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21 hours ago:   Friday May 7 - 12:22pm
74% of Britons support the decision to double the cost of plastic bags in all shops across England from 5p to 10p https://t.co/Utxs97vARc https://t.co/MmTkeTXFqe


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22 hours ago:   Friday May 7 - 11:48am
Neither the general public nor Labour voters are surprised by the Conservative by-election win in Hartlepool ALL Surprised: 25% / Unsurprised: 45% 2019 LAB VOTERS Surprised: 34% / Unsurprised: 41% 2019 CON VOTERS Surprised: 21% / Unsurprised: 62% https://t.co/AjYcK3PRv5 https://t.co/UWB4Qskla6


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1 day ago:   Thursday May 6 - 12:35pm
MP Stella Creasy is campaigning to make it illegal to take a photo of a woman breastfeeding. Where Britons stand: ALL Should be illegal: 75% Shouldn't be: 11% WOMEN Should be illegal: 83% Shouldn't be: 6% MEN Should be illegal: 67% Shouldn't be: 15% https://t.co/5dMHcnGgHF https://t.co/0daubgcZ6X


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1 day ago:   Thursday May 6 - 12:32pm
As Londoners head to the ballot boxes, here are the most pressing issues they say the newly elected Mayor faces: Housing - 44% Crime - 43% Economy - 36% Health - 32% The environment - 24% https://t.co/nft6TBemWH https://t.co/NSHw2WZa9T


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1 day ago:   Thursday May 6 - 12:14pm
When in conversation, what do you most often call the reason for the pandemic? Covid - 57% Coronavirus - 15% Covid-19 - 11% Corona - 6% The virus - 4% Other - 3% https://t.co/HZFAwQqCeO https://t.co/jCjxmeEPkT


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1 day ago:   Thursday May 6 - 10:13am
63% of Britons support vaccinated people being allowed to mix indoors, despite it still being illegal https://t.co/95QVclSF6d https://t.co/97KJ6VyS09


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1 day ago:   Thursday May 6 - 10:12am
Despite nearly all Britons (90%) saying theyโ€™re following the covid rules, two in five (43%) admit that they have been socialising indoors https://t.co/95QVclSF6d https://t.co/vZewV9V1dv


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1 day ago:   Thursday May 6 - 10:11am
Who says they're following the covid rules closely? 65+ year olds - 96% 50-64 year olds - 94% General population - 90% 25-49 year olds - 85% 18-24 year olds - 75% https://t.co/95QVcmaguN https://t.co/XCyx4Y3HX4


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2 days ago:   Thursday May 6 - 9:26am
It's election day, which of course means that #dogsatpollingstations is trending! The dogs Britons would be most pleased to see are... Labrador Retriever: 69 Border Collie, Golden Retriever: 67 Red Setter, English Shepherd: 61 https://t.co/24tHss2vsj https://t.co/VCvzefSWvt


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2 days ago:   Thursday May 6 - 8:58am
Almost all 50 of the UK's biggest employers don't plan to bring staff back to the office full-time. We found recently that most British workers want to work from home either some (37%) or all (20%) of the time after the pandemic https://t.co/0RNrbMxwAg https://t.co/GJm5bLXEJU


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2 days ago:   Thursday May 6 - 5:19am
Latest Westminster voting intention (4-5 May) Con: 43% (-1 from 27-28 April) Lab: 33% (n/c) Lib Dem: 7% (n/c) Green: 6% (-1) SNP: 5% (+1) Reform UK: 3% (n/c) https://t.co/08d5JMSrb5 https://t.co/32mOtQDqPj


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2 days ago:   Thursday May 6 - 4:26am
Across Europe, the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are seen as safe by large majorities of people. AstraZeneca only has a good reputation in the UK, while the Johnson & Johnson and Sputnik V vaccines garner mixed receptions (note fieldwork 13-22 Apr) https://t.co/EjdgT0Be3m https://t.co/Jmq7xsgob0


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2 days ago:   Thursday May 6 - 4:26am
One month after the first blood clot scares, confidence in the AstraZeneca vaccine has not recovered in France and Germany ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง 78% safe (+1 from mid-Mar) ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ 54% (+16) ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น 48% (+12) ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ช 44% (+1) ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช 34% (+2) ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ฐ 25% (-17) ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท 22% (-1) (fieldwork 13-22 Apr) https://t.co/EjdgT0Be3m https://t.co/53Qv9L1AHv


