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11 months ago:   Monday Apr 3 - 10:15am
Most Britons think the UK authorities are losing the war on drugs Winning strongly/slightly - 6% Neither winning nor losing - 21% Losing slightly - 19% Losing strongly - 41% https://t.co/gHQLbbb5nV https://t.co/OoX3Xl2GXF


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11 months ago:   Monday Apr 3 - 10:00am
Home secretary Suella Braverman has refused to say when the first migrants would be deported to Rwanda under government plans A majority of Britons (54%) and Tory voters (59%) think it is unlikely that any migrants will ever be deported under this scheme https://t.co/bDfBLZXNxW https://t.co/1McYLm4OHz


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11 months ago:   Monday Apr 3 - 9:49am
The government has announced it will introduce a legal requirement for people who work with children to report allegations of child sexual abuse. Fully 87% of Britons would support such a law, just 3% are opposed https://t.co/u5TCK6Pj41 https://t.co/AIpDO7ojSW


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11 months ago:   Monday Apr 3 - 7:16am
Finland is set to join NATO tomorrow. Our summer 2022 survey found strong support across major European nations and the US for the move 🇵🇱 73% support 🇪🇸 72% 🇩🇪 71% 🇬🇧 69% 🇫🇷 62% 🇺🇸 58% 🇮🇹 58% https://t.co/M14xhWnH0B https://t.co/KKLGKesDzG


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 10:47am
The government released its new Net Zero plan today, but the large majority of Britons think it is unlikely it will meet its decarbonisation targets by 2050 Very likely: 2% Fairly likely: 8% Fairly unlikely: 35% Very unlikely: 40% https://t.co/1gQeFe6TdS https://t.co/V7zpNIOG6w


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 10:43am
Do you think women should or should not be able to get contraceptive pills directly from pharmacists without having to see doctors first? All Britons: 62% should / 20% should not Women: 61% / 22% Men: 62% / 17% 25-49yr olds: 70% / 16% https://t.co/G9eKO2kAgj https://t.co/UpdpGZhegd


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 10:40am
Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? Rishi Sunak: 26% (+1 from 21-22 Mar) Keir Starmer: 30% (-1) Not sure: 39% (-1) https://t.co/A0wACghFtN https://t.co/x4V3D2CuXq


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 10:40am
Latest YouGov Westminster voting intention (29-30 Mar) Con: 26% (+3 from 21-22 Mar) Lab: 46% (-3) Lib Dem: 9% (-1) Reform UK: 7% (+1) Green: 7% (+1) SNP: 3% (=) https://t.co/A0wACghFtN https://t.co/TERAlxpEyx


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 10:23am
A grand jury in the US has voted to indict Donald Trump on charges connected to hush money payments - but do Britons think he will ever actually be convicted of a crime? Very likely: 9% Fairly likely: 21% Fairly unlikely: 35% Very unlikely: 16% https://t.co/4AWJ0gSVAG https://t.co/MHfy64lJ3n


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 9:00am
Nevertheless, most Britons belief that zoos play a positive role in the welfare and conservative as animals Positive role: 58% Negative role: 8% Neither positive nor negative: 18% https://t.co/fj6I3nQsu7 https://t.co/eMuQJHqSzw


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 31 - 9:00am
A quarter of Britons (24%) say they would support a ban on zoos. While most Britons don't back a zoo ban, the do support the phasing out of keeping large animals in captivity by 52% to 30% https://t.co/fj6I3nPUEz https://t.co/Z9UMTZC2B9


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 10:35am
How acceptable is it for employers to require unpaid work trials from prospective employees as part of the recruitment process? All Britons Completely unacceptable: 52% Somewhat unacceptable: 23% Somewhat acceptable: 13% Completely acceptable: 4% https://t.co/t88Njver6J https://t.co/Khx9sccNHT


