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4 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 20 - 1:48pm
RT @YouGov: When we asked those who wouldn't want to take a trip to the moon why not, their most common answers were... Not interested - 23% Not enough to see/do - 11% Would rather go someone on Earth - 10% No point - 9% Reject premise of guaranteed safety - 9% https://t.co/E49y6vXC79 https://t.co/hWXIyM3Ilw


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4 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 20 - 1:48pm
RT @YouGov: Would you want to go to the moon if your safe return could be guaranteed? No I would not - 48% Yes I would - 43% #Apollo50th #MoonLanding50 https://t.co/E49y6vXC79 https://t.co/30CCwjSVD0


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13 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 20 - 4:57am
When we asked those who wouldn't want to take a trip to the moon why not, their most common answers were... Not interested - 23% Not enough to see/do - 11% Would rather go someone on Earth - 10% No point - 9% Reject premise of guaranteed safety - 9% https://t.co/E49y6vXC79 https://t.co/hWXIyM3Ilw


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13 hours ago:   Saturday Jul 20 - 4:57am
Would you want to go to the moon if your safe return could be guaranteed? No I would not - 48% Yes I would - 43% #Apollo50th #MoonLanding50 https://t.co/E49y6vXC79 https://t.co/30CCwjSVD0


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 12:33pm
74% of Brits say the "send her back" crowd chant, directed at black Muslim congresswoman Ilhan Omar during a President Trump campaign rally, was racist https://t.co/abzttpeoLM https://t.co/f84aZds1bo


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 12:26pm
Boris Johnson may have used a kipper to demonstrate the constraints of EU regulations this week, but only 14% of Brits say they have eaten kippers in the last year https://t.co/YS33NPGmGj https://t.co/Ar5SkCj9va


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 11:26am
Three quarters of Brits (74%) support the decision for drivers caught not wearing a seat belt to face getting points put on their licence https://t.co/8h7uJOLOoj https://t.co/vJEb6dzIFG


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 7:21am
Jeremy Corbyn however has lost the confidence of much of the 2017 Labour electorate. Fully 42% say they don't want him managing Brexit nor running the country afterwards https://t.co/3jzt1Pc7r1 https://t.co/L1LmW731jI


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 7:19am
Tories want Boris Johnson for the long run, not just Brexit. 57% of 2017 Con voters would want Boris managing Brexit, 46% want him running the country (and 42% want both) https://t.co/3jzt1Pc7r1 https://t.co/p3aZG6cBxL


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1 day ago:   Friday Jul 19 - 6:40am
RT @YouGov: Worlds Most Admired 2019. Our annual series, conducted this year in 41 countries, finds the most admired figures are: Woman 1. Michelle Obama (+1) 2. Oprah Winfrey (+1) 3. Angelina Jolie (-2) Man 1. Bill Gates (-) 2. Barack Obama (-) 3. Jackie Chan (-) https://t.co/hY0K2Vf8F9 https://t.co/54m4A3H9hu


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 12:41pm
Which would you rather hear first..? The good news: 18% The bad news: 67% https://t.co/B0U2zGapGi https://t.co/gsaOkZtO9C


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 12:34pm
Three in ten Brits (29%) say they have either read or browsed a copy of Private Eye, as the satirical magazine releases its 1500 issue https://t.co/PoO9KOsGMT https://t.co/xwHo29C2ZY


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 12:26pm
Britons are split (38% to 40%) on whether they support the proposed ban on allowing newly qualified drivers from travelling at night. Older Brits are much more likely to support this than younger Brits https://t.co/93jfiD7jBR https://t.co/VlrCyZf0bW


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 10:52am
The same study also found that not all of those who supported proroguing Parliament in order to pass a no-deal Brexit believe it would be legitimate to do so https://t.co/zsZ3q135pa https://t.co/1CjkSnKDy3


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 10:52am
MPs have voted to prevent any future Prime Minister from suspending Parliament in order to pass a no-deal Brexit. Last month we found Brits opposed Parliament being shut down for such a purpose by 47% to 24% https://t.co/zsZ3q135pa https://t.co/WsqvYoDA3J