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 2:00pm
Are video calls are a good substitute for face to face... Professional meetings: 49% yes / 37% no Social meetings: 23% yes / 69% no https://t.co/51BpFkvywn https://t.co/OLZD5oUCBl https://t.co/5Ad3yarWTv


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 1:41pm
How long have you had your current mobile phone number for? Boris Johnson joins 17% of Britons who've had the same one for over fifteen years https://t.co/3z7iYk5fQA https://t.co/MN7MRPHNR9


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2 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 11:23am
Wealthy countries should send spare vaccines to virus-hit nations before doing booster jabs, a WHO envoy has said. In the case of India, Britons are split on this. 34% support providing vaccines, whilst 39% say the domestic rollout should be prioritised https://t.co/NjYgMWpLlh https://t.co/qnV6HgmnL0


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3 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 9:46am
Over a third of women (35%) say they wouldn't cope well financially if their relationship was to end, with this the case among 24% of men https://t.co/56mGl74xNY https://t.co/F5zwx5gZBW


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3 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 9:46am
Women who work full-time are less likely to be financially reliant on their partner - but a fifth (21%) remain so, compared to only 7% of their male counterparts https://t.co/56mGl74xNY https://t.co/nVMhwcScsa


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3 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 9:46am
Over a third of women in a relationship (35%) are financially dependent on their partner. This is the case among only 11% of men with a significant other https://t.co/56mGl74xNY https://t.co/V6ZGCwGUgi


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3 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 8:49am
One in eleven NHS workers (9%) say they plan to leave the healthcare sector after the pandemic. The reasons why: Pay/benefits - 57% Issued related to Covid - 39% Work/life balance - 38% Mental health - 30% Bad work environment - 21% https://t.co/Dc8L2m1MLc https://t.co/X3wGdUAr1x


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3 days ago:   Wednesday May 5 - 4:21am
YouGov final Welsh Parliament voting intention (2021) CONSTITUENCY Lab 36% (+1 from 18-21 Apr) Con 29% (+5) Plaid 20% (-4) Reform UK 4% (nc) Lib Dem 3% (nc) LIST Lab 31% (-2) Con 25% (+3) Plaid 21% (-2) Abolish 7% (nc) Green 5% (nc) Lib Dem 4% (nc) https://t.co/Q2MsbDL7gq https://t.co/5edoGbtiGd


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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 3:05pm
Final YouGov London mayoral voting intention (2-4 May) FIRST PREFERENCES Sadiq Khan 43% (-4 from 1 Apr) Shaun Bailey 31% (+5) Siรขn Berry 10% (+1) Luisa Porritt 5% (-2) Laurence Fox 3% (-1) SECOND ROUND RUN OFF Sadiq Khan 59% (-7) Shaun Bailey 41% (+7) https://t.co/yz7N1LEPOI https://t.co/LhjiIhjk74


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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 12:20pm
Final YouGov/Times Scottish Parliament voting intention (2-4 May) CONSTITUENCY SNP 52% (+3 from 16-20 April) Con 20% (-1) Lab 19% (-2) LD 6% (nc) Green 2% (+1) REGIONAL LIST SNP 38% (-1) Con 22% (nc) Lab 16% (-1) Green 13% (+3) LD 5% (nc) Alba 3% (+1) https://t.co/ycvK0ZAOdl https://t.co/xcw36CdOnJ


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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 12:14pm
82% of Britons say they feel safe when out and about, regarding Covid-19. This is the case among... 86% of 65+ year olds 82% of 50-64s 80% of 25-49s 75% of 18-24s https://t.co/uJRYwsuWiB https://t.co/OYd9o0Hm8f


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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 11:58am
By 57% to 24% Britons would support the UK following France's lead in banning short-haul domestic flights, in the case a rail alternative could cover the journey in under 2.30hrs https://t.co/9EFbsAdOq5 https://t.co/Mt76BtK0xi


