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2 hours ago:   Thursday Oct 21 - 9:20am
RT @YouGov: By 45% to 18%, Britons support banning cryptocurrency to combat climate change. Both Labour and Conservative voters tend to support a ban. Only younger Britons (18-34yr olds) tend to oppose it, but even then only 34-35% do so https://t.co/QSQ1Vp7CmQ #COP26 https://t.co/881D2IFCty


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2 hours ago:   Thursday Oct 21 - 8:42am
Support for car-related climate change policies More congestion zones in UK cities - 43% Raising congestion charge in existing zones - 42% Banning production + sale of petrol and diesel cars - 39% Increase fuel duty - 29% https://t.co/SB1U22z1A9 https://t.co/49JiWV9h8s


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3 hours ago:   Thursday Oct 21 - 8:30am
The House of Lords are debating a bill on allowing assisted suicide for terminally ill people. The public overwhelmingly support allowing doctor-assisted for terminal patients (by 73% to 9%) but our survey of MPs shows they are split (35% vs 35%) https://t.co/llxY7vlzPO https://t.co/qdgzJnmogS


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3 hours ago:   Thursday Oct 21 - 7:54am
Paintmakers are running out of the colour blue, according to Bloomberg. This will be an issue for many, as a previous international YouGov survey showed blue is the favourite colour of the most people in 10 countries https://t.co/QLKpx5qaiV https://t.co/u8mjrFnPF9


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5 hours ago:   Thursday Oct 21 - 6:30am
While Brits support a cryptocurrency ban by 45% to 18%, only 26% think it would be effective in reducing the impact of climate change. This gap between support and perceived effectiveness is the largest of any climate change measure we asked about https://t.co/QSQ1Vp7CmQ #COP26 https://t.co/wm6yp6IOYy


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5 hours ago:   Thursday Oct 21 - 6:30am
By 45% to 18%, Britons support banning cryptocurrency to combat climate change. Both Labour and Conservative voters tend to support a ban. Only younger Britons (18-34yr olds) tend to oppose it, but even then only 34-35% do so https://t.co/QSQ1Vp7CmQ #COP26 https://t.co/881D2IFCty


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5 hours ago:   Thursday Oct 21 - 6:04am
RT @YouGov: 72% of Britons say they'd feel less safe if in a crowded or un-ventilated place and people were not wearing face masks https://t.co/M5Cacn2THw https://t.co/sen7ACCNi5


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5 hours ago:   Thursday Oct 21 - 6:04am
RT @YouGov: Which of the following Prime Minister’s would you choose to have handled the Covid-19 outbreak? Margaret Thatcher - 29% Tony Blair - 14% Gordon Brown - 10% Boris Johnson- 9% https://t.co/9kt6G42G16 https://t.co/BtRToPwkT5


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5 hours ago:   Thursday Oct 21 - 5:38am
Conservative voters are particularly doubtful of famous people campaigning for climate change (75%), compared to Labour voters (54%) https://t.co/ZU0iBvzD6O https://t.co/aaIqT88nwT


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5 hours ago:   Thursday Oct 21 - 5:38am
68% of Brits think politicians campaigning for action on climate change are doing so to maintain a positive public image, rather than genuine concern 61% think famous people are also doing it for positive PR https://t.co/ZU0iBvzD6O https://t.co/sQmL8y6Tbu


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23 hours ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 11:35am
Brits on whether they’ve spent Christmas alone: I have, just in 2020: 3% I have, in 2020 or other years: 19% I have not: 73% https://t.co/WZeYTNAaLs https://t.co/YPSppkYySY


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 11:15am
Which of the following Prime Minister’s would you choose to have handled the Covid-19 outbreak? Margaret Thatcher - 29% Tony Blair - 14% Gordon Brown - 10% Boris Johnson- 9% https://t.co/9kt6G42G16 https://t.co/BtRToPwkT5