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 10:33am
How hard do you think undergraduate students typically work at university? All Britons Very/fairly hard: 49% Not very/not hard at all: 32% 18 to 24-year-olds Very/fairly hard: 63% Not very/not hard at all: 26% https://t.co/f9Hk8mAjlo https://t.co/875MitZ1vw


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 10:32am
Amsterdam has launched a campaign to discourage British tourists from visiting to drink and take drugs – but most Britons think it won’t be effective All Britons ✅Effective: 17% ❌Not very/not at all effective: 67% 18 to 24-year-olds ✅26% ❌ 61% https://t.co/BTBJUJusPI https://t.co/Z66Y5D9K0U


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 8:53am
Older Britons are more likely than younger Britons to set the state pension age higher for people currently in their 30s and 40s % saying state pension age should be 68 or older for 30-49yr olds 30-49yr olds: 22% 60-69yr olds: 31% 70+yr olds: 39% https://t.co/gWoL8OSTQM https://t.co/jY9Q9BhRuN https://t.co/HZC4VscTzW


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 4:58am
The 53% of unsure 2019 Tory voters who would consider voting for the Tories and at least 1 other party is made up of… 42% who are only considering left wing other parties 5% are only considering right wing other parties 6% both left and right https://t.co/UKmKQtd2Xc https://t.co/UkASBLVd2C


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 4:58am
More broadly, unsure 2019 Tory voters fit into four groups: Only consider voting Con: 16% Consider voting Con and at least 1 other party: 53% Consider voting another party, but not Con: 12% Answered “don’t know” or “would not consider” to all: 19% https://t.co/UKmKQtd2Xc https://t.co/UevQIraSN4


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 4:58am
A quarter of 2019 Tory voters are currently unsure who they would vote for. This group could be key to deciding the next election – so which parties *might* they consider voting for? Conservative: 69% Labour: 39% Lib Dem: 31% Green: 19% Reform UK: 15% https://t.co/UKmKQtd2Xc https://t.co/VUuCLCFKzn


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 30 - 4:28am
The English Breakfast Society has said that hash browns do not belong on a Full English They've got some convincing to do, given that 60% say hash browns would feature on their 'ideal' Full English https://t.co/SdfzOeZfH5 https://t.co/5CT0No36ES


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 29 - 10:50am
Prisoners serving whole life sentences could be banned from marrying in jail, but most Britons think the ban should go further and include all prisoners Do you think inmates should be allowed to marry in jail? Should not be: 62% Should be: 20% https://t.co/GHXVQB955M https://t.co/gvUhHIIaG4


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 29 - 10:45am
Half of Britons think government ministers should be given powers to veto Parole Board decisions to give prisoners parole Should be: 49% Should not be: 27% https://t.co/eBZFkJcNsI https://t.co/wbDqa35yFJ


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 29 - 10:42am
Do you consider soup to be…? All Britons Food: 93% A drink: 4% 18 to 24-year-olds Food: 81% A drink: 11% https://t.co/SXTLsn8PDc https://t.co/vphP7JFEVl


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 29 - 7:08am
The government's final pay rise offer to teachers is 4.3%. Our December survey showed that only 16% of Britons considered a 4% pay increase to be a fair cost of living rise, with 68% saying it is too low https://t.co/fJBc4FsgxK https://t.co/A1ApQrRwpB


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 29 - 6:17am
Jeremy Corbyn has been banned from standing as a Labour candidate at the next election Asked last month, Britons support this move by 52% to 24%, although 2019 Labour voters think Corbyn should be allowed to stand by 47% to 35% https://t.co/FU4dtpuOYR https://t.co/I3WxEEZY6o


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 10:05am
Six in ten Britons think restaurants and cafes should be legally required to provide baby change facilities All Britons ✅Should: 63% ❌Should not: 21% Women ✅73% ❌15% Men ✅53% ❌27% https://t.co/EsMKzhCSmn https://t.co/53vPfnGFgr


