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23 hours ago:   Saturday May 18 - 3:49pm
RT @YouGov: Brits would vote to leave the #Eurovision Song Contest... by 52% to 48%. Leave voters are much more likely to want to pull us out than Remain voters https://t.co/NlVqfsgtIq https://t.co/r6FW10GNm2


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1 day ago:   Saturday May 18 - 5:01am
RT @YouGov: Similarly, in the eyes of Conservative party members, Boris Johnson beats his rivals across all seven positive characteristics we asked about, and often by wide margins. He performs especially well on "likeable", "able to win an election" & "strong leader" https://t.co/GyVXJODlmj https://t.co/BFlsP6INNw


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1 day ago:   Saturday May 18 - 5:01am
RT @YouGov: Conservative party members will decide the next PM, and our new poll of Tory members finds Boris Johnson beating every contender he faces. Even against his closest competitor – Dominic Raab – Boris wins by a commanding 59% to 41%. https://t.co/GyVXJODlmj https://t.co/i1JTeWbgTB


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 1:11pm
Here are some more detailed results on those positive characteristics https://t.co/GyVXJODlmj https://t.co/UalSvi9T7Q


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 1:11pm
Similarly, in the eyes of Conservative party members, Boris Johnson beats his rivals across all seven positive characteristics we asked about, and often by wide margins. He performs especially well on "likeable", "able to win an election" & "strong leader" https://t.co/GyVXJODlmj https://t.co/BFlsP6INNw


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 1:11pm
Conservative party members will decide the next PM, and our new poll of Tory members finds Boris Johnson beating every contender he faces. Even against his closest competitor – Dominic Raab – Boris wins by a commanding 59% to 41%. https://t.co/GyVXJODlmj https://t.co/i1JTeWbgTB


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 11:54am
It may be law in Australia, but by 49% to 37% Brits oppose making it compulsory for people to vote at general elections, with a fine for those who fail to do https://t.co/2F7EBtB5A5 https://t.co/1BNBHTFnj8


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 9:33am
RT @YouGov: Age is a key factor in voting intention for the EU Parliament elections. The older someone is, the more likely they are to vote Brexit Party. Likewise, the younger someone is the more likely they are to back the anti-Brexit parties (LD/G/CHUK) or Labour https://t.co/COOknhxQCQ https://t.co/VQ9B4SxU7Y


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 7:21am
RT @YouGov: Even those people whose preferred Brexit outcome is Theresa May's deal would rather vote Brexit Party (34%) than Conservative (26%) https://t.co/COOknhxQCQ https://t.co/gQF4b8FQkl


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 6:20am
RT @YouGov: Labour will see 47% of its Leave-voting supporters back the Brexit Party at the EU Parliament elections. A quarter (23%) of Remain-voting Conservatives will back the Lib Dems https://t.co/COOknhxQCQ https://t.co/66LffquM0N


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 5:58am
RT @YouGov: Only 35% of 2017 Labour voters - and just 20% of 2017 Conservative voters - say they intend to vote for those parties again at the EU Parliament elections. 62% of Tory voters will back the Brexit Party, while 43% of Lab voters will go Lib Dem/Green/CHUK https://t.co/COOknhxQCQ https://t.co/zEAPyuh5tr


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 5:01am
RT @YouGov: THREAD/ We take an in-depth look at EU Parliament voting intention. First up, new headline results: Brexit Party - 35% Lib Dem - 16% Lab - 15% Green - 10% Con - 9% Change UK - 5% UKIP - 3% Other - 7% (Fieldwork 12-16 May) https://t.co/COOknhxQCQ https://t.co/e3531hrlyj


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 3:42am
23% of Brits intend to watch this year's #Eurovision, but we tend to have less 'nice' motivations for doing so. Our most common reasons for watching are because of the (famously sarcastic) commentary (25%) and to make fun of it (19%) https://t.co/NlVqfsgtIq https://t.co/lsE2fGY3DG


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 3:42am
Britons are noticeably more likely than other Europeans to thing that people vote in #Eurovision for political reasons. In fact, 31% think that's the only basis on which people vote, compared to 4-15% elsewhere https://t.co/NlVqfsgtIq https://t.co/zKjV5wo0o9