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3 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 10:39am
A head teacher has said on @GMB that it's not acceptable to say "good morning guys" to a group that includes women. Most Britons think it's fine when referring to a mixed group, though older people are less comfortable saying 'guys' to a group of women https://t.co/tUkE8DjKg4 https://t.co/Rg40ndyLGd


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4 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 7:21am
28% of Welsh people and 20% of Scots want to abolish their national parliaments. Who are they, and why do they want to do so? @PME_Politics provides an academic analysis https://t.co/Q1fWL1g94N https://t.co/lr9vUC6jxx


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4 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 6:41am
YouGov BrandIndex data shows the extent to which the Buzz Scores of the 'Big 6' clubs - a net score of positive and negative things respondents have heard about a club - plummeted as news of the European Super League broke https://t.co/CbUYpec0Us https://t.co/cW3UuTZRsK


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4 days ago:   Tuesday May 4 - 4:36am
As it is May 4th, here is a reminder of Star Wars fans' favourite heroes and villains HEROES 1. Han Solo: 26% 2. Luke Skywalker: 14% 3. Obi-Wan Kenobi: 11% VILLAINS 1. Darth Vader: 51% 2. Emperor Palpatine: 20% 3. Darth Maul: 6% https://t.co/n0gDBcPVaP #MayThe4thBeWithYou https://t.co/qCCad05kRy


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5 days ago:   Sunday May 2 - 3:44pm
Ahead of the #LineOfDuty season finale weโ€™re interested in one thing and one thing onlyโ€ฆ Who do viewers think "H" is? Philip Osborne - 22% Patricia Carmichael - 19% Andrea Wise - 6% Ted Hastings - 6% Marcus Thurwell - 4% https://t.co/vCWt1zW5sy https://t.co/WeEvlzsuqo


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6 days ago:   Saturday May 1 - 4:19pm
The Telegraph reports that Boris Johnson is set to announce that a new ยฃ200m royal yacht, named after Prince Philip, will be commissioned. Our recent survey found Britons oppose such a move by 47% to 29% https://t.co/Cw9lAWO5in

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1 week ago:   Saturday May 1 - 7:32am
RT @YouGov: The Tories look likely to pick up 90 seats in Red Wall councils at Thursday's local elections, according to new YouGov modelling Conservatives +90 seats Labour -59 Lib Dems -13 Green +2 UKIP -6 Other -14 https://t.co/23SRsg2to9 https://t.co/PFJbJaEYis


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1 week ago:   Saturday May 1 - 4:17am
Projected changes in Red Wall council areas Changes in largest party Bolton: Lab to Con Dudley: Lab to Con Changes in control Dudley: NOC to Con Labour may well also lose majority control of Bury, Hyndburn and Lincoln, but currently too close to call https://t.co/23SRsg2to9 https://t.co/NPPRfJBj2X


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1 week ago:   Saturday May 1 - 4:17am
Local election vote intention in Red Wall councils Conservative 37% (+13 from 2016/17 result) Labour 38% (-4) Lib Dems 6% (-4) Greens 9% (+4) Reform UK 3% (-9 from UKIP result) Other 6% (-1) https://t.co/23SRsg2to9 https://t.co/H3ow1Dg1ZS


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1 week ago:   Saturday May 1 - 4:17am
The Tories look likely to pick up 90 seats in Red Wall councils at Thursday's local elections, according to new YouGov modelling Conservatives +90 seats Labour -59 Lib Dems -13 Green +2 UKIP -6 Other -14 https://t.co/23SRsg2to9 https://t.co/PFJbJaEYis


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1 week ago:   Friday Apr 30 - 12:24pm
The public are not really paying any closer attention to the fall out from the No10 flat refurbishment than they were at the start of the week Very/fairly closely: 33% (+2) Not very closely: 26% (-1) Aware but not following: 33% (+5) Not aware: 8% (-6) https://t.co/Bp4gNA4sM2 https://t.co/kZ5YGrEgcC


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1 week ago:   Friday Apr 30 - 12:16pm
A question inspired by Line of Duty: 'How corrupt do you think police forces are in the UK?' Very: 6% Somewhat: 28% Not very: 43% Not at all: 9% https://t.co/pFZXkedrR3 https://t.co/v5yTn2nfHw