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 10:19am
With the country now reassured that Mars Bars will still be available in the event of a no deal Brexit, we can reveal the chocolate bar is actually languishing in 28th position in the list of the most popular confectionaries in the UK https://t.co/KDQ1rHx5g4 https://t.co/YcZgUh7sIC


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 6:42am
Latest Westminster voting intention (16-17 July) Con - 25% Lab - 21% Lib Dem - 20% Brexit Party - 19% Green - 8% https://t.co/bsnTch9yKJ https://t.co/BdP0ZNSJvV


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 4:15am
Worlds Most Admired 2019. Our annual series, conducted this year in 41 countries, finds the most admired figures are: Woman 1. Michelle Obama (+1) 2. Oprah Winfrey (+1) 3. Angelina Jolie (-2) Man 1. Bill Gates (-) 2. Barack Obama (-) 3. Jackie Chan (-) https://t.co/hY0K2Vf8F9 https://t.co/54m4A3H9hu


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2 days ago:   Thursday Jul 18 - 4:12am
World's Most Admired 2019: for the first time in our annual series Angelina Jolie is not the world's most admired woman. Michelle Obama takes that honour in this year's 41 country study. Bill Gates remains the world's most admired man. https://t.co/hY0K2Vf8F9 https://t.co/Yo29rZM1g6


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 12:51pm
Where a non-fiction book lists two authors, which one do you tend to think made the greatest contribution to the book? The first author named - 28% The second author named - 1% Both equally - 24% You can’t tell from the order they put the authors - 29% https://t.co/M5vZ5aNNgd https://t.co/dvwUhg1MMp


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 12:23pm
Would you be worried if Britain was to leave the EU without agreeing a deal? All Brits: 50% yes / 40% no Remain voters: 84% yes / 9% no Leave voters: 19% yes / 73% no https://t.co/fjTMynQnwZ https://t.co/BZisUGUFOq


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 12:21pm
Two thirds of Brits (66%) say the age limit for playing the National Lottery should be raised to 18, following a government consultation on whether to make this the legal age to play https://t.co/U7XjAe5Umu https://t.co/yzxVrbTXYS


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 10:35am
RT @YouGov: Such false recall can have a knock-on effect on current voting intention. As the chart shows, VI weighted by the answer people gave in 2017 shows a small Brexit Party lead, but weighted by the 2019 data (ie the false recall data) shows a small Labour lead https://t.co/LH2xxgaEdr https://t.co/FtQDI1ygiR


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 10:34am
RT @YouGov: For instance, YouGov gathered our data on how people voted at the 2017 general election in June-July 2017. We asked a group of those voters the same question in July 2019 – Labour voters are much less likely to remember that that’s how they voted. https://t.co/LH2xxgaEdr https://t.co/zUDQQdkjsV


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 10:34am
RT @YouGov: People aren’t as good at remembering how they voted as you might think. As @anthonyjwells shows, this matters when some pollsters weight by past vote but have to base that data on how respondents say they voted years after the event. https://t.co/LH2xxgaEdr

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 10:05am
Google has suspended the secondary ticketing company Viagogo from its paid-for global search rankings. Back in 2017, almost half of Brits (48%) said that ticket re-selling sites should be banned altogether https://t.co/CwbJQbgWj1 https://t.co/cx7WbPloeM


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 8:05am
Such false recall can have a knock-on effect on current voting intention. As the chart shows, VI weighted by the answer people gave in 2017 shows a small Brexit Party lead, but weighted by the 2019 data (ie the false recall data) shows a small Labour lead https://t.co/LH2xxgaEdr https://t.co/FtQDI1ygiR


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 8:05am
For instance, YouGov gathered our data on how people voted at the 2017 general election in June-July 2017. We asked a group of those voters the same question in July 2019 – Labour voters are much less likely to remember that that’s how they voted. https://t.co/LH2xxgaEdr https://t.co/zUDQQdkjsV