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 3:42am
Brits would vote to leave the #Eurovision Song Contest... by 52% to 48%. Leave voters are much more likely to want to pull us out than Remain voters https://t.co/NlVqfsgtIq https://t.co/r6FW10GNm2


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 3:22am
Latest Westminster voting intention (13-14 May) Con - 25% Lab - 25% Brexit Party - 18% Lib Dem - 16% Green - 7% Change UK - 2% UKIP - 2% Other - 6% https://t.co/kcUlYNd7QC https://t.co/IKgrtuc06U


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 3:16am
Age is a key factor in voting intention for the EU Parliament elections. The older someone is, the more likely they are to vote Brexit Party. Likewise, the younger someone is the more likely they are to back the anti-Brexit parties (LD/G/CHUK) or Labour https://t.co/COOknhxQCQ https://t.co/VQ9B4SxU7Y


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 3:16am
Even those people whose preferred Brexit outcome is Theresa May's deal would rather vote Brexit Party (34%) than Conservative (26%) https://t.co/COOknhxQCQ https://t.co/gQF4b8FQkl


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 3:16am
Labour will see 47% of its Leave-voting supporters back the Brexit Party at the EU Parliament elections. A quarter (23%) of Remain-voting Conservatives will back the Lib Dems https://t.co/COOknhxQCQ https://t.co/66LffquM0N


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 3:16am
Only 35% of 2017 Labour voters - and just 20% of 2017 Conservative voters - say they intend to vote for those parties again at the EU Parliament elections. 62% of Tory voters will back the Brexit Party, while 43% of Lab voters will go Lib Dem/Green/CHUK https://t.co/COOknhxQCQ https://t.co/zEAPyuh5tr


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2 days ago:   Friday May 17 - 3:16am
THREAD/ We take an in-depth look at EU Parliament voting intention. First up, new headline results: Brexit Party - 35% Lib Dem - 16% Lab - 15% Green - 10% Con - 9% Change UK - 5% UKIP - 3% Other - 7% (Fieldwork 12-16 May) https://t.co/COOknhxQCQ https://t.co/e3531hrlyj


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3 days ago:   Thursday May 16 - 12:44pm
By 42% to 28% Brits support Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt's proposal, whereby armed forces troops and veterans are protected from most prosecutions for actions that took place over ten years ago - 30% aren't sure https://t.co/ETqoj8T9bC https://t.co/yJLVr8W9zF


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3 days ago:   Thursday May 16 - 12:40pm
Only 14% of Brits think that Theresa May resigning and being replaced by a new Conservative leader would help resolve Brexit - 73% say it would either do nothing to help, or make things even worse https://t.co/WnLZ8JWwIt https://t.co/zgb9XltXpQ


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3 days ago:   Thursday May 16 - 12:37pm
With the topic having been debated hotly online, we've put it to the British public: when having a bath/shower, do you wash your legs? Yes: 85% No: 11% https://t.co/0z9hqsXAaq https://t.co/6eXb4wwJPs


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3 days ago:   Thursday May 16 - 11:07am
RT @YouGov: Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May are now more unpopular than Nigel Farage. Net favourability scores: Nigel Farage: -32 Theresa May: -49 (her all-time low) Jeremy Corbyn: -50 https://t.co/41xUly3l24 https://t.co/2tZblqr48n


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3 days ago:   Thursday May 16 - 7:11am
Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May are now more unpopular than Nigel Farage. Net favourability scores: Nigel Farage: -32 Theresa May: -49 (her all-time low) Jeremy Corbyn: -50 https://t.co/41xUly3l24 https://t.co/2tZblqr48n


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4 days ago:   Wednesday May 15 - 12:47pm
RT @YouGov: % who think each party's Brexit policy is very or fairly clear: Brexit Party - 59% UKIP - 48% Lib Dems - 41% Greens - 34% Change UK - 31% Conservatives - 17% Labour - 13% https://t.co/RyPpfxC7fB https://t.co/A5ROVCkXka


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4 days ago:   Wednesday May 15 - 12:44pm
The Department for Food and Rural Affairs is campaigning to reduce food waste, but half of Brits (51%) claim that in day-to-day life they neither buy too much nor too little - one in five (19%) say they tend to buy too much https://t.co/8zn1zFrbus https://t.co/jAeO8x1AAH