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1 week ago:   Friday Apr 30 - 12:00pm
If you wanted to extend a Monday bank holiday weekend by an extra day, which day would you rather take off work? The Friday - 66% The Tuesday - 22% https://t.co/tmMigOhtlD https://t.co/FXRHgrT5V0


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1 week ago:   Friday Apr 30 - 10:59am
Net favourability ratings Boris Johnson: -11 (no change from 7-8 April) Keir Starmer: -19 (down 12) https://t.co/5EBGmVUpBs https://t.co/i6W7ZI82KW


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1 week ago:   Friday Apr 30 - 10:58am
Before the recent scandals broke, Boris Johnson had a net favourability rating of -11 After, the PM has a rating of... -11 YouGov's @PME_Politics looks at why public opinion seems to have shifted so little, despite high public awareness of the PM's woes https://t.co/5EBGmVUpBs https://t.co/puJe2hSpKx


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1 week ago:   Friday Apr 30 - 8:12am
RT @YouGov: Who do Line of Duty viewers think "H" is? Philip Osborne - 22% Patricia Carmichael - 19% Andrea Wise - 6% Ted Hastings - 6% Marcus Thurwell - 4% Rohan Sindwhani - 4% Kate Fleming - 3% Chris Lomax - 3% https://t.co/vCWt1zW5sy https://t.co/I82r1CxCmV


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1 week ago:   Friday Apr 30 - 8:10am
Where do Brits feel they could go for financial support, if they needed it? Friends/family - 65% Employer - 28% Bank - 27% The government - 25% Insurers - 16% https://t.co/mFwlW58510 https://t.co/iqcwVow3e2


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1 week ago:   Friday Apr 30 - 7:35am
The % of Britons who are worrying about the following as a result of the pandemic... Increased cost of living - 70% Impact of recession - 59% Increased taxes - 56% Investments losing value - 28% Affording mortgage/rent - 27% Keeping job - 23% https://t.co/b3WjRGEvbL https://t.co/efbUufyy4L


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1 week ago:   Friday Apr 30 - 7:27am
% of Londoners who have "a good idea of who this [mayoral] candidate is and what they stand for" Sadiq Khan - 65% Shaun Bailey - 33% Laurence Fox - 16% Siรขn Berry - 14% Piers Corbyn - 9% Count Binface - 6% Luisa Porritt - 5% Peter Gammons - 4% https://t.co/8Lgv7DBu0o https://t.co/mcLLd5zsFb


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1 week ago:   Friday Apr 30 - 7:14am
RT @YouGov: Britons are more likely to see the reported "bodies pile highโ€ comment as an expression of the PMโ€™s reluctance to re-enter lockdown, rather than a comment on the value of saving lives Expression of reluctance - 51% Value of saving lives - 30% https://t.co/qWIE5Kckw4 https://t.co/uptFaERrAO


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1 week ago:   Friday Apr 30 - 5:47am
Who do Line of Duty viewers think "H" is? Philip Osborne - 22% Patricia Carmichael - 19% Andrea Wise - 6% Ted Hastings - 6% Marcus Thurwell - 4% Rohan Sindwhani - 4% Kate Fleming - 3% Chris Lomax - 3% https://t.co/vCWt1zW5sy https://t.co/I82r1CxCmV


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1 week ago:   Friday Apr 30 - 5:38am
Britons are more likely to see the reported "bodies pile highโ€ comment as an expression of the PMโ€™s reluctance to re-enter lockdown, rather than a comment on the value of saving lives Expression of reluctance - 51% Value of saving lives - 30% https://t.co/qWIE5Kckw4 https://t.co/uptFaERrAO


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1 week ago:   Friday Apr 30 - 5:38am
Do Britons think Boris Johnson said the controversial โ€œlet the bodies pile highโ€ comment? ALL BRITONS: Probably did - 50% Probably didnโ€™t - 26% CON VOTERS: Probably did - 29% Probably didnโ€™t - 47% LAB VOTERS: Probably did - 80% Probably didnโ€™t - 9% https://t.co/qWIE5Kckw4 https://t.co/bJUr7QRlrw


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1 week ago:   Thursday Apr 29 - 12:17pm
RT @YouGov: As William and Kate approach their tenth wedding anniversary, 76% of Britons say that, when the time comes, Kate will make a good Queen https://t.co/dCzC7rI3RT https://t.co/NZGmOU0MjO