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 10:03am
Do you think shops should or should not be required by law to accept cash payments? All Britons ✅They should be: 73% ❌They should not be: 16% 18 to 24-year-olds ✅61% ❌25% 65+ year-olds ✅85% ❌10% https://t.co/XXo19md8nq https://t.co/hTqMbk0qND


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 28 - 10:00am
Kourtney Kardashian has been criticised after posting pictures of a feast in her bathroom – and most Britons would join the chorus of disapproval How acceptable do you believe it is to eat in your bathroom? Acceptable: 21% Unacceptable: 70% https://t.co/5CRyJKxADY https://t.co/h05AP8xFnd


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 27 - 10:38am
Britons are far more likely to support the government’s approach to small boats than they are to think it will work ALL BRITONS Support: 42% Effective: 17% CON VOTERS Support: 73% Effective: 26% https://t.co/LcRhc3UjSV https://t.co/01saeDNESw https://t.co/EYNWLtOKLZ


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 27 - 10:34am
Labour say more police foot patrols will help tackle anti-social behaviour - but how effective do Britons think they are? All Britons ✅Very/fairly effective: 47% ❌Not very/not at all effective: 40% Conservative ✅53% ❌40% Labour ✅46% ❌43% https://t.co/k79Oy8SRTd https://t.co/5vW5A12o8q


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 27 - 10:08am
More than three-quarters of 2019 Tory voters think the government is handling NHS waiting lists (76%) and the small boats problem (79%) badly Across all of Rishi Sunak’s pledges, they are more likely to say the government is doing badly rather than well https://t.co/Qldhkmrt5S https://t.co/6diyuWsboa


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 27 - 10:08am
How well do Britons think the government is doing with Rishi Sunak's key pledges? Reducing inflation ✅Well: 11% ❌Badly: 79% Economic growth / better paid jobs ✅18% / 15% ❌66% / 67% National debt ✅13% ❌69% NHS lists ✅7% ❌83% Small boats ✅8% ❌73% https://t.co/Qldhkmrt5S https://t.co/3RKBtJW0Mx


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 27 - 4:16am
MPs have approved plans to make street harassment illegal Blocking someone's way will be criminalised, which 60% of Britons backed in our 2021 survey, as did 69% for making graphic or lewd comments, but only 23% for catcalling https://t.co/9w0EjcYoGa https://t.co/leWpNSoGFN


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11 months ago:   Sunday Mar 26 - 7:00am
% who say it is unacceptable for MPs to also work as... (Nov 2021) Doctor/nurse: 17% Author/academic: 18% Local councillor: 37% Lawyer: 40% Consultant for a company: 60% On a company board: 61% https://t.co/dW48ldOt4I https://t.co/2tEN3QC3aZ


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11 months ago:   Sunday Mar 26 - 6:37am
66% of Britons believe laughing gas to be harmful to regular users - although this is the second lowest of all the drugs we asked about, behind tobacco (94%) and alcohol (84%) and ahead of marijuana (61%) https://t.co/wc5ABX9Frm https://t.co/kQ23qsKtBf


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11 months ago:   Sunday Mar 26 - 6:37am
The government is set to ban laughing gas - our January poll showed that Britons would support such a move by 56% to 26% https://t.co/AKcLWCRodL https://t.co/GDPwaO5dxh


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 12:48pm
Rishi Sunak and Keir Starmer's tax affairs made headlines this week – but most Britons don’t care how wealthy politicians are All Britons: 43% care great deal or fair amount / 53% don't care much or at all Lab voters: 60% / 36% Con voters: 30% / 69% https://t.co/WtiImdAtQ4 https://t.co/HGXVgIebyO


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 11:57am
Extending the energy prices cap is the most supported Budget measure across all of YouGov's Cost of Living segments – although for Cautiously Hopeful Strugglers this is tied with freezing fuel duty Full list of support for measures in chart 👇 https://t.co/dy2rpxEuPx https://t.co/7G4F2KKgW0