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 8:05am
People aren’t as good at remembering how they voted as you might think. As @anthonyjwells shows, this matters when some pollsters weight by past vote but have to base that data on how respondents say they voted years after the event. https://t.co/LH2xxgaEdr

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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 7:22am
% of those who intend to vote for each party that think their party will win the most votes / seats at the next election: Brexit Party - 69% (most votes) / 45% (most seats) Conservative - 51% / 53% Labour - 50% / 40% Lib Dem - 19% / 13% https://t.co/dYUr7fA99N https://t.co/t5HFR5IzAK


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 5:56am
Today marks the 70 year anniversary of the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act, which would see Britain's first National Parks established. Last year we found the Lake District is the nation's favourite National Park, at 27% https://t.co/E92xF2NNjg https://t.co/4YFc6CQG3W


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 5:51am
RT @YouGov: New parties need to be able to convince their voters they can convert votes into seats in order to stand a chance under FPTP. It's a challenge the Brexit Party has met: 45% of Brexit Party voters think it would win the most seats at a general election https://t.co/dYUr7fA99N https://t.co/MLYa2LWXrX


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 4:35am
Netflix has pledged to cut down on smoking scenes in programmes set in a historical era when the activity was more prevalent, but 62% of Brits say such programmes should show people smoking https://t.co/q3xGRXbieE https://t.co/XC6DjabhQJ


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3 days ago:   Wednesday Jul 17 - 4:09am
New parties need to be able to convince their voters they can convert votes into seats in order to stand a chance under FPTP. It's a challenge the Brexit Party has met: 45% of Brexit Party voters think it would win the most seats at a general election https://t.co/dYUr7fA99N https://t.co/MLYa2LWXrX


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 12:02pm
Londoners (78%) and Scots (78%) are the most likely to have ever had a £50 in their in their possession, while those from the north of England (52%) are the least likely https://t.co/1g9bKGg6jW https://t.co/cEzkviMXLH


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 12:02pm
When it comes to actually using a £50, a third of Brits (34%) say they've never had one in their possession to use, compared to 61% who have https://t.co/Y8MGnz8UuQ https://t.co/Q3ZgtzEM8f


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 12:02pm
Do Brits approve of Alan Turing as the choice to appear on the new £50 note? Yes: 66% No: 2% Never heard of him: 23% https://t.co/zm5g1pq9je https://t.co/TqXJ2RS1KO


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 4:17am
Sadiq Khan has blocked construction of the proposed Tulip skyscraper. Earlier in the year we found that Londoners were split on whether it would improve the capital's skyline: 37% thought it would make it better, 32% thought it would make it worse https://t.co/Jit3xBawSx https://t.co/7XP0o7NpfE


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4 days ago:   Tuesday Jul 16 - 4:09am
51% of Brits say prisoners should have more relaxed rules or better facilities to reward good behaviour, following the MoJ stating its desire to give prison chiefs the power to make such decisions. 32% say all prisoners should be subject to the same regime https://t.co/DUC8UTfrYc https://t.co/9lKXKzyFGq


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 15 - 12:29pm
When playing a game or sport with children, should you let them win? Yes, every time: 2% Yes, most of the time: 13% Yes, but only sometimes: 53% No: 18% https://t.co/rTRhkId3xc https://t.co/Q7LQjYszeo


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 15 - 11:59am
Twice as many Brits say they prefer a narrow, nail-biting win in an important match (48%) over one that is convincing and comfortable (24%), following England's agonising victory in the #CWC19Final yesterday https://t.co/WZN41LON54 https://t.co/jZdFX3h3kY


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5 days ago:   Monday Jul 15 - 7:57am
The new James Bond movie will see his 007 codename assigned to a new black, female agent. We found last year that most people (58%) would be happy with James Bond being black, but only a third (36%) would support a female Bond https://t.co/tmwBlRtXDs https://t.co/keDRABNyxM


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6 days ago:   Sunday Jul 14 - 5:08am
Both Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt have defended the press publishing for the Kim Darroch remarks. 41% of Brits think it was wrong for papers to publish the remarks, including 57% of Conservative voters https://t.co/EoUVxFNtWs https://t.co/VN6JOVmODu