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1 week ago:   Thursday Apr 29 - 12:16pm
Two thirds of Britons (66%) support the introduction of a travel traffic light system - but which potential "green light" destinations do holiday makers want to visit? @ievagram has taken a look https://t.co/APGBjujdyE

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1 week ago:   Thursday Apr 29 - 11:28am
Latest Westminster voting intention (27-28 April) Con: 44% (n/c 21-22 April) Lab: 33% (-1) Lib Dem: 7% (+2) Green: 7% (n/c) SNP: 4% (-1) Reform UK: 3% (+1) https://t.co/CSa4JFWZU8 https://t.co/Rc80b0OJoV


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1 week ago:   Thursday Apr 29 - 10:12am
67% of Plaid Cymru voters would be pleased to enter a Labour led coalition after the upcoming Senedd elections. 32% would even be pleased to see Labour win a majority https://t.co/Dm6i8h4j9j https://t.co/LTjImcnHE1


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1 week ago:   Thursday Apr 29 - 9:41am
The majority of SNP voters (55%) would be disappointed if victory in the Holyrood elections came at the cost of a coalition with Alba. Most (72%) would be happy joining up with Scottish Greens, however https://t.co/22SNmXwBdk https://t.co/uPTyrWP5Iu


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Apr 28 - 2:11pm
The government has said self-driving vehicles could be allowed on UK roads by the end of this year. A comfortable majority of Britons remain uncomfortable with the concept of them, be it as a driver (67%), pedestrian (68%) or passenger (73%) https://t.co/8Cav0WA7su https://t.co/z5h8fT7CBU


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Apr 28 - 11:46am
As William and Kate approach their tenth wedding anniversary, 76% of Britons say that, when the time comes, Kate will make a good Queen https://t.co/dCzC7rI3RT https://t.co/NZGmOU0MjO


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Apr 28 - 11:13am
The public are split on how Britain should respond to the coronavirus crisis in India. 34% think vaccines should be provided, even if it slows the rollout at home. 39% think the domestic rollout should be prioritised, regardless of the situation in India https://t.co/NjYgMWpLlh https://t.co/QwLnpkaBOF


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Apr 28 - 8:26am
We're delighted to be an official data partner for the @EUISoU run #SOU2021 event on 6-8 May, which will be looking at the challenges and opportunities for Europe across a range of issues - including climate change, AI and public health Register here: https://t.co/5jeoFx5m9i https://t.co/44atmAWE7H


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Apr 28 - 6:56am
RT @YouGov: Vaccine hesitancy has fallen dramatically across all of British society. % unwilling/unsure about taking the COVID-19 vaccine All: 11% (-28 from Nov) 18-24yr olds: 23% (-23) 65+: 3% (-22) Con: 9% (-30) Lab: 11% (-24) ABC1: 10% (-23) C2DE: 14% (-33) https://t.co/vBwVZodVVx https://t.co/UmuosAGcIv


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Apr 28 - 4:58am
Vaccine hesitancy has fallen dramatically across all of British society. % unwilling/unsure about taking the COVID-19 vaccine All: 11% (-28 from Nov) 18-24yr olds: 23% (-23) 65+: 3% (-22) Con: 9% (-30) Lab: 11% (-24) ABC1: 10% (-23) C2DE: 14% (-33) https://t.co/vBwVZodVVx https://t.co/UmuosAGcIv


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Apr 27 - 1:07pm
...And should the games at Euro 2020 be open to spectators, a strong majority of both the general public and football fans say vaccine certificate should be required to attend the games https://t.co/DEKAy4fF3x https://t.co/QCglwUV2QB


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Apr 27 - 1:07pm
If the UK were to host the Euros this summer, neither the general public nor football fans think fans from abroad should be allowed to attend the matches https://t.co/DEKAy4fF3x https://t.co/j0EpP61ig2


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Apr 27 - 1:07pm
Should the UK host the rescheduled Euro 2020 comp this summer? The general public aren't convinced, but football fans are bang up for it GENERAL PUBLIC 40% support / 26% oppose FOOTBALL FANS 71% support / 19% oppose https://t.co/DEKAy4fF3x https://t.co/8uY8iZRs1l


