smartphone users Dislike: 37% Neither: 24% Receiving voice notes Like: 22% Dislike: 26% Neither: 29% https://t.co/dza7EJa8gP https://t.co/WI28930QUy https://t.co/FVlmlhVYPS


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 14 - 4:54am
Similarly, while some might assume young people love voice notes, 40% of 18-24 year old smartphone users *never* send them. Only 12% use them on a daily basis https://t.co/dza7EJa8gP https://t.co/vX0RyxZvw7


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 14 - 4:54am
Liking using voice notes might be seen as a young person thing, but that's only true for *receiving* them 18-24 year old smartphone users Receiving voice notes: 43% like / 28% dislike Sending voice notes: 30% like / 50% dislike https://t.co/dza7EJa8gP https://t.co/JgDkeyUSdx


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 14 - 4:54am
How many people actually like voice notes? Not that many Sending voice notes Like: 16% Dislike: 37% Neither: 24% Receiving voice notes Like: 22% Dislike: 26% Neither: 29% (Results as a % of adult smartphone users) https://t.co/dza7EJa8gP https://t.co/5Fv4IP6UdB


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Jun 14 - 4:47am
RT @YouGov: Britons are split on the plan to send some people who have entered Britain to apply for asylum to Rwanda for their applications to be processed All Brits 44% support / 40% oppose Con voters 74% support / 16% oppose Lab voters 19% support / 71% oppose https://t.co/0VqZ4kqBvb https://t.co/Rg8ONY8fS0


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 13 - 12:47pm
Does being told that something is a โ€˜superfoodโ€™ make you... More likely to eat it - 14% Less likely to eat it - 8% Makes no difference - 71% https://t.co/FFKP5a4smP https://t.co/Zi1J7QZiKb


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 13 - 12:39pm
Prince Andrew is reportedly keen to return to public life, but the feeling among the public is far from mutual... Can return one day: 7% Can never return: 83% https://t.co/IPuQyy1VIM https://t.co/HMv7BMQQ7q


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 13 - 11:45am
It's a close contest here between curry sauce and mushy peas % of English people who like to have the following with their chips Curry sauce: 27% Mushy peas: 25% Gravy: 16% Cheese: 8% https://t.co/e2lkPs5PB1 https://t.co/DtZNvijeYD

YouGov
2 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 13 - 10:54am
Britons are split on the plan to send some people who have entered Britain to apply for asylum to Rwanda for their applications to be processed All Brits 44% support / 40% oppose Con voters 74% support / 16% oppose Lab voters 19% support / 71% oppose https://t.co/0VqZ4kqBvb https://t.co/Rg8ONY8fS0


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 13 - 10:32am
RT @YouGov: A fifth of working Britons have taken time off work for their mental health. Workers with a long-term mental health condition: 56% done so Workers without a long-term MH condition: 13% have done so https://t.co/D5rkgFQuKM https://t.co/UELLWXHGU4


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YouGov
2 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 13 - 7:28am
If you were going to be moved on to a four day work week, which extra day would you want off? Friday 56% / Monday 30% / Other 10% BUT, if most other people get Friday off, those figures change: Friday 42% / Monday 41% / Other 12% https://t.co/b56ohOmgpf https://t.co/BhluaVFVly


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 13 - 7:28am
% of Britons who think a four day work week would make us... Happier (71%) More productive (45%) More prosperous (31%) Only 5-19% think it would make us WORSE off on these measures https://t.co/IdL7lyKEGC https://t.co/FyqHMIi1ww


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 13 - 7:28am
Today marks the beginning of a four day work week pilot involving 70 companies and thousands of workers A 2019 survey found that, in principle, 63% of Britons supported moving to a four day work week https://t.co/IdL7lyKEGC https://t.co/PXplWq29tL


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 13 - 6:23am
But are older people responsible for the current price of housing? On this, the nation and the generations are divided All Britons: 43% a lot/moderately responsible v 39% little to no responsibility Millennials: 52% v 29% Boomers: 32% v 52% https://t.co/7cZx1pYp1t https://t.co/cr1LbRBZtW