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 10:54am
72% of Britons say they'd feel less safe if in a crowded or un-ventilated place and people were not wearing face masks https://t.co/M5Cacn2THw https://t.co/sen7ACCNi5


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1 day ago:   Wednesday Oct 20 - 4:25am
The Queen recently declined an 'Oldie of the Year' award, saying you're only as old as you feel Most Britons feel that 'old age' has begun by the time a person hits 70. They also put the end of being young at 30, and the onset of middle age at 48 https://t.co/PfjZgdsjXP https://t.co/H0k46EFn8t


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 12:55pm
The coronavirus act was extended by 6 months today. How long do Britons want to keep it in place for? Repeal now: 13% Repeal before Mar 2022: 10% Repeal in Mar 2022: 31% Repeal after Mar 2022: 20% Never repeal: 9% https://t.co/51uDz20hfo https://t.co/n2fpxD1kbT


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 11:57am
Just 16% of Britons with gas boilers think it’s likely they’ll replace them within the next few years, after the government has been criticised in their attempt to get people to replace their boilers with low carbon heat pumps https://t.co/eRtg0HcP8E https://t.co/DVoI4seNJj


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1 day ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 11:46am
If you were single and met someone you really liked, but you really hated their name, would it put you off them? It would: 21% It wouldn’t: 64% https://t.co/olpjp4cFWm https://t.co/etmfrbPmGa


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 11:26am
Yesterday was World Menopause Day, so how much do Brits know about what happens during the menopause? A great deal: 15% A fair amount: 38% Not very much: 37% Nothing at all: 6% https://t.co/NTAR6PVYVp https://t.co/UMQEK8hcdz


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 7:30am
RT @YouGov: Britons are clueless on the relative effectiveness of things they could do to cut carbon Brits think green lightbulbs save more carbon than a long haul return flight, & that buying less plastic items cuts more than replacing car travel w public transport https://t.co/1p6OZGg0Us https://t.co/pBsoxsUNeR


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 6:02am
A 2019 YouGov study found that 5% of childless Britons who said they did not intend to have children said they were doing so because of the effect on climate change https://t.co/H46isnMaKn https://t.co/vnAYJ80TVa https://t.co/4zqfI2M3wp


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 5:48am
Effectiveness of carbon cutting measures, according to Brits Car to cycling/walking: 7.4/10 Buy green energy: 6.9 Buy less plastic: 6.7 Green lightbulbs: 6.2 Car to pub. transport: 6.1 1 less long haul return flight: 5.9 Vegan diet: 4.9 1 less child: 4.9 https://t.co/1p6OZGg0Us https://t.co/owMBb327bw

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2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 5:39am
By far the single biggest lifestyle change (certain) people could take to cut carbon is to have one fewer child than planned, saving at least 23.7 tons of carbon per person per year Yet Brits rated this 4.9/10 in terms of effectiveness - the joint lowest https://t.co/1p6OZGg0Us https://t.co/yyzaoRYFnx


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 5:39am
One less long haul return flight could save 1.6 tons of carbon per person per year. Yet Brits only rate it 5.9/10 in terms of effectiveness, the 3rd lowest Cutting down on plastic purchases could save 0.02 tCO2, yet Brits rate it 6.7/10 - the 3rd highest https://t.co/1p6OZGg0Us https://t.co/h4GjqFluhU


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 5:39am
Britons are clueless on the relative effectiveness of things they could do to cut carbon Brits think green lightbulbs save more carbon than a long haul return flight, & that buying less plastic items cuts more than replacing car travel w public transport https://t.co/1p6OZGg0Us https://t.co/pBsoxsUNeR


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 4:20am
RT @YouGov: Three in ten Britons (30%) think nuclear energy is a moderate/high carbon emitter. This rises to 46% of those who don't want the UK to generate any nuclear power. This suggests some of the opposition to nuclear could be based on carbon misconceptions https://t.co/rhhHG45r34 https://t.co/qOVgVmiGmo