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4 days ago:   Wednesday May 15 - 12:38pm
The number of people passing their car theory test has fallen to its lowest level in a decade. When in comes to the practical test, here are the % Britons who passed… First time: 37% Second time: 24% Third time: 12% Forth time: 3% https://t.co/8WMpXoeoUv https://t.co/tHgUXFlSwB


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4 days ago:   Wednesday May 15 - 12:37pm
A note for Jon Snow of #GOT: when it comes to leadership, by 58% to 21% Brits say they’d rather support someone who really wants the position, than someone who is reluctant https://t.co/EeqxKW9qS3 https://t.co/iO8oJtAJmP


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4 days ago:   Wednesday May 15 - 10:27am
% who think each party's Brexit policy is very or fairly clear: Brexit Party - 59% UKIP - 48% Lib Dems - 41% Greens - 34% Change UK - 31% Conservatives - 17% Labour - 13% https://t.co/RyPpfxC7fB https://t.co/A5ROVCkXka


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4 days ago:   Wednesday May 15 - 6:39am
Black Mirror have released the trailer for season 5, but which technologies in the show so far would Brits be willing to use? The most popular is an implant allowing you to record everything you saw and heard so you could re-watch the footage later https://t.co/8d5IrhMguS https://t.co/EMphdBvKFy


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4 days ago:   Wednesday May 15 - 4:50am
In recognition of #NationalNumeracyDay: last year we found that Maths (96%) sits alongside English (96%) and computing/ICT (95%) as the school subjects which the British public considers to be most important https://t.co/B4hHXivLxH https://t.co/pQsmGaWOw8


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4 days ago:   Wednesday May 15 - 3:43am
Uber is introducing a “quiet car” mode so users don’t have to talk to their drivers. We previously found 37% of Brits don’t want to talk to their taxi drivers, rising to 50% of 18-34 year olds https://t.co/ShiegZyEB5 https://t.co/IOTo48r1FK


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5 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 12:50pm
RT @YouGov: For #NationalVegetarianWeek... how Brits define their diet: Meat-eater: 73% Flexitarian: 14% Vegetarian: 3% Vegan: 1% https://t.co/vXwFUmz57r https://t.co/hLOU0m3AXr


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5 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 12:38pm
Tonight @stephanshaxper will be providing the opening commentary for the second @guardianlive event to discuss the results from the #YouGovCambridge Globalism Project, this time joined by the panel of @CasMudde, @Elif_Safak, @odelphine and @michaelkenny_ https://t.co/4T5XKmJBjD

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5 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 12:34pm
With WhatsApp having fixed their recent hacking glitch, we asked Brits which communication method they most trust when it comes to privacy: Phone call: 43% Email: 12% Whatsapp: 8% Text message: 5% Social media private messaging: 3% https://t.co/xUu6ZeDFPl https://t.co/lGDbl7DguO


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5 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 12:32pm
With Housing Secretary James Brokenshire coming in for heat for having two double ovens in his kitchen, almost a quarter of Brits (23%) say that they have more than one oven in their home https://t.co/GiioMRUSii https://t.co/tAjlDiLiro


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5 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 12:28pm
Following the centuries of speculation, we asked Brits who they think wrote the plays attributed to William Shakespeare... William Shakespeare: 75% Someone else: 9% https://t.co/GRs37TjU3y https://t.co/cwrkgin2gR


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5 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 9:54am
RT @YouGov: % of people who think each party will still be important in 10 years time: Conservatives - 71% Labour - 70% Green - 51% Lib Dem - 45% UKIP - 13% Brexit Party - 13% Change UK - 10% https://t.co/KInBt4wqMu https://t.co/74yZNM8Xjb


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5 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 9:14am
RT @YouGov: 37% of smart speaker owners don't know that everything they say to their device is stored in the cloud... and even fewer know how they can interact with these recordings https://t.co/F9wpgaYSPT https://t.co/AyLYfHONgx


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5 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 7:24am
37% of smart speaker owners don't know that everything they say to their device is stored in the cloud... and even fewer know how they can interact with these recordings https://t.co/F9wpgaYSPT https://t.co/AyLYfHONgx


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5 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 5:58am
Only one in five Brits (21%) say the caller themselves should be required to pay for the 101 phone line for non emergency calls - more than half think either the taxpayer (28%) or phone companies (26%) should pay https://t.co/aGpNt7zCT0 https://t.co/qNxkPRJZ8A