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 11:57am
How well do the YouGov cost of living groups think the government is handling the economy? Calm and Comfortable: +19 net score Unsettled Withstanders: -60 Squeezed but Coping: -68 Cautiously Hopeful Strugglers: -2 Worried and Suffering: -82 https://t.co/dy2rpxEuPx https://t.co/jqHumnUloJ


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 11:57am
What did YouGov’s cost of living groups make of the Budget? Calm and Comfortable: 55% say Budget was fair / 14% unfair Unsettled Withstanders 25% / 33% Squeezed but Coping 19% / 41% Cautiously Hopeful Strugglers 44% / 23% Worried and Suffering 12% / 55% https://t.co/dy2rpxEuPx https://t.co/jgTepaI9ae


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 11:16am
Keir Starmer says the smell of cannabis wafting through windows is “ruining lives” - so how many Britons think they can tell what cannabis smells like? Definitely could: 55% Probably could: 24% Probably could not: 10% Definitely could not: 7% https://t.co/0sz5yXaroT https://t.co/XfqR76c6Gl


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 11:13am
Keir Starmer thinks putting police outside of schools could help fight knife crime – but Britons are divided on the issue As a knife crime deterrent, how effective would it be to station officers at school gates? Effective: 43% Ineffective: 43% https://t.co/yxngzeLjVk https://t.co/iWxmla9WYl


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 8:45am
Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? (21-22 March) Rishi Sunak: 25% (-1 from 7-8 March) Keir Starmer: 31% (+1) Not sure: 40% (-2) https://t.co/hbG38jkoYB https://t.co/u8wH39MrtT


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 8:45am
Latest Westminster voting intention (21-22 March) Con: 23% (-4 from 15-16 March) Lab: 49% (+3) Lib Dem: 10% (+1) Green: 6% (=) Reform UK: 6% (=) SNP: 3% (-1) https://t.co/hbG38jkWO9 https://t.co/bZzAOLZPd8


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 5:54am
The World Athletics Council has banned transgender women from female events Allowing trans women to participate in women's sport events was the issue that saw the biggest change in public opinion from 2018-2022, with net support declining from -21 to -45 https://t.co/JvKzDnUCNa https://t.co/URmPkVk4ZD


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 5:40am
Were daylight savings time to be abolished, Western Europeans would generally prefer to remain on 'summer time' - except Swedes Prefer summer time 🇪🇸 64% 🇫🇷 61% 🇬🇧 59% 🇮🇹 59% 🇩🇪 48% (net +11) 🇩🇰 45% (net +12) Prefer winter time 🇸🇪 51% https://t.co/L1FjlI8bac https://t.co/0X1vZGGUpw


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 24 - 5:40am
Clocks go forward on Sunday - to very different enthusiasm across Western Europe Net preference for keeping daylight saving time 🇮🇹 +24 🇬🇧 +6 🇪🇸 +4 🇫🇷 -13 🇩🇰 -26 🇸🇪 -28 🇩🇪 -57 https://t.co/L1FjlI8bac https://t.co/ocDfdOWjd8


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 23 - 11:14am
With MPs asking Boris Johnson if he knowingly broke Covid rules in 2020, we asked the public the same – and they are more likely to confess than they were in Jan 2022 % saying they broke rules… Many times: 9% (+4) Once / twice: 25% (+5) Never: 57% (-11) https://t.co/hkLDY7tlz1 https://t.co/RFkFryBEuP


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 23 - 11:07am
Do you think the Privileges Committee is right or wrong to have opened their investigation into whether Boris Johnson broke Covid rules in Downing Street? All Britons Right: 66% Wrong: 19% Con voters Right: 44% Wrong: 41% https://t.co/WKpTh9jACC https://t.co/QQwvhRDO3c


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 23 - 11:07am
Boris Johnson’s four-hour partygate defence has made no difference to the number of people who think he misled Parliament on the issue Did: 66% (n/c from Monday) Did not: 15% (+1) https://t.co/ttYskkiPYu https://t.co/mvl2tf0D4m