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2 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 19 - 4:18am
RT @YouGov: What role should nuclear energy play in Britain's attempts to reduce carbon emissions? A major role - on a par with renewable energy sources like solar or wind: 34% A minor role - less than renewable energy sources: 31% No role at all: 12% https://t.co/rhhHG45r34 https://t.co/ywE3zfZMlX


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2 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 12:06pm
The Spanish PM has pledged to criminalise prostitution, as the industry there is completely unregulated. And by 48% to 34% Brits would not be okay if they discovered their partner had in the past paid for the services of a prostitute or escort https://t.co/0wfSRyaKZC https://t.co/Q1V6nJEEKB


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3 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 11:27am
A retail boss has sparked a debate online after suggesting workers with new dogs should be given ‘pawternity’ leave. Should workplaces give employees extra leave if they’ve bought a new puppy? They should: 11% They should not: 77% https://t.co/yHbrkoXp8Q https://t.co/195AJCLbX8


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3 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 11:24am
Succession has returned to our screens for another season and by 51% to 33% of Brits say they would not like to be in business with their immediate family https://t.co/e5vZpSSECe https://t.co/kMOvTowlUO


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3 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 9:21am
Three in ten Britons (30%) think nuclear energy is a moderate/high carbon emitter. This rises to 46% of those who don't want the UK to generate any nuclear power. This suggests some of the opposition to nuclear could be based on carbon misconceptions https://t.co/rhhHG45r34 https://t.co/qOVgVmiGmo


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3 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 9:21am
What role should nuclear energy play in Britain's attempts to reduce carbon emissions? A major role - on a par with renewable energy sources like solar or wind: 34% A minor role - less than renewable energy sources: 31% No role at all: 12% https://t.co/rhhHG45r34 https://t.co/ywE3zfZMlX


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3 days ago:   Monday Oct 18 - 3:00am
Priti Patel is considering removing the right to anonymity on social media to tackle online MP abuse. 78% of Brits think everybody should have to disclose their identity when signing up, with 37% saying it should have to be displayed on the profile https://t.co/nAHXujujFa https://t.co/LsWBePBakK


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4 days ago:   Saturday Oct 16 - 2:26pm
As supply chain disruption drags on, 53% of Britons now say they've noticed food shortages in their local shops/supermarkets Jul - 36% had noticed shortages Aug - 45% Sep - 56% https://t.co/85NiKqoBoL https://t.co/fUsSpoPdUR


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4 days ago:   Saturday Oct 16 - 2:11pm
Are Britons still using the NHS COVID-19 app? Only 40% still have it - and half of this group haven’t checked into a venue for a month https://t.co/XceycptP9H https://t.co/o6knezzwEh


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4 days ago:   Saturday Oct 16 - 2:05pm
A Cambridge college is to become the first British institution to return a looted Benin sculpture. The majority of Britons (62%) support permanently returning artefacts to their country of origin https://t.co/oY9Y3rxH6B https://t.co/2oVIsY8v5v


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6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:36am
RT @YouGov: Prince William has said focus should be put on saving the Earth rather than engaging in the space race - and 68% of Britons agree. Only 2% think that space exploration should take precedent https://t.co/NqMAEKKePL https://t.co/VfWDJcXz3e


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6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:34am
The contactless card limit on each payment has now risen from £45 to £100. Where Britons stand on the change: Support - 50% Oppose - 42% https://t.co/7P2v8hOZLp https://t.co/b2Nj7mYotP


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6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:19am
The Queen has said it's "irritating" that leaders "talk but don't do" on climate, as COP-26 approaches. Britons share her aggravation: though 65% are worried about the climate, 62% think it's unlikely the conference will result in any significant action https://t.co/jjDTVuU6rx https://t.co/cmtvTymIKT