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5 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 5:33am
(Worth pointing out that the fieldwork was conducted prior to the Lib Dems' successful performance at the local elections)

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5 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 5:33am
There was a time when the Lib Dems looked like their time in politics might be done - in 2016 Brits were split 35/38 on whether the party would last a decade. This has since changed to 45/25 in favour of those who think it will https://t.co/KInBt4wqMu https://t.co/rH7WJKDFbU


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5 days ago:   Tuesday May 14 - 5:33am
% of people who think each party will still be important in 10 years time: Conservatives - 71% Labour - 70% Green - 51% Lib Dem - 45% UKIP - 13% Brexit Party - 13% Change UK - 10% https://t.co/KInBt4wqMu https://t.co/74yZNM8Xjb


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6 days ago:   Monday May 13 - 2:02pm
Tonight we're with the @guardianlive to discuss results from the #YouGovCambridge Globalism Project - @StephanShaxper to introduce and provide opening commentary, Tony Blair (@InstituteGC) and @PaulLewis to analyse https://t.co/ZrvNhLo6Mt

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6 days ago:   Monday May 13 - 1:03pm
RT @YouGov: Conservatives pushed into fifth place in our latest European Parliament voting intention survey (fieldwork 8-9 May) Brexit Party - 34% Lab - 16% Lib Dem - 15% Green - 11% Con - 10% Change UK - 5% UKIP - 3% https://t.co/W4o6NfLQkL https://t.co/aQ1swhpFRE


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6 days ago:   Monday May 13 - 12:34pm
For #NationalVegetarianWeek... how Brits define their diet: Meat-eater: 73% Flexitarian: 14% Vegetarian: 3% Vegan: 1% https://t.co/vXwFUmz57r https://t.co/hLOU0m3AXr


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6 days ago:   Monday May 13 - 12:27pm
By 49% to 21% Brits say MPs should be more willing to compromise in order to find a way forward with Brexit, rather than stick to their principles. This is the preference for around half of Remain (54%) and Leave (49%) voters https://t.co/gAsJFQr9hM https://t.co/ANZVqYOsjH


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6 days ago:   Monday May 13 - 12:15pm
If time travel were possible, would you go...? To the past: 51% To the future: 27% https://t.co/Uy6LxbU766 https://t.co/aWuiROmYcL


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6 days ago:   Monday May 13 - 11:05am
RT @YouGov: Latest Westminster voting intention (8-9 May) Con - 24% Lab - 24% Brexit Party - 18% Lib Dem - 16% Green - 7% Change UK - 2% UKIP - 2% Other - 6% https://t.co/yr67xo9Oon https://t.co/TCQMz1AsX4


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6 days ago:   Monday May 13 - 10:40am
Tom Watson today described Labour as a "Remain and reform" party. A recent YouGov poll found that only 42% of people believe the party to be anti-Brexit https://t.co/AyUw6jm6Lh https://t.co/6gP90AvYpP


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6 days ago:   Monday May 13 - 9:51am
RT @YouGov: They might be polling well now, but most people don't think the Brexit Party is here to stay, writes YouGov's @chriscurtis94 in @timesredbox. UKIP and Change UK are also expected to be gone within a decade https://t.co/Re94u698Rv https://t.co/5Z2z9XsLWP


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6 days ago:   Monday May 13 - 8:21am
This week is #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek. YouGov research has found that two thirds of Britons know someone with mental health problems https://t.co/S1S342w9l1 https://t.co/E2M2fEBDpz


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6 days ago:   Monday May 13 - 5:03am
They might be polling well now, but most people don't think the Brexit Party is here to stay, writes YouGov's @chriscurtis94 in @timesredbox. UKIP and Change UK are also expected to be gone within a decade https://t.co/Re94u698Rv https://t.co/5Z2z9XsLWP


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6 days ago:   Monday May 13 - 5:01am
Conservatives pushed into fifth place in our latest European Parliament voting intention survey (fieldwork 8-9 May) Brexit Party - 34% Lab - 16% Lib Dem - 15% Green - 11% Con - 10% Change UK - 5% UKIP - 3% https://t.co/W4o6NfLQkL https://t.co/aQ1swhpFRE