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1 week ago:   Saturday Jul 13 - 7:53am
RT @YouGov: One in eight men (12%) say they could win a point in a game of tennis against 23 time grand slam winner Serena Williams https://t.co/q0eNBjn7Vu https://t.co/3InBOWdYwh


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 12:10pm
Latest Westminster voting intention (9-10 July) Con - 24% Brexit Party - 21% Lab - 20% Lib Dem - 19% Green - 9% Other - 8% https://t.co/UcTdgyxsl8 https://t.co/mmh4YnnvQz


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 11:31am
With the naturist gathering Nudefest kicking off this weekend, we asked Brits if they thought they looked better naked, or with clothes on: Naked: 7% Clothes on: 81% https://t.co/Wc9lPlap91 https://t.co/d4Nx6Giyn3


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 11:29am
With tennis player R. Bautista Agut missing his stag do this weekend after unexpectedly making it to the Wimbledon semi-final, a quarter of Brits (26%) say they have actively made an excuse up to avoid a stag/hen do https://t.co/5JtqNuYoB5 https://t.co/YqIapT0OMN


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 11:18am
One in eight men (12%) say they could win a point in a game of tennis against 23 time grand slam winner Serena Williams https://t.co/q0eNBjn7Vu https://t.co/3InBOWdYwh


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 7:29am
RT @YouGov: With news emerging that human contractors are paid to transcribe some Google Assistant recordings, we found recently that 37% of smart speaker owners aren’t aware their voice recordings are kept by the manufacturers in the cloud https://t.co/MyMcjjMQs2 https://t.co/Ob8PpKlQ7m


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 5:59am
Our new survey indicates managers are more concerned about employees breaching data security (48%) than about cyber attacks from outside (17%), with seven out of ten leaders at medium and large businesses viewing cybersecurity as a risk https://t.co/GMMye0TD1Y https://t.co/5ap9Ml66Yh


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 4:32am
R. Kelly has been arrested again, this time on sex trafficking charges. When asked earlier this year, Brits were split on whether to keep listening to his music despite the previous allegations of sexual abuse put against him https://t.co/dtzSDc4UlP https://t.co/ibNROi1OHz


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1 week ago:   Friday Jul 12 - 4:23am
With news emerging that human contractors are paid to transcribe some Google Assistant recordings, we found recently that 37% of smart speaker owners aren’t aware their voice recordings are kept by the manufacturers in the cloud https://t.co/MyMcjjMQs2 https://t.co/Ob8PpKlQ7m


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 11 - 12:26pm
By 51% to 28% Brits say that boys and girls should wear the same school uniforms, after the Welsh government announced that all school uniforms across Wales are to become gender neutral https://t.co/FBPWc52KpO https://t.co/9BLrZmr5CK


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 11 - 12:03pm
The majority of Remain voters (60%) don't think it's possible to have a good relationship with President Trump's government over a long period of time, while the majority of Leave voters (58%) think it is https://t.co/aFa5X3SzAi https://t.co/DPCo2sfuVd


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 11 - 11:37am
Will the result of the Conservative leadership election be down to Tory entryism? While 34% of members are recently-joined they have strong Conservative voting records, and while they are very pro-Boris so is the rest of the membership https://t.co/CqjGEsLmQV https://t.co/TWHzLV6iWK

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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 11 - 4:06am
These newly-joined members are more pro-Boris.: 85% say they will vote for him. But given the membership as a whole backs Boris over Hunt by 74% to 26%, all these new members are doing is shifting the dial, not changing the result https://t.co/CqjGEsLmQV https://t.co/iPw99iYW1k


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 11 - 4:06am
That being said, the voting records of these newly-joined members are still strongly Conservative: 92% voted Tory in 2017, as did 71% in 2015. Only 2% did at the EU elections (but then so did only 22% of all members) https://t.co/CqjGEsLmQV https://t.co/dH2y5gZmaZ


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 11 - 4:06am
Of this group of recently-joined Conservative members, the single most common motivation for joining (59%) was to be able to vote in the leadership election https://t.co/CqjGEsLmQV https://t.co/eK2GBKkxMA