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6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:01am
How do GE2019 voters who currently intend to vote plan to cast their ballot? Con are holding on to 83% of their 2019 vote, compared to 77% for Labour The most sizeable draw on the Labour vote are the Greens, who have nabbed 11% of Lab's 2019 voters https://t.co/CJDHRvYlzE https://t.co/0ytkIJbAjQ


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6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:01am
The Brexit realignment seems to have run its course, with the Tories (83% L, 84% R) and Labour (76% L, 77% R) holding on to the same numbers of their Remain and Leave voters from GE2019 https://t.co/CJDHRvYlzE https://t.co/tP8moZjcV0


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6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:01am
The Conservatives lead across all social groups, but particularly among those in 'C2' households AB 🔴34% 🔵36% C1 🔴34% 🔵36% C2 🔴30% 🔵43% DE 🔴33% 🔵39% https://t.co/CJDHRvYlzE https://t.co/lWt0Uhz79z


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6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:01am
Retired Britons back the Conservatives by 56% to 21%. Working Britons are split 37% Labour / 33% Conservative https://t.co/CJDHRvYlzE https://t.co/ZSNhaaUgrK


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6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:01am
Education is another key indicator of how people are likely to vote (though age still plays a big role) Vote by highest education qualification achieved GCSE or equiv, and below: 🔴26% 🔵51% A levels and similar: 🔴31% 🔵40% Degree or higher: 🔴41% 🔵25% https://t.co/CJDHRvYlzE https://t.co/DcqAFo45iu


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6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:00am
Age remains the most important indicator of how someone intends to vote. 18-24 🔴49% 🔵15% 25-29 🔴51% 🔵18% 30-39 🔴44% 🔵23% 40-49 🔴35% 🔵34% 50-59 🔴31% 🔵40% 60-69 🔴25% 🔵48% 70+ 🔴17% 🔵61% https://t.co/CJDHRvYlzE https://t.co/SBnH9WJJwH


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6 days ago:   Friday Oct 15 - 4:00am
🧵/ How is Britain voting in autumn 2021? We've compiled all of our voting intention surveys in September – totalling some 24,000 respondents – to take a detailed demographic look at where the electorate stands https://t.co/CJDHRvYlzE

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6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 12:13pm
RT @YouGov: Sajid Javid will soon end social distancing in surgeries to allow more patients face-to-face appointments, it has been reported. Face-to-face is preferred by 66% of the public, with only 5% preferring a video-call appointment https://t.co/wdyigc4OGg https://t.co/zj5A0p8tj8


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6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 12:13pm
RT @YouGov: Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? Boris Johnson - 31% (n/c) Keir Starmer - 25% (-1) Changes from 15-16 Sept https://t.co/V5TSBxCY48 https://t.co/EyrLJhPx3w


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6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 12:13pm
RT @YouGov: Latest Westminster voting intention (12-13 Oct) Con: 41% (+2 from 5-6 Oct) Lab: 31% (n/c) Lib Dem: 9% (n/c) Green: 8% (-1) SNP: 4% (-2) Reform UK: 4% (n/c) https://t.co/V5TSBxCY48 https://t.co/L4wEENKudW


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6 days ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 12:12pm
RT @YouGov: Concern about the economy has shot up in recent weeks in our top issues tracker Economy: 50% (+12 from 19 Sep) Health: 45% (-5) Environment: 30% (-3) Immigration: 26% (-6) Brexit: 26% (+1) https://t.co/1p8vQOZmk3 https://t.co/zE8VKQHVAV


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1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 11:23am
Prince William has said focus should be put on saving the Earth rather than engaging in the space race - and 68% of Britons agree. Only 2% think that space exploration should take precedent https://t.co/NqMAEKKePL https://t.co/VfWDJcXz3e


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1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 11:09am
We may only be midway through October, but around a third of Brits (32%) say they've started their Christmas shopping https://t.co/9d4n3CdEuV https://t.co/KqdN4BnVzT