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6 days ago:   Monday May 13 - 3:20am
Latest Westminster voting intention (8-9 May) Con - 24% Lab - 24% Brexit Party - 18% Lib Dem - 16% Green - 7% Change UK - 2% UKIP - 2% Other - 6% https://t.co/yr67xo9Oon https://t.co/TCQMz1AsX4


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1 week ago:   Friday May 10 - 11:08am
RT @YouGov: Green voters are much less committed to an anti-Brexit pact than Lib Dem and Change UK voters. While 66% of Lib Dem and Change UK voters would back such a pact whichever of their parties was fronting it, this figure falls to only 37% among Greens https://t.co/8HFxcjaURu https://t.co/MNqgSNEsep


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1 week ago:   Friday May 10 - 11:08am
RT @YouGov: Our polling suggests a Green-Lib Dem-Change UK anti-Brexit pact would have held up very well had they stood under one banner (27% separately, 26-30% together). But because of the d'Hondt electoral system, their failure to do so will see them lose seats https://t.co/8HFxcjaURu https://t.co/rGFK5bXKA9


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1 week ago:   Friday May 10 - 10:29am
RT @YouGov: 55% of smart speaker owners admit to being rude to their devices, although 80% also admit to saying "please" and "thank you" to their digital assistants https://t.co/6Prp9Ft3l7 https://t.co/3MkVp0gi8f


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1 week ago:   Friday May 10 - 9:49am
RT @YouGov: Female smart speaker owners report more frequently having problems getting the device to understand them. While approaching half of men (45%) say they rarely/never have problems being understood, this falls to just 32% among women https://t.co/6Prp9FKEcF https://t.co/Vnhd2Xpv4C


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1 week ago:   Friday May 10 - 6:49am
We talk to them, but they're not people: is it important to treat smart speakers like you would a real person? Most owners (58%) say it's not important, although women are less likely to do so than men (51% vs 65%) https://t.co/6Prp9Ft3l7 https://t.co/wuBk2lbTaf


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1 week ago:   Friday May 10 - 6:49am
55% of smart speaker owners admit to being rude to their devices, although 80% also admit to saying "please" and "thank you" to their digital assistants https://t.co/6Prp9Ft3l7 https://t.co/3MkVp0gi8f


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1 week ago:   Friday May 10 - 4:25am
RT @YouGov: Cambridge University is setting up a Centre for Climate Repair, looking at radical ways to reverse climate change like making clouds brighter. YouGov examined public support for such measures last year: https://t.co/8wnZ1WeTLn https://t.co/0b0V3yZwQ4


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1 week ago:   Friday May 10 - 4:00am
Female smart speaker owners report more frequently having problems getting the device to understand them. While approaching half of men (45%) say they rarely/never have problems being understood, this falls to just 32% among women https://t.co/6Prp9FKEcF https://t.co/Vnhd2Xpv4C


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1 week ago:   Friday May 10 - 3:33am
Green voters are much less committed to an anti-Brexit pact than Lib Dem and Change UK voters. While 66% of Lib Dem and Change UK voters would back such a pact whichever of their parties was fronting it, this figure falls to only 37% among Greens https://t.co/8HFxcjaURu https://t.co/MNqgSNEsep


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1 week ago:   Friday May 10 - 3:33am
Our polling suggests a Green-Lib Dem-Change UK anti-Brexit pact would have held up very well had they stood under one banner (27% separately, 26-30% together). But because of the d'Hondt electoral system, their failure to do so will see them lose seats https://t.co/8HFxcjaURu https://t.co/rGFK5bXKA9


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1 week ago:   Friday May 10 - 1:19am
Cambridge University is setting up a Centre for Climate Repair, looking at radical ways to reverse climate change like making clouds brighter. YouGov examined public support for such measures last year: https://t.co/8wnZ1WeTLn https://t.co/0b0V3yZwQ4


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1 week ago:   Thursday May 9 - 12:53pm
RT @YouGov: Esther McVey has announced she will be standing for leader of the Conservative party, and Andrea Leadsom has also said she is seriously considering a run. Here's how they stack up on YouGov Ratings: https://t.co/g5OrPupWxP https://t.co/zNMdjCJXiK