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 11 - 4:06am
Large numbers of those voting haven't been in the party long. One third (34%) of Conservative members have joined the party since the 2017 general election (but longer ago than the 3 month cut-off point for voting eligibility). https://t.co/CqjGEsLmQV https://t.co/E8oRhfnr7p


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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 11 - 4:06am
Does the Conservative Party have a problem with entryism? YouGov's @chriscurtis94 takes a look https://t.co/CqjGEsLmQV

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1 week ago:   Thursday Jul 11 - 3:08am
RT @YouGov: By 48% to 24% Brits say Boris Johnson should resign if he fails to deliver Brexit by 31 October (providing he is in power in the first place). Conservative voters are split (38% to 39%) https://t.co/zspl0a7qNO https://t.co/lK86dVq5vs


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 10 - 12:09pm
Brits overwhelmingly prefer realism to optimism in a leader (75% to 12%), in the fallout from last night's leadership debate. Conservative and Leave voters are more likely than Labour and Remain voters to prefer mainly optimism in a leader https://t.co/0k7RhvgHxu https://t.co/s3BODz9u4P


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 10 - 11:59am
By 48% to 24% Brits say Boris Johnson should resign if he fails to deliver Brexit by 31 October (providing he is in power in the first place). Conservative voters are split (38% to 39%) https://t.co/zspl0a7qNO https://t.co/lK86dVq5vs


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 10 - 11:34am
Similar numbers of men (49%) and women (47%) think both genders should play the same number of sets in grand slam tennis, whether it be three or five. This is more than the 21% and 17% of both groups who say the format should stay as it is https://t.co/o7cFFPjFAZ https://t.co/dKe7nekU9V


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 10 - 10:02am
Guests at a hotel in China will soon be able to check how recently their sheets were washed. YouGov previously that Britons wash their sheets... Once a week or more frequently - 36% Once a fortnight - 35% Once every three weeks or longer - 22% https://t.co/0HgmHFJDn5 https://t.co/eajwl47FEv


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 10 - 9:37am
Meet the Lib Dem Leavers and Brexit Party Remainers - we conducted focus groups to understand those whose EU referendum vote and party alignment seem to conflict https://t.co/aEG6yZx4D3 https://t.co/IzcrXprOSD


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 10 - 7:07am
The majority of Brits (56%) also said it was wrong to leak the reports which criticised the Trump administration - just 20% say it was right for them to be given to the press https://t.co/EoUVxFNtWs https://t.co/GWDPzztpyz


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 10 - 7:07am
With news that Sir Kim Darroch has resigned, a plurality of Brits said yesterday they would rather support and keep him (41%) than have him replaced (35%). Leave voters (52%) were much more likely to want him replaced than Remain voters (20%) https://t.co/qVDHWGB0EB https://t.co/7StaYffBXG


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Jul 10 - 4:11am
The majority of Remain voters (58%) think the UK's ambassador to the US should be kept in place by the next PM, while the majority of Leave voters (52%) think he should be replaced https://t.co/qVDHWGB0EB https://t.co/0Xq1zzUAMo


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 11:41am
As it's #CowAppreciationDay, here is a reminder of the how Brits define their diet: Meat-eater: 73% Flexitarian: 14% Vegetarian: 3% Vegan: 1% https://t.co/vXwFUmz57r https://t.co/UBM6UCWMoG


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 11:18am
Should the next PM replace, or keep the UK’s ambassador to the US, following President Trump saying he will no longer work with him? Support and keep - 41% Replace - 35% https://t.co/qVDHWGB0EB https://t.co/DmWu0rP84x


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Jul 9 - 11:15am
The Ukrainian health minister has said that swearing is good for your health, but Brits are split 38% to 32% on whether or not they agree. Younger Brits are more likely to say this is the case than older Brits, however https://t.co/jLVKFvCFMr https://t.co/2yUuztDlUc