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 23 - 8:21am
16% of Britons who thought they needed to see a GP but didn’t/couldn’t say their condition had worsened a month later Worsened: 16% Stayed the same: 31% Lessened: 35% Gone away entirely: 11% https://t.co/ZFUsnr6rDY https://t.co/f5rRmr78HT


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 23 - 8:21am
For other Britons who thought they needed to see a GP, but ultimately didn't, it was because pressure on the NHS made them feel they couldn’t, or shouldn’t… Didn’t try because didn’t expect to get appointment: 20% Didn't want to put pressure on NHS: 15% https://t.co/ZFUsnr6rDY https://t.co/C2w3BWXngT


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 23 - 8:21am
Why did Britons who thought they needed to see a GP, but didn’t, fail to do so? Many suffered from capacity issues… Couldn’t get through: 31% Couldn’t get a soon enough appointment: 21% Couldn’t get appointment that fit around working hours: 11% https://t.co/ZFUsnr6rDY https://t.co/niqlMuQTas


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 23 - 8:21am
28% of Britons had a medical issue recently that they thought significant enough to warrant a GP’s attention but which they did not speak to a GP about. But why didn’t they? https://t.co/ZFUsnr6rDY https://t.co/iR9Jq3Bl1L


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 23 - 6:13am
How well or badly do you think the government is handling the NHS? Well: 13% Badly: 82% https://t.co/SeulyGnS4N https://t.co/UgsSAXt1Mo


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 23 - 6:13am
Despite headline grabbing policies, the proportion of Britons who think the government is handling immigration well or badly has remained relatively stable since hitting a low in November Well: 11% (+5 since Nov 2022) Badly: 81% (-5) https://t.co/SeulyGopUl https://t.co/X81mcLizk2


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 23 - 6:13am
Most Britons still think the government is handling the economy badly, but the proportion who say it’s being handled well has shifted notably since reaching a nadir in October Well: 21% (+16 since Oct 2022) Badly: 71% (-18) https://t.co/SeulyGnS4N https://t.co/ATZalBTPr7


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 22 - 11:34am
Drivers could lose licences if they fail roadside eye tests under new plans - so when was the last time Britons had their eyes tested? In the last year: 41% In the last two years: 25% More than two years ago: 27% Never: 3% https://t.co/Tsm5ltwBM9 https://t.co/R3esWKzMax


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 22 - 11:24am
How acceptable do you think it is for straight actors to play gay characters? Completely acceptable: 57% Somewhat acceptable: 19% Somewhat unacceptable: 6% Completely unacceptable: 3% https://t.co/Eh6g7Cvu0q https://t.co/NENRRaBq6M


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 22 - 10:28am
Do you think Boris Johnson is honest or dishonest? All Britons Honest: 13% Dishonest: 72% Con voters Honest: 26% Dishonest: 51% https://t.co/eG43LlIqac https://t.co/CoZFb5GlSK


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 22 - 8:02am
When did you last go to the dentist? Within the last two years: 70% Within the last 5 years: 14% Within the last 10 years: 5% Longer than 10 years ago: 8% https://t.co/BuyTN6Y4EQ https://t.co/2fc70TGawR


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 22 - 8:02am
12% of Britons say they are not at all confident they can afford routine NHS dental care. Another 11% are not very confident they can. 32% of Britons likewise have little or no confidence in their ability to afford emergency NHS dental care. https://t.co/BuyTN6Y4EQ https://t.co/4uu8owJi3j


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 22 - 8:02am
41% of Britons are not confident they can get routine dental care on time, and nearly as many (37%) aren’t sure they can get it in an emergency https://t.co/BuyTN6Y4EQ https://t.co/hBfocTeIJ2


