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11 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 12:18pm
62% of Britons support new immigration rules which could see EU citizens found rough sleeping liable for deportation from the UK https://t.co/RyQfJqnKhD https://t.co/Okdq0kE9nO


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11 hours ago:   Friday Oct 23 - 11:55am
It turns out Britons really do like to speak about the weather. Here is how often they do, exactly: Multiple times per day: 15% Once per day: 26% Few times per week: 33% Once per week: 8% Few times per month: 3% Never: 3% https://t.co/FqEEz40QPk https://t.co/dQ8BE2JAD3


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 1:04pm
Despite Boris Johnson's claims to the contrary, 60% of Brits think freeing developers from making a proportion of new homes affordable will mean fewer affordable homes being built https://t.co/nVxRYSCwtH https://t.co/3TAbTMN0FY


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 12:18pm
British businesses also expect the slowest recovery. 45% believe it will take at least a year to recover financially from coronavirus - the highest figure among the five countries surveyed https://t.co/kxyJzwMBA9 https://t.co/iSweTMYJGY


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 12:18pm
...but more support doesnโ€™t necessarily equal fewer redundancies. Half of British businesses (52%) also said they were expecting to make some before the end of the year. This number is only exceeded by Spain (59%) https://t.co/kxyJzwMBA9 https://t.co/0e7Nqjd06n


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 12:18pm
About half of businesses in Britain (48%) said they felt adequately supported *before* Rishi Sunak's new support package announcement today. This is significantly higher than in Germany (28%), Italy (28%), France (24%) and Spain (13%) https://t.co/kxyJzwMBA9 https://t.co/fcPAsk7a2n


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 11:57am
Over half of Brits (55%) back the reported police approach of issuing coronavirus fines, whereby - as a result of them being so confusing - they're only issued to those who are in "blatant" breach them https://t.co/TVfTdd34j3 https://t.co/wA26g6PYo9


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 11:22am
59% of Britons say that the two charities who received stolen money via anonymous bitcoin - and that therefore cannot be refunded - should keep the money https://t.co/2KgNphvCYP https://t.co/DAXwhmY1En


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 11:08am
A picture of David Beckham kissing his 9 year old daughter on the lips appears to have upset certain sections of the internet - but not the British public. By 51% to 29% they say there is no problem with parents kissing their young children on the lips https://t.co/aJKoey9tk4 https://t.co/XtMx2d4Rz5


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 8:52am
RT @YouGov: What counts as London, according to Londoners Croydon - 68% Barking - 65% Uxbridge - 52% Dagenham - 50% Romford - 34% Dartford - 28% Watford - 27% Slough - 15% Reading - 7% https://t.co/3xfaUqjAu2