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1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 10:58am
Concern about the economy has shot up in recent weeks in our top issues tracker Economy: 50% (+12 from 19 Sep) Health: 45% (-5) Environment: 30% (-3) Immigration: 26% (-6) Brexit: 26% (+1) https://t.co/1p8vQOZmk3 https://t.co/zE8VKQHVAV


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1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 4:43am
Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? Boris Johnson - 31% (n/c) Keir Starmer - 25% (-1) Changes from 15-16 Sept https://t.co/V5TSBxCY48 https://t.co/EyrLJhPx3w


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1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 14 - 4:43am
Latest Westminster voting intention (12-13 Oct) Con: 41% (+2 from 5-6 Oct) Lab: 31% (n/c) Lib Dem: 9% (n/c) Green: 8% (-1) SNP: 4% (-2) Reform UK: 4% (n/c) https://t.co/V5TSBxCY48 https://t.co/L4wEENKudW


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 12:33pm
Sajid Javid will soon end social distancing in surgeries to allow more patients face-to-face appointments, it has been reported. Face-to-face is preferred by 66% of the public, with only 5% preferring a video-call appointment https://t.co/wdyigc4OGg https://t.co/zj5A0p8tj8


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 11:54am
Britons also deem the use of laughing gas the least harmful of the below in terms of costs to society Crack: 88% see as harmful Heroin: 86% Methamphetamine: 85% Cocaine: 84% Alcohol: 81% Tobacco: 80% Ecstasy: 71% LSD: 71% Marijuana: 58% Laughing gas: 55% https://t.co/g86RqVHhbd https://t.co/TCAcSGUFNS


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 11:54am
Laughing gas may soon be banned, but Britons consider it less harmful than alcohol or tobacco Crack: 95% see as harmful Heroin: 95% Methamphetamine: 94% Cocaine: 94% Tobacco: 84% Ecstasy: 85% Alcohol: 84% LSD: 82% Laughing gas: 66% Marijuana: 61% https://t.co/g86RqVHhbd https://t.co/mj9ZSWrPCz


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 11:02am
When it comes to motorists vs Insulate Britain, public sympathy lies with those behind the wheel 65% - have sympathy with motorists 9% - protesters 14% - neither https://t.co/LpBC5ZlzZZ https://t.co/vQs0lQakwL


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 11:02am
Insulate Britain's 13th protest in four weeks took place this morning. 72% of the public oppose their actions, and 73% think the protests are actually hindering their own cause https://t.co/JZE3TzWTtS https://t.co/czmRcFotZ7


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 10:50am
61% of Britons, including 64% of Londoners, support the decision to cancel the city's riverside New Year’s Eve fireworks display for a second year https://t.co/jVXb4yqLXp https://t.co/IFFODy3rgT


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 4:28am
The Environment Agency has said the UK isn't ready for the impact of climate change. The British public are indeed worried about its impact, but less so than other European nations: 🇮🇹 84% are worried 🇫🇷 79% 🇪🇸 79% 🇩🇪 70% 🇩🇰 68% 🇸🇪 66% 🇬🇧 65% https://t.co/jjDTVuU6rx https://t.co/4MAyNOiGA8


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 4:21am
RT @YouGov: Most people in key European nations think it's unlikely COP-26 will result in any significant action in tackling climate change 🇩🇪 64% think it's unlikely 🇬🇧 62% 🇫🇷 56% 🇪🇸 55% 🇩🇰 54% 🇸🇪 51% 🇮🇹 51% https://t.co/HZGWQQp22Y https://t.co/qiuOkcvyBp


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 4:21am
RT @YouGov: Most people across key European nations are worried about climate change, ahead of COP-26 🇮🇹 84% are worried 🇫🇷 79% 🇪🇸 79% 🇩🇪 70% 🇩🇰 68% 🇸🇪 66% 🇬🇧 65% https://t.co/HZGWQQp22Y https://t.co/1fNOehUuKW