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Apr 27 - 12:43pm
By 41% to 35% Britons think film and TV award ceremonies should have one acting award with everyone eligible, rather than separate categories for male and female awards https://t.co/kdTCpZQ7GX https://t.co/GFmyI9MKxh


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Apr 27 - 12:35pm
Who Britons think should cover the cost of redecorating the No10 flat where the PM lives: The PM themselves - 59% The Gov, from public money - 19% A charitable trust - 3% One-off donations - 2% https://t.co/U6pBOhrU3Z https://t.co/la53NP1kuC


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Apr 27 - 12:08pm
Sir Anthony Hopkins was fast asleep when he was announced as the winner of Best Actor at Sunday night's Oscars. Most Britons probably were, too - 71% have little to no interest in who wins the awards https://t.co/k3SYKW5m3D https://t.co/59Jr46Bexz


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Apr 27 - 11:56am
A similar proportion said yesterday they were following the briefing row between Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings https://t.co/untY4Y7JYW

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1 week ago:   Tuesday Apr 27 - 11:55am
How closely have the public been following the story around the redecoration of Boris Johnson's flat in Downing Street? Very/fairly closely - 31% Not closely - 27% Aware but not following - 28% Not aware at all - 14% https://t.co/2qEzT0MCJV https://t.co/RwXySCBzhI


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Apr 27 - 11:17am
Britons are split on who should succeed the Queen: Prince Charles - 37% Prince William - 34% Neither - 17% https://t.co/oQ8TSzINeJ https://t.co/YUSO0dMXvk


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Apr 27 - 11:17am
The net favourability ratings of most royals have improved since mid-March. Harry and Meghan's are the only that have not The Queen +76 (+10) William +68 (+8) Kate +67 (+10) Charles +25 (+18) Edward +35 (+20) Harry -6 (-3) Meghan -32 (-5) https://t.co/oQ8TSzINeJ https://t.co/zzOygqiKJs


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Apr 27 - 6:14am
Just over a third of British businesses (35%) have workers on furlough. 19% of this group say it's unlikely that all of these workers will be kept on https://t.co/qEVXK1O3V0 https://t.co/A1te1yD2sf


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Apr 27 - 6:14am
Despite the growing sense of optimism about being through the worst of the pandemic, a third of British businesses (32%) expect to make redundancies before the end of the year. This rises to 50% for large companies https://t.co/qEVXK1O3V0 https://t.co/RG07uXfzC7


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1 week ago:   Monday Apr 26 - 12:45pm
Nearly a quarter of teachers (24%) received extra criticism from parents because of their remote teaching during the pandemic. Primary school teachers are twice as likely to say they received criticism compared to those in secondary school https://t.co/fLWVKz2Vdh https://t.co/9M3anQu61m


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1 week ago:   Monday Apr 26 - 10:42am
Who are you more inclined to believe, regarding the claims made by Boris Johnson and Dominic Cummings about leaks and conduct in Downing Street? Boris Johnson - 22% Dominic Cummings - 16% Neither - 46% https://t.co/XuXFASiQyd https://t.co/PjjKstptiY


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1 week ago:   Monday Apr 26 - 10:30am
A third of Britons are closely following the story around Dominic Cummings and his allegations about Boris Johnsonโ€™s conduct as PM Following very/fairly closely - 34% Not following closely - 27% Aware but not following - 26% Not aware at all - 12% https://t.co/Vaf3Xu5rbO https://t.co/Tyf5jpTgxD


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1 week ago:   Monday Apr 26 - 9:52am
A supermarket in Cornwall has apologised for displaying a picture of an โ€˜โ€˜incorrectlyโ€ arranged scone with the cream on first. By 61% to 21% the British public are clear it should be done the "Cornish" way: jam first, and *then* the cream on top https://t.co/SRltb4GWKz https://t.co/LpAA78gQKD


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Apr 23 - 12:43pm
By 42% to 35% the public think English university students should be allowed to resume in-person teaching *before* the currently scheduled date of 17 May. 18-24 year olds are the most likely age group to be of this opinion (51%) https://t.co/E5hWuV5boJ https://t.co/kbhPsl2gN6