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 13 - 6:23am
Is it young people's fault if they can't afford a home? 29% of Britons say the young bear a lot/moderate level of responsibility if they can't afford a home Most (54%) say they bear little to none On this, all generations are agreed https://t.co/7cZx1pYp1t https://t.co/783AIkHPGe


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 13 - 5:14am
Why do workers conceal the reasons why they take time off work for mental health ? Top 3: Worried about being seen as less capable: 52% Embarrassed about talking to employer about mental health: 42% Prefer employer not to know about mental health: 42% https://t.co/D5rkgFQuKM https://t.co/TbuWpNCcYq


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 13 - 5:14am
Approaching two-thirds of workers who have taken time off work for mental health have concealed the reasons why (63%) - just 35% have never done so https://t.co/D5rkgFQuKM https://t.co/x76kX47AFC


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Jun 13 - 5:13am
A fifth of working Britons have taken time off work for their mental health. Workers with a long-term mental health condition: 56% done so Workers without a long-term MH condition: 13% have done so https://t.co/D5rkgFQuKM https://t.co/UELLWXHGU4


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3 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 10 - 1:11pm
If you were eating a sandwich and crisps, would you normally go... Sandwich first, then crisps: 40% Both at the same time, separately: 34% Both at the same time, crisps in sandwich: 15% Crisps first, then sandwich: 5% https://t.co/Z6nrURvHsd https://t.co/0XfnrqScO4

YouGov
3 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 10 - 11:23am
What end do you normally open a banana from? The top (the stalk) - 76% The bottom - 11% https://t.co/73ApdJ7Hfm https://t.co/v057c3XRc0


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3 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 10 - 11:19am
Do you tend to keep your mobile phone on loud, vibrate, or silent? Loud - 43% Vibrate - 27% Silent - 25% https://t.co/sAtdW2FVPH https://t.co/mi70ZkdZRi


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3 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 10 - 8:14am
RT @YouGov: Three quarter of Britons say banks/mortgage lenders should accept a history of regular rent payments as proof of affordability when it comes to applying for a mortgage Should: 76% Should not: 6% https://t.co/CjzWLkph50 https://t.co/roIZF6UHZY


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3 weeks ago:   Friday Jun 10 - 6:07am
Three quarter of Britons say banks/mortgage lenders should accept a history of regular rent payments as proof of affordability when it comes to applying for a mortgage Should: 76% Should not: 6% https://t.co/CjzWLkph50 https://t.co/roIZF6UHZY


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3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 9 - 12:20pm
70% of Britons think that the legal smoking age should be raised to 21, following an independent report recommending it be raised by a year, every year, until eventually no one can buy tobacco products https://t.co/ggZQSxtmLX https://t.co/4rPXLSXAGQ


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3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 9 - 12:07pm
By 54% to 34% Britons think that Boris Johnson will still be Tory Party leader and PM by the end of the year https://t.co/xUeVTM1fcl https://t.co/HvM1ok18G0


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3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 9 - 12:04pm
If you were donating funds to Ukraine, would you want it to be spent on... Charity work only: 24% Charity, but OK if on weapons: 23% Weapons, but OK if on charity: 6% Weapons only: 1% Wouldn't mind either way: 26% N/A - I wouldn't donate: 9% https://t.co/sfmCUih0JU https://t.co/VTR66ktbk5


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3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 9 - 7:32am
Do ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ฐ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ช think it was right or wrong to allow other countries to join the EU from 2004 onwards? Of the countries we surveyed, the results are all net 'right', with the exception of the French towards Romania (-4, up from -24 in Jan 2019) https://t.co/TRdoujQoZJ https://t.co/gJ9avnFhun


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3 weeks ago:   Thursday Jun 9 - 7:32am
Eurotrack: since 2019 people in ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ฐ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ช have become significantly more likely to say it was right to admit all those countries that joined the EU since 2004... except when it comes to Hungary https://t.co/TRdoujQoZJ https://t.co/xAK86aQmJs


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