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 13 - 4:20am
RT @YouGov: Thinking about the upcoming Autumn Budget, do you think Rishi Sunak will...? Raise taxes overall - 67% Keep them the same - 15% Lower taxes overall - 3% https://t.co/RwMEXHo3Ay https://t.co/T3jO3maXts


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 11:53am
Thinking about the upcoming Autumn Budget, do you think Rishi Sunak will...? Raise taxes overall - 67% Keep them the same - 15% Lower taxes overall - 3% https://t.co/RwMEXHo3Ay https://t.co/T3jO3maXts


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 11:48am
62% of Britons would support the government bailing out manufacturing companies, following the industry making another appeal amid soaring energy costs https://t.co/5fDp5pD9RJ https://t.co/iPI4U1kx6B


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 11:12am
Britons are split on the new law in California which requires large retailers to display toys and childcare items in gender-neutral ways Good idea - 35% Bad idea - 35% https://t.co/lEioIGDMFo https://t.co/oaSFprqI1b


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 10:03am
69% of the public expect the HGV driver shortage to impact Christmas this year. Only 18% don't. https://t.co/G0aA3BAFZz https://t.co/Z8JS9PRSJv


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 10:03am
Which of the following, if either, would be the most effective solution to the shortage of truck drivers in the UK? Training British drivers - 38% Convincing overseas drivers - 6% Both equally - 38% Neither - 10% https://t.co/G0aA3BAFZz https://t.co/YkFjvvL6CR


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 6:43am
Despite protests at the University of Exeter over the creation and funding of a pro-life/anti-abortion student society, Britons say such societies should be allowed by 47% to 29%. https://t.co/AiA0etjMdh https://t.co/1rSh2szPVY


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 5:41am
Who thinks government spending on tackling climate change should be increased, at the expense of spending in other areas? 🇮🇹 50% 🇩🇰 45% 🇪🇸 43% 🇫🇷 42% 🇸🇪 40% 🇩🇪 37% 🇬🇧 37% https://t.co/HZGWQQp22Y https://t.co/PjDIVh3PfR


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 5:41am
Which European countries think the individual can have a big impact on tackling climate change? 🇮🇹 75% 🇫🇷 67% 🇪🇸 67% 🇩🇪 52% 🇸🇪 48% 🇬🇧 46% 🇩🇰 43% https://t.co/HZGWQQp22Y https://t.co/87bZ7IHgrS


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 5:41am
Most people in key European nations think it's unlikely COP-26 will result in any significant action in tackling climate change 🇩🇪 64% think it's unlikely 🇬🇧 62% 🇫🇷 56% 🇪🇸 55% 🇩🇰 54% 🇸🇪 51% 🇮🇹 51% https://t.co/HZGWQQp22Y https://t.co/qiuOkcvyBp


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 12 - 5:41am
Most people across key European nations are worried about climate change, ahead of COP-26 🇮🇹 84% are worried 🇫🇷 79% 🇪🇸 79% 🇩🇪 70% 🇩🇰 68% 🇸🇪 66% 🇬🇧 65% https://t.co/HZGWQQp22Y https://t.co/1fNOehUuKW


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1 week ago:   Monday Oct 11 - 1:06pm
Britons are split on what impact they think Brexit has had on other EU countries when it comes to their own membership Made them want to remain - 24% Made them want to leave - 28% No difference - 24% https://t.co/Yp6u3fXxog https://t.co/hrMyJ1fDss


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1 week ago:   Monday Oct 11 - 12:18pm
Which country, if either, poses the most threat to the UK? China - 18% Russia - 14% Both equally - 46% Neither - 7% https://t.co/gv0CKsVLro https://t.co/E4ltc2IC0p


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1 week ago:   Monday Oct 11 - 11:58am
Jeremy Vine has said he was “unnerved” when anti-vaccine campaigners came to his house to protest his reporting. Britons don't like it either: 69% say it's not acceptable to protest outside the homes of famous people https://t.co/dC7oAIu705 https://t.co/oKhHdjN7Br