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 22 - 8:02am
Most of the 10% of Britons who carried out their own dentistry say they did it because they couldn’t access treatment Could not get a timely appointment: 20% Could not get registered with a dentist: 18% Could not get appointment due to lockdowns: 15% https://t.co/BuyTN6Y4EQ https://t.co/ZwHhgKs9q7


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 22 - 8:02am
A fifth of Britons (22%) are not registered with a dentist, and 37% of those who aren’t say it’s because they can’t find an NHS dentist while 23% of them don’t think they can afford treatment https://t.co/BuyTN6Y4EQ https://t.co/GUAji9enmf


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 22 - 8:02am
Amid a growing crisis in dentistry, 10% of Britons say they’ve carried out their own dental work (6% in the last 2 years) A third of those have pulled out, or tried to pull out, their own teeth. https://t.co/BuyTN6Y4EQ https://t.co/42jPoYPdpZ


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 21 - 11:25am
Do you believe adult performers should be able to claim tax relief for cosmetic surgeries (like breast enhancements) they consider to be a business expense? ALL BRITONS ✅Should: 11% ❌Should not: 73% MEN ✅: 16% ❌: 68% WOMEN ✅: 6% ❌: 78% https://t.co/ISY8FOpaAn https://t.co/B1ngFFPq4b


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 21 - 11:23am
When you’ve finished reading a physical copy of a book that you own, what are you most likely to do with it? Keep it on a bookshelf: 46% Give it to someone else: 20% Donate it: 20% Sell it: 2% Throw it away: 1% https://t.co/mmL4dU3Jvr https://t.co/tZL3xVEAai


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 21 - 11:20am
How much confidence, if any, do you have in the Metropolitan Police Commissioner Mark Rowley to address sexism, racism and homophobia in the Metropolitan Police? A great deal: 3% A fair amount: 17% Not very much: 35% No confidence at all: 23% https://t.co/q7sYdPsWeX https://t.co/wyJ4s45TeA


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11 months ago:   Tuesday Mar 21 - 11:09am
RT @PME_Politics: 🚨 NEW! 👀 How have Britain's Cost of Living Segments reacted to the Spring Statement? Well, generally speaking, those who have been hit hardest by the crisis are least convinced that Jeremy Hunt's latest Budget is fair. https://t.co/9tj72ZTSw3 https://t.co/xDZFNXQOKW


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 4:30pm
A fifth of Britons (21%) believe Tony Blair knowingly misled Parliament and the public over the Iraq War and should be tried as a war criminal A quarter (23%) say he was right to warn Hussein's regime was dangerous even if some details were wrong https://t.co/RWnVGd55p8 https://t.co/n36DNXJGjm


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 4:30pm
Three in ten Britons (29%) say the people of Iraq are better off today than they would have been if left under the rule of Saddam Hussein, but 19% believe they would have been better off under his rule https://t.co/RWnVGd55p8 https://t.co/vA50Qk0k8e


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 4:29pm
Do you think Tony Blair deliberately set out to mislead the British public in the run-up to the Iraq War about whether Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction? Yes: 42% No: 25% https://t.co/RWnVGd55p8 https://t.co/qhmtWGQH8F


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 4:29pm
Do you think the United States and Britain were right or wrong to take military action against Iraq? ALL BRITONS Wrong: 47% Right: 23% CONSERVATIVE Wrong: 47% Right: 29% LABOUR Wrong: 57% Right: 17% https://t.co/RWnVGd55p8 https://t.co/b6opFr1QOK


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 4:29pm
Two decades on from the beginning of the conflict, more than half of Britons (54%) think the Iraq War increased the risk of terrorism in Britain, while 41% say it made the world less safe and 43% think it made the lives of ordinary Iraqis worse https://t.co/RWnVGd55p8 https://t.co/QmXzSqOt51


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 3:33pm
RT @PME_Politics: Here we go!! How does changing question wording on the issue of small boats affect survey responses? What happens if we set government position up against an alternative policy? Well, unsurprisingly, measurements and conclusions can change quite a lot. https://t.co/UtQfv9RpEE https://t.co/CesPlR3a7h