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 8 - 11:45am
72% of Brits think somebody with 30,000 or more followers on social media should not be considered a celebrity, following the Advertising Standards Authority saying they should be classified as such https://t.co/cXMXkTdVUq https://t.co/KKabIyTDc8


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 8 - 11:39am
With 27 properties in Mexico being put up for auction that had been seized from drug traffickers, Brits are split on whether they would (39%) or would not (40%) buy a bargain property under such conditions https://t.co/URdjk3T8wu https://t.co/zcFpgC2YFv


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 8 - 11:32am
56% of Brits say it was wrong to leak reports from Britain’s ambassador to the USA, which criticised the Trump administration - 20% say it was right for the comments to be given to the press https://t.co/EoUVxFNtWs https://t.co/rmN0dsoBXt


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1 week ago:   Monday Jul 8 - 4:53am
With severe delays on the Northern line causing commuter disruption in the capital this morning, it will surprise few Londoners to learn that the Northern and Central lines are the least-liked among users of the Tube network https://t.co/FnPHhsZJEI https://t.co/nphTFHNAxo


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1 week ago:   Sunday Jul 7 - 4:06am
Some opponents of Boris Johnson believe his no-deal Brexit talk will hit the value of the pound and turn the public against his plans. We found earlier this year that a devalued pound is one of the bigger economic concerns among Leave voters https://t.co/5unHOSfD5b https://t.co/h8qpb37a1P


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2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 6 - 7:01am
RT @YouGov: Party member voting decisions are instead being driven by Brexit: whilst members doubt both candidates’ abilities to get a better deal, 90% think Boris Johnson would be prepared to proceed without a deal - just 27% think the same of Jeremy Hunt https://t.co/wf3D5Mw5Tq https://t.co/0Ja845SAsd


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2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 6 - 7:01am
RT @YouGov: One reason why Johnson hasn’t been damaged over the course of the campaign is because party members don’t really care about his private life - 77% say it’s not relevant to whether or not he would make a good prime minister https://t.co/wf3D5Mw5Tq https://t.co/v4ST62hjqW


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2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 6 - 7:01am
RT @YouGov: Boris Johnson still holds a commanding 74% to 26% lead over Jeremy Hunt in the ongoing leadership election, our latest poll of Conservative party members shows https://t.co/wf3D5Mw5Tq https://t.co/po4TVZkshc


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2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 6 - 5:00am
Party member voting decisions are instead being driven by Brexit: whilst members doubt both candidates’ abilities to get a better deal, 90% think Boris Johnson would be prepared to proceed without a deal - just 27% think the same of Jeremy Hunt https://t.co/wf3D5Mw5Tq https://t.co/0Ja845SAsd


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2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 6 - 5:00am
One reason why Johnson hasn’t been damaged over the course of the campaign is because party members don’t really care about his private life - 77% say it’s not relevant to whether or not he would make a good prime minister https://t.co/wf3D5Mw5Tq https://t.co/v4ST62hjqW


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2 weeks ago:   Saturday Jul 6 - 5:00am
Boris Johnson still holds a commanding 74% to 26% lead over Jeremy Hunt in the ongoing leadership election, our latest poll of Conservative party members shows https://t.co/wf3D5Mw5Tq https://t.co/po4TVZkshc


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 5 - 11:59am
Which of the Conservative leadership candidates do Brits see as more trustworthy? Jeremy Hunt: 29% Boris Johnson: 22% Don't know: 49% https://t.co/YJxmSxjdfA https://t.co/sKWCP8B0yD


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 5 - 7:47am
For pedestrian safety, the law is changing to ensure electric cars make a noise at low speeds - so what sound should they make? Petrol/diesel car noise: 36% Low pitched hum: 18% Electric whine: 8% UFO/futuristic sound: 5% Personalised noise: 2% https://t.co/tVG2yS2b1y


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 5 - 6:05am
We also found last year that three quarters of Brits (73%) believe the government is handling the NHS badly, up from 63% in 2012. 51% of Brits also said they expected the NHS to get worse over the next few years #NHS71 https://t.co/e62QyzZDiV https://t.co/IomQCcivCv