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1 week ago:   Monday Oct 11 - 8:18am
Six months of consumer confidence index gains have been lost amid the fuel crisis and labour shortages, our latest analysis with @Cebr_uk shows https://t.co/HIlPWYgbRI https://t.co/sZxknPPBpz


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1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 11:28am
RT @YouGov: Ahead of #WorldMentalHealthDay we asked how many people's mental health has been harmed by the pandemic 🇹🇭 84% say has had a negative impact 🇵🇭 74% 🇻🇳 71% 🇮🇳 64% 🇨🇳 62% 🇫🇷 58% 🇬🇧 57% 🇦🇺 57% 🇸🇬 57% 🇮🇹 54% 🇦🇪 54% 🇺🇸 53% 🇪🇸 51% 🇸🇪 47% 🇩🇪 40% 🇩🇰 40% 🇸🇦 36% https://t.co/iXtd8e2ZxY https://t.co/TUycB5NlM1


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1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 11:28am
RT @YouGov: 'Back to the workplace with you!' retirement-age Britons tell their working-age counterparts % saying the govt should/not encourage people working from home back to the workplace All - 36% should /45% should not 25-49yrs - 27% / 55% 65+yrs - 47% / 36% https://t.co/MZyjcNryBL https://t.co/og4sImY28T


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1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 11:28am
RT @YouGov: Men are less likely to know someone with a mental health problem, and to say they have a mental health problem themselves Men - 54% know someone / 23% myself Women - 71% / 29% https://t.co/7eecJpCtgb #WorldMentalHealthDay https://t.co/28MsgCYoWq


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1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 11:28am
RT @YouGov: It's #WorldMentalHealthDay today. A quarter of Britons say they have a mental health problem, and 63% know someone who has one % of Brits who know one of the following people with a mental health problem Family - 35% Friend - 29% Myself - 26% Other - 15% https://t.co/7eecJpCtgb https://t.co/8BWKb2U7Fd


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1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 11:28am
RT @YouGov: Men are more likely to have misconceptions about mental health than women, including: People with MH problems perform worse at work - 👨28% / 👩18% People can just stop having MH problems - 👨14% / 👩4% MH problems are a sign of weakness - 👨11% / 👩2% https://t.co/apwjLFSIsw https://t.co/atfTF8nwM5


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1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 11:28am
RT @YouGov: Many Britons, and men in particular, hold misconceptions about mental health, including: It is impossible to prevent MH problems - 38% People with MH problems perform worse at work - 23% People can just stop having MH problems - 10% https://t.co/apwjLFSIsw #WorldMentalHealthDay https://t.co/lOnPyCPrzm


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1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 11:27am
RT @YouGov: Do people really see mental and physical health problems as equally serious? While 77% of Brits say society *should* consider the two as equally important, just 15% say that it currently does. https://t.co/of0iZbGwtR #WorldMentalHealthDay https://t.co/ZrYGIFre2J


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1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 7:49am
Younger Britons are more likely to see common mental health problems as being "very serious" than older Britons Eating disorder 18-24yr olds: 52% / 65+ yr olds: 39% Depression 49% / 42% Anxiety 31% / 22% https://t.co/of0iZbGwtR #WorldMentalHealthDay https://t.co/4SfNTSbxB8


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1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 7:48am
How serious do Britons consider individual mental health problems to be? Schizophrenia - 90% serious (60% v. serious) PTSD - 89% (48%) Depression - 89% (45%) Substance abuse - 88% (54%) Eating disorders - 87% (45%) Bipolar - 87% (44%) Anxiety - 75% (25%) https://t.co/of0iZbGwtR https://t.co/xxMtLcC3Ql


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1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 7:48am
Do people really see mental and physical health problems as equally serious? While 77% of Brits say society *should* consider the two as equally important, just 15% say that it currently does. https://t.co/of0iZbGwtR #WorldMentalHealthDay https://t.co/ZrYGIFre2J