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 11:05am
Do you think it is a positive or negative thing for a child to have parents who are significantly older than most parents? A positive thing: 4% It makes no difference: 67% A negative thing: 15% https://t.co/2C4Ia8WIM0 https://t.co/HDacYGpWcH


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 10:59am
Should selling sites face prosecution if people use their platforms to sell illegal products? In line with new Labour proposals, seven in ten Britons say they should Should: 68% Should not: 14% https://t.co/FueOrQDwPT https://t.co/SKk2kl2Roe


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 10:58am
Thinking about how he responded to the issue of parties at Downing Street during lockdown, do you think Boris Johnson knowingly misled Parliament? ALL BRITONS ✅He did: 66% ❌He did not: 14% CONSERVATIVE ✅: 47% ❌: 29% LABOUR ✅: 89% ❌: 3% https://t.co/nG87KGqAld https://t.co/0Uueg9YXbR


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 6:11am
Have you ever been turned down for a job or promotion due to posts you have made on social media platforms? ALL BRITONS Once: 2% More than once: 2% 18 TO 24-YEAR-OLDS Once: 7% More than once: 9% https://t.co/cAJBRXRr6L https://t.co/ZWr7wsEKeJ


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 6:11am
Have you ever been asked by an employer or prospective employer to show your social media profiles? ALL BRITONS Employer worked for at the time: 4% Prospective employer: 5% 18 TO 24-YEAR-OLDS Employer worked for at the time: 8% Prospective employer: 16% https://t.co/cAJBRXRr6L https://t.co/icHn8gcHmD


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 6:11am
If a prospective employer asked you to show your social media profiles as a condition of getting the job, how willing would you be to do so? ALL BRITONS Willing: 34% Unwilling: 39% 18 TO 24-YEAR-OLDS Willing: 50% Unwilling: 35% https://t.co/cAJBRXRr6L https://t.co/NhRVfsRCsg


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 6:11am
A third of Britons would support social media checks becoming a standard part of the job application process – and twice as many support checks for jobs working with children ALL JOBS Support: 32% Oppose: 53% JOBS WITH CHILDREN Support: 64% Oppose: 26% https://t.co/cAJBRXRr6L https://t.co/3rLvA5OLRK


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11 months ago:   Monday Mar 20 - 5:23am
Which would you be most likely to say, “wiggle room” or “wriggle room”? ALL BRITONS Wiggle: 52% Wriggle: 30% 18 TO 24-YEAR-OLDS Wiggle: 63% Wriggle: 18% 65+ YEAR-OLDS Wiggle: 33% Wriggle: 43% https://t.co/nQOGXZgUZF


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 17 - 11:10am
Is the screen of the smartphone you’re currently using cracked in some way? ALL BRITONS It is: 12% It is not: 80% 18 to 24-YEAR-OLDS It is: 21% It is not: 68% https://t.co/RSpxaH6Edu https://t.co/yFh2SejJ6l


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 17 - 11:05am
Big screens across the UK will allow Britons to watch the King's coronation outdoors, but most say they are unlikely to watch the event unfold in a public place Unlikely: 58% Likely: 20% Don’t plan to watch at all: 22% https://t.co/cNoRlCtGxB https://t.co/SxfPy0zJ6o


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 17 - 11:02am
Some NHS strikes are on hold following a government pay deal including a 5% rise for most workers but a third of Britons think the deal is still too low Do you think the pay deal is… Too low: 33% About right: 43% Too high: 7% https://t.co/G5t4zoxCPf https://t.co/7tPrcfbOMt


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11 months ago:   Friday Mar 17 - 7:57am
Latest Westminster voting intention (15-16 March) Con: 27% (+4 from 7-8 March) Lab: 46% (+1) Lib Dem: 9% (-1) Reform UK: 6% (-1) Green: 6% (-1) SNP: 4% (=) https://t.co/as7Ig4xvL6 https://t.co/oPvQ347L8e