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1 week ago:   Thursday May 9 - 12:53pm
With TV presenter Lisa Snowdon saying that she eats with chopsticks instead of cutlery in order to keep her weight down, Brits are split (25% to 25%) on whether they approve or not of this method of reducing food intake - 50% don't know https://t.co/Hattx6kCHF https://t.co/imI7ZltNir


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1 week ago:   Thursday May 9 - 12:23pm
55% of Londoners say Westminster or elsewhere in London is the best location for MPs to work from during the restoration of the Houses of Parliament - only 33% of Northerners agree https://t.co/0VQTZsvy1X https://t.co/QmCzFN6FA9


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1 week ago:   Thursday May 9 - 11:45am
The US city of Denver has decriminalised magic mushrooms. Here in the UK, 22% of Britons would like to see magic mushroom use decriminalised, while a further 14% would like to see it legalised https://t.co/wSYdHQe86a https://t.co/Ne7YFdabXV


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1 week ago:   Thursday May 9 - 10:47am
Esther McVey has announced she will be standing for leader of the Conservative party, and Andrea Leadsom has also said she is seriously considering a run. Here's how they stack up on YouGov Ratings: https://t.co/g5OrPupWxP https://t.co/zNMdjCJXiK


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1 week ago:   Thursday May 9 - 5:25am
Theresa May’s dancing appears to have won her fans in Nigeria - this, and other unlikely sources of political support in the latest @guardian coverage of the #YouGovCambridge Globalism Project https://t.co/nSITru9equ

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1 week ago:   Thursday May 9 - 5:18am
Out of 23 big countries, Only Saudi Arabia and Indonesia have higher proportion of climate change doubters than the US - the latest @guardian coverage of the #YouGovCambridge Globalism Project https://t.co/Nl12ZSNzRE

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1 week ago:   Thursday May 9 - 5:18am
More than citizens of any other country, Americans are likely to say they live in “the best country in the world” - further @guardian coverage of the #YouGovCambridge Globalism Project https://t.co/xwxv4Z8X4i

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1 week ago:   Thursday May 9 - 5:18am
European countries are among the gloomiest in the developed world, with citizens pessimistic about their national prospects, their youth and the world in general - the latest @guardian coverage of the #YouGovCambridge Globalism Project https://t.co/Eor4cP70RZ

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1 week ago:   Wednesday May 8 - 1:01pm
By 42% to 29% Brits say that Theresa May should be replaced with a new Conservative leader and Prime Minister - and by 46% to 38% Tory voters hold the same view https://t.co/xZrIH1hAWP https://t.co/NDyaqltxFJ


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1 week ago:   Wednesday May 8 - 12:59pm
With Scrabble adding the word ‘OK’, to go with the already permissible ‘Okay’, we asked Brits how they spell the word: OK - 76% Okay - 21% https://t.co/0V8o5ofnXE https://t.co/hnyS2B7c3j


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1 week ago:   Tuesday May 7 - 12:40pm
17% of Brits say they would ask about someone's Brexit views when on a first date. Remain voters (23%) are almost twice as likely as Leave voters (12%) to say they would do so https://t.co/iVBaUqz8j2 https://t.co/zKVeefqwzw


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1 week ago:   Tuesday May 7 - 12:35pm
With Ramadan starting over the weekend just gone, we asked Brits their level of understanding about the Muslim holy month... Very/fairly good: 37% Not very good/none: 60% https://t.co/7bNtR7Ur09 https://t.co/oQfEmR7HbE


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1 week ago:   Tuesday May 7 - 12:31pm
60% of Brits say that fathers (whose partners have given birth in hospital) should be allowed to spend the night on the post-natal maternity ward, following the debate on the subject in the build up to the royal baby birth https://t.co/epmsyUr3tr https://t.co/n8VRDJ9Hxj


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1 week ago:   Tuesday May 7 - 12:06pm
RT @YouGov: Most popular names for the royal baby James - 17% of those with a preference Alexander - 13% Oliver - 12% https://t.co/MSbNlOUbcE https://t.co/oAhlMzOnEa


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1 week ago:   Monday May 6 - 11:10am
Most popular names for the royal baby James - 17% of those with a preference Alexander - 13% Oliver - 12% https://t.co/MSbNlOUbcE https://t.co/oAhlMzOnEa