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 5 - 6:05am
With the NHS celebrating its 71st birthday, we found last year that half of Brits (50%) don’t think it is likely that the service will last another 70 years #NHS71 https://t.co/e62QyzZDiV https://t.co/SlimPoKOMM


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Jul 5 - 3:21am
Some scientists have called for 900m hectares of trees to be planted in order to combat climate change. A previous YouGov study found 93% of Brits would support planting more trees and forests to combat climate change https://t.co/sHYtCl6TbE https://t.co/ukwrRWX26W


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 4 - 11:58am
The British Council has warned that Brexit is causing poorer children to fall further behind in learning foreign languages, but 62% of Brits say leaving the EU will make no difference to how useful it is to learn European languages https://t.co/U3a4BsjwoQ https://t.co/d8mfVsUXJO


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 4 - 11:55am
79% of Brits (including 69% of Tory voters) say that fox hunting should remain illegal, following Jeremy Hunt suggesting that the current ban could be repealed if he becomes prime minister https://t.co/AkzsY9yzz4 https://t.co/uGHCNzldfU


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 4 - 7:41am
The public opinion of Jeremy Corbyn is a big problem for Labour: Net favourability scores: Jeremy Corbyn: -51 Theresa May: -36 Jeremy Hunt: -30 Boris Johnson: -23 https://t.co/jISocsa5m2 https://t.co/xzUPpmaVIl


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 4 - 7:41am
Our latest Westminster voting intention has Labour in forth place for the first time ever: Con - 24% Brexit Party - 23% Lib Dem - 20% Labour - 18% Green - 9% https://t.co/jISocsa5m2 https://t.co/rK9j9Stthp


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 4 - 6:40am
RT @YouGov: Whilst a majority of Brits (56%) think it's appropriate for brands or companies to openly support LGBT+ issues, they're more likely back brands taking a stance on environmental issues (86%), animal rights (77%) and gender equality (64%) https://t.co/JrcY8ICgDL https://t.co/wO1OQYnTjO


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 4 - 5:37am
As it's #IndependenceDay, here is your reminder that 16% of Brits think the world would have been better off if the USA had lost the War of Independence https://t.co/JwP7X24bFj https://t.co/uYbhyvVdTd


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 4 - 5:14am
When given examples of how a company could support LGBT+ issues, Brits are more likely to back policies which help LGBT+ workers (46%) and customers (48%) than paying to take part in a Pride parade (38%) or using the rainbow Pride flag in marketing (46%) https://t.co/JrcY8ICgDL https://t.co/LRNxRc46h5


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Jul 4 - 5:14am
Whilst a majority of Brits (56%) think it's appropriate for brands or companies to openly support LGBT+ issues, they're more likely back brands taking a stance on environmental issues (86%), animal rights (77%) and gender equality (64%) https://t.co/JrcY8ICgDL https://t.co/wO1OQYnTjO


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 12:42pm
Two thirds of Brits (66%) say they think obesity is a cause of cancer, following on from charity Cancer Research warning that it is now a bigger factor in four types of cancers than smoking https://t.co/lsEwlBRwwj https://t.co/ib0BBtUPDu


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 12:29pm
Boris Johnson has said he intends to review the so-called ‘sugar taxes’, but by 55% to 37% of Brits say they approve of them of as a way of combating obesity and health problems https://t.co/yAuTmEUtl3 https://t.co/67eMwhPZT0


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 11:38am
RT @YouGov: When asked to place themselves on the Kinsey scale of 0 to 6, where 0 is completely heterosexual and 6 is completely homosexual (rather than within more defined options), the number of Brits identifying as ‘completely heterosexual’ falls from 86% to 72% https://t.co/f2EcPIsGvw https://t.co/gD49hNhGrQ


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Jul 3 - 11:38am
RT @YouGov: Britons are more likely than ever to see themselves as somewhere between homosexual or heterosexual, with the number of 18-24s identifying as bisexual eight times higher than in 2015 (16% to 2%) https://t.co/f2EcPIsGvw https://t.co/Jxp6zi6PCo


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