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1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 7:36am
Men are more likely to have misconceptions about mental health than women, including: People with MH problems perform worse at work - 👨28% / 👩18% People can just stop having MH problems - 👨14% / 👩4% MH problems are a sign of weakness - 👨11% / 👩2% https://t.co/apwjLFSIsw https://t.co/atfTF8nwM5


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1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 7:36am
Many Britons, and men in particular, hold misconceptions about mental health, including: It is impossible to prevent MH problems - 38% People with MH problems perform worse at work - 23% People can just stop having MH problems - 10% https://t.co/apwjLFSIsw #WorldMentalHealthDay https://t.co/lOnPyCPrzm


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1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 7:26am
Older Britons are both less likely to know someone with a mental health problem, or to say they have a mental health problem themselves 18-24yr olds - 73% know someone / 49% myself 25-49yr olds - 66% / 31% 50-64yr olds - 65% / 24% 65+yr olds - 49% / 10% https://t.co/7eecJpCtgb https://t.co/DbbmiGFdEN


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1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 7:26am
Men are less likely to know someone with a mental health problem, and to say they have a mental health problem themselves Men - 54% know someone / 23% myself Women - 71% / 29% https://t.co/7eecJpCtgb #WorldMentalHealthDay https://t.co/28MsgCYoWq


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1 week ago:   Sunday Oct 10 - 7:26am
It's #WorldMentalHealthDay today. A quarter of Britons say they have a mental health problem, and 63% know someone who has one % of Brits who know one of the following people with a mental health problem Family - 35% Friend - 29% Myself - 26% Other - 15% https://t.co/7eecJpCtgb https://t.co/8BWKb2U7Fd


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1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 9 - 8:00am
RT @YouGov: Labour and the Tories are now tied 25%-25% for the party Britons think would be best on taxation https://t.co/DanxLgTppV https://t.co/Dj16kaDHHD


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1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 9 - 7:59am
RT @YouGov: Latest Westminster voting intention (5-6 Oct) Con: 39% (n/c from 28-29 Sep) Lab: 31% (n/c) Lib Dem: 9% (+1) Green: 9% (n/c) SNP: 6% (+1) Reform UK: 4% (n/c) https://t.co/IqGUZnbKzb https://t.co/epd0jFOwsY


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1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 9 - 7:59am
RT @YouGov: And after three weeks of protest, Insulate Britain have only made more people think they're actually hindering their own cause. 64% felt this in September, and 73% think it now https://t.co/YZwayFIZ3M https://t.co/K2IZXP5thS


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1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 9 - 7:59am
RT @YouGov: The more Insulate Britain protest, the more the public oppose them. 72% oppose their actions as of now, up from 59% when the protests first began in mid-September https://t.co/YZwayFIZ3M https://t.co/ItE99RjiUz


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1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 9 - 7:59am
RT @YouGov: Should the takeover of Newcastle United to the Saudi-Arabian backed 'Public Investment Fund' have been allowed to happen? Yes - 20% No - 40% Don't know - 40% https://t.co/Cn9YWUttJX #NUFCTakeover https://t.co/B0Mlv3s1Gu


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1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 9 - 7:59am
RT @YouGov: Of those bidding, who should be the next UK City of Culture? Cornwall - 14% County Durham - 8% Stirling - 7% Southampton - 5% Bradford - 4% Derby - 3% Wrexham County Borough - 2% Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon - 2% None - 14% Don't know - 42% https://t.co/s2ZwjsWJmZ https://t.co/hFUDPW0Lnz


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1 week ago:   Friday Oct 8 - 11:31am
Who will try to get a flu jab this winter? 65+ yr olds - 88% 50-64 yr olds - 75% General public - 61% 25-49 yr olds - 46% 18-24 yr olds - 30% https://t.co/2tHeFq6Q0z https://t.co/hHPMgw78UC


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