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1 week ago:   Monday May 6 - 9:27am
With Meghan Markle having reportedly gone into labour 75% of Brits support the royal couple’s decision not to share details of the birth, following the British press complaining about its lack of access https://t.co/joPJPRsKl7 https://t.co/W5WaF1nQse


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2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 11:28am
Much is often made of the extremes on each side of the debate, but in reality most people are moderate - @guardian on the #YouGovCambridge Globalism Project https://t.co/2I9oR7njol

YouGov
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 11:28am
Brits are less trusting of information from social media than other major nations - only 12% trust do so compared to 23% of Americans. Latest @guardian coverage of the #YouGovCambridge Globalism Project https://t.co/DUHJbpwJ4h

YouGov
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 11:28am
European countries are among the gloomiest about their national prospects, their youth and the world in general - further @Guardian coverage of the #YouGovCambridge Globalism Project https://t.co/Eor4cP70RZ

YouGov
2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 10:12am
"A nation of moaners" - the latest @Guardian coverage of the #YouGovCambridge Globalism Project looks at French pessimism towards globalisation, in contrast to the far more optimistic Germans https://t.co/kbNkstg7tw

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2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 8:15am
40 years after she became PM, Conservative voters are almost twice as likely to say that Margaret Thatcher was Britain's greatest post-war PM than Winston Churchill (44% vs 23%) https://t.co/Cyc4rzeMvD https://t.co/NL7LE5yFsC


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2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 7:55am
RT @YouGov: How would Margaret Thatcher have voted on Brexit? General public: 35% Leave / 28% Remain Remain voters: 25% Leave / 42% Remain Leave voters: 48% Leave / 18% Remain https://t.co/Cyc4rzeMvD https://t.co/0Jzy3LdIsK


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2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 7:55am
RT @YouGov: ...and think that Margaret Thatcher's worst failings as PM were: Introducing the poll tax - 37% Overseeing the decline of mining and manufacturing - 34% Privatising utilities - 31% https://t.co/Cyc4rzeMvD https://t.co/07b1wAbOnk


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2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 7:55am
RT @YouGov: The public think that Margaret Thatcher's greatest achievements as PM were... Being the first female PM - 41% Winning the Falklands War - 29% Winning 3 general elections in a row - 22% https://t.co/Cyc4rzeMvD https://t.co/CcFFZzHam8


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2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 7:55am
RT @YouGov: It's 40 years since Margaret Thatcher was first elected Prime Minister. According to the public, Thatcher still tops the list of Britain's greatest PMs since 1945: Thatcher - 21% Churchill - 19% Blair - 6% Attlee - 5% Wilson - 4% https://t.co/Cyc4rzeMvD https://t.co/2bZGocfGMz


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2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 7:04am
RT @YouGov: What's the appeal of No Deal? We asked those Brits whose preferred Brexit outcome is to leave without a deal to say why in their own words. The most commonly given types of answers were: Sovereignty - 40% Trade deals - 18% Quick/Gets it done - 16% https://t.co/rb2lLzdUia https://t.co/p40aN98L3i


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2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 5:28am
How would Margaret Thatcher have voted on Brexit? General public: 35% Leave / 28% Remain Remain voters: 25% Leave / 42% Remain Leave voters: 48% Leave / 18% Remain https://t.co/Cyc4rzeMvD https://t.co/0Jzy3LdIsK


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2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 5:28am
...and think that Margaret Thatcher's worst failings as PM were: Introducing the poll tax - 37% Overseeing the decline of mining and manufacturing - 34% Privatising utilities - 31% https://t.co/Cyc4rzeMvD https://t.co/07b1wAbOnk


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2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 5:28am
The public think that Margaret Thatcher's greatest achievements as PM were... Being the first female PM - 41% Winning the Falklands War - 29% Winning 3 general elections in a row - 22% https://t.co/Cyc4rzeMvD https://t.co/CcFFZzHam8


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2 weeks ago:   Friday May 3 - 5:28am
It's 40 years since Margaret Thatcher was first elected Prime Minister. According to the public, Thatcher still tops the list of Britain's greatest PMs since 1945: Thatcher - 21% Churchill - 19% Blair - 6% Attlee - 5% Wilson - 4% https://t.co/Cyc4rzeMvD https://t.co/2bZGocfGMz


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