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Apr 23 - 12:36pm
Will coronavirus bring the world closer together, or leave us further apart? Closer - 12% Further apart - 37% No difference - 39% https://t.co/kghVJqJo3F https://t.co/ETZuU1C4ZX


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Apr 23 - 9:15am
On this, Labour and Conservative voters are in agreement: ex-ministers should not be allowed to work helping firms win government contracts, or be employed at firms that worked on government contracts while they were in office https://t.co/4RHJwyTg2y https://t.co/obXPIPKccI


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Apr 23 - 9:14am
% of Britons who say it is unacceptable for ex-ministers to be employed... ...to try and win govt contracts for firms - 61% ...by a company that worked on govt contracts while they were in office - 58% ...to give advice on winning govt contracts - 54% https://t.co/4RHJwyTg2y https://t.co/wwvuM4HRxk


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YouGov
2 weeks ago:   Friday Apr 23 - 5:26am
Should #StGeorgesDay be a bank holiday? Half of English people (49%) think so - but only in England. A quarter (24%) think it should be a bank holiday for the whole UK https://t.co/LIVdsnxYLf https://t.co/yAi8KuiLLV


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Apr 23 - 5:15am
Latest Westminster voting intention (21-22 April) Con: 44% (+1 from 13-14 April) Lab: 34% (+5) Green: 7% (-1) Lib Dem: 5% (-3) SNP: 5% (n/c) Reform UK: 2% (-1) https://t.co/188CWO224M https://t.co/gArZVV4lGx


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Apr 23 - 4:21am
Scottish and Welsh people are much less friendly to the England flag than English people are to Scottish and Welsh flags English people: ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ฅ๓ ฎ๓ ง๓ ฟ๐Ÿ‘60%, ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ณ๓ ฃ๓ ด๓ ฟ๐Ÿ‘56%, ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ท๓ ฌ๓ ณ๓ ฟ๐Ÿ‘57% Welsh people: ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ฅ๓ ฎ๓ ง๓ ฟ๐Ÿ‘44%, ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ณ๓ ฃ๓ ด๓ ฟ๐Ÿ‘58%, ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ท๓ ฌ๓ ณ๓ ฟ๐Ÿ‘68% Scottish people: ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ฅ๓ ฎ๓ ง๓ ฟ๐Ÿ‘30%, ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ณ๓ ฃ๓ ด๓ ฟ๐Ÿ‘57%, ๐Ÿด๓ ง๓ ข๓ ท๓ ฌ๓ ณ๓ ฟ๐Ÿ‘46% https://t.co/Tdz2ngu6ef https://t.co/RRvvrbVrKm


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YouGov
2 weeks ago:   Friday Apr 23 - 4:21am
Today is #StGeorgesDay, but a quarter of Britons (24%) have an unfavourable view of those who display St George's cross at their home https://t.co/Tdz2ngu6ef https://t.co/6TUX3RCy0J


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 3:05pm
When you aren't clear whether something you want or need to do would breach the coronavirus rules, do you tend toโ€ฆ? Avoid doing it - 58% Do it any way - 16% https://t.co/fG6mZVFX7Q https://t.co/GVVmzkS9o3


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 2:51pm
Who is responsible for how well the COVID-19 vaccination programme is going? (respondents could choose both) ALL BRITONS Government - 62% NHS - 76% CONSERVATIVES Government - 82% NHS - 71% LABOUR Government - 41% NHS - 86% https://t.co/P9gTbL5dYb https://t.co/JjvHL4Zzyn


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 12:21pm
Scottish independence voting intention: Yes: 47% (-2 v 4-8 Mar) No: 53% (+2) Fieldwork 16-20 Apr https://t.co/aHl69j1wZa https://t.co/G3OQcJGpq6


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 12:21pm
Latest Holyrood voting intention (16-20 Apr) Constit. SNP 49% (-1 v 19-22 Mar) Con 21% (-3) Lab 21% (+4) Lib Dem 6% (+1) Green 1% (-1) Regional/party SNP 39% (-7) Con 22% (-2) Lab 17% (+2) Green 10% (+2) Lib Dem 5% (n/c) https://t.co/aHl69j1wZa https://t.co/jqrw5eZuEw