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 16 - 12:12pm
Do you think the Budget will leave the country… Worse off: 23% No different: 46% Better off: 13% Do you think the Budget will leave you/your family… Worse off: 25% No different: 56% Better off: 6% https://t.co/O8uMD7GdgA https://t.co/lLSFsCsjd3


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 16 - 12:12pm
A large majority of Britons think the following Budget measures are a “good idea”, making them the most popular among those asked about: Maintaining domestic cap on energy prices: 85% Freezing petrol and diesel tax: 79% Extension of free childcare: 71% https://t.co/O8uMD7GdgA https://t.co/HTEcKQt4Uc


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 16 - 12:12pm
Jeremy Hunt has set out the Government’s Spring Budget and Britons are divided over whether its measures are fair or not Fair: 31% Not fair: 33% https://t.co/O8uMD7GdgA https://t.co/MVwgarm370


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 16 - 10:50am
Rishi Sunak attracted criticism after his dog was let off its lead in a park Britons are divided over whether it’s ever ok to do so How acceptable is it for a dog to be walked without a lead in a public park? Acceptable: 47% Unacceptable: 48% https://t.co/3HsODJDmPS https://t.co/Bw3fynXd4P


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 16 - 10:47am
How often, if ever, has your vehicle been damaged by a pothole? More than once: 19% Once: 17% Never: 31% https://t.co/JUKuJMO1Ky https://t.co/vDfIIYWVzg


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 16 - 10:43am
The Budget promises funding for leisure centres with pools Half of Britons say they never use council-run centres How regularly do you use council-run leisure centres or pools? Never: 50% Not very often: 34% Fairly often: 8% Very often: 5% https://t.co/Lxh9lEEAnW https://t.co/v1NWnFtSL5


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 16 - 5:35am
A TikTok ban on UK government phones and electronic devices is expected to be announced today When asked last month, more than half of Britons said the government should enact such a ban Should ban it: 55% Should not ban it: 20% https://t.co/hBDHeyPjjF https://t.co/3eJYhYk7hM


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11 months ago:   Thursday Mar 16 - 5:20am
Ok… Boomer? Most Britons don’t actually know what generation they are Generation Z*: 52% correctly stated their generation Millennials: 47% Generation X: 30% Baby Boomers: 43% *18+ yr old members https://t.co/WjH2w3tGgj https://t.co/kTDsbkKEya


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 15 - 2:06pm
Overall, do you think the measures in the Budget will do a good or bad job at combating inflation and the rising cost of living? Good: 22% Bad: 28% Don't know: 49% https://t.co/3xuYMi9wK3 https://t.co/RkXS1lXqA0


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 15 - 2:06pm
Overall, do you think the measures in the Budget will be good or bad for the British economy? Good: 28% Bad: 22% Don't know: 50% https://t.co/sUzJjAnNlJ https://t.co/ZWslu6v8Rg


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 15 - 2:06pm
SNAP POLL: Today Jeremy Hunt announced his Budget. From what you have seen or heard, do you support or oppose the measures in the Budget? Support: 28% Oppose: 18% Don't know: 54% https://t.co/2VGqdTjYiW https://t.co/o3bOzbHrq7


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11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 15 - 9:18am
RT @YouGov: The Energy Bills Support Scheme is set to be extended to June in #Budget2023: 79% of Britons say this will be helpful for them https://t.co/UoxzRyaDlj https://t.co/An2AatQDAS

YouGov
11 months ago:   Wednesday Mar 15 - 7:32am
Are pre-nuptial agreements unromantic? % who would feel worse about their relationship if their fiance asked for a pre-nup All Britons: 31% 18-24 year olds: 15% 25-49: 29% 50-64: 35% 65+: 35% https://t.co/jOKTkcvheA https://t.co/lp6jpM55oM


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