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 11:11am
Welsh Parliament voting intention (18-21 Apr) Constit. Lab 35% (+3 v 16-19 Mar) Con 24% (-6) PC 24% (+1) LD 3% (-2) RefUK 4% (+1) Abolish 3% (-) Grn 3% (+1) List Lab 33% (+2) Con 22% (-6) PC 23% (+1) LD 4% (-) Abolish 7% (-) Grn 5% (+2) RefUK 2% (+1) https://t.co/Ym24ExZGYM https://t.co/a8lGqAXfcB


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 8:51am
Which health services would Brits be willing to receive from an AI or robot? Prescriptions - 40% Assisted surgery - 37% Illness diagnosis - 26% GP services - 23% Intensive care - 23% Mental health services - 9% None - 34% https://t.co/eeGeZlM76y https://t.co/sqwp2tyPDn


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 8:30am
Phillip Schofield has revealed he's been suffering from anxiety over lockdown easing, saying he's 'not used to going outโ€™. He's not alone: 49% of Brits recently told us they expect adjusting back normal life post pandemic will be difficult https://t.co/qPGeHAXSWp https://t.co/JGrkaGsikA


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 7:04am
Covid passports will be made available from next month in time for summer holidays, it has been reported. Our recent polling showed that 61% of Britons are in support of introducing such a system https://t.co/3xxFXPujE9 https://t.co/koHFsUHKvQ


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 6:07am
UK continues to top the list of places where people are willing to take/have already taken the COVID-19 vaccine ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง 89% ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡ช 86% ๐Ÿ‡ป๐Ÿ‡ณ 85% ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ฐ 83% ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ 82% ๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡พ 81% ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ 79% ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ 78% ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ฎ 74% ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ช 74% ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ด 73% ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฉ 71% ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น 71% ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช 67% ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ 65% ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ญ 63% ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท 58% ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ 56% ๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ฐ 38% ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ผ 35% https://t.co/BgXMDASwX8

YouGov
2 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 6:02am
Approval of the government's handling of COVID-19 is approaching the high levels seen in the early stages of the pandemic Well - 59% Badly - 34% https://t.co/Lii25uT8MH https://t.co/M5xkd6XDvT


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 5:50am
Britons trust Joe Biden and Angela Merkel more on climate change than Boris Johnson Biden - 42% Merkel - 39% Johnson - 35% Macron - 17% https://t.co/ZTmJkDWbwI https://t.co/hczDcn93ik


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 5:50am
Which climate change policies do Britons support? More tax the further air travellers fly - 56% Banning new petrol+diesel cares from 2030 - 51% Banning gas power stations - 41% Banning installation of new gas boilers - 35% Taxes on meat - 33% https://t.co/ZTmJkDWbwI #EarthDay https://t.co/hfOeeZsnVM


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 5:50am
Which are the most important environmental issues for the government to address? Reducing plastic use - 45% Reducing greenhouse gases - 39% Protecting countryside - 33% Reducing air pollution - 27% More recycling - 20% https://t.co/ZTmJkDWbwI #EarthDay https://t.co/re1mQxXFnD


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Apr 22 - 5:50am
It's #EarthDay today, but after the ravages of COVID-19, how many Britons consider the environment/climate change a top issue facing the country? Economy - 64% Unemployment - 41% Health - 40% Environment/climate change - 26% Education - 25% https://t.co/ZTmJkDWbwI https://t.co/VELIpjE2Xy


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Apr 21 - 11:36am
Wildcats are set to be reintroduced to English woodlands for the first time in 200 years. We previously found that 46% of Britons would be in support of their reintroduction https://t.co/wrJz9FYkRU https://t.co/kIILZjCzCV


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Apr 21 - 10:59am
To what extent, if at all, are you aware of the trial in America of Derek Chauvin, the police officer convicted of killing George Floyd? Very aware - 43% Somewhat aware - 43% Not very aware - 8% Not aware at all - 4% https://t.co/8AtUJFQKgF https://t.co/OfGNClgi3B


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Apr 21 - 10:42am
Britons are also feeling less frustrated and less bored. 33% said they felt frustrated in the past week, the lowest figure since before the pandemic. 25% felt bored, down from 40% at the end of January and much of February https://t.co/DIXvfSl0zt https://t.co/3x2u9s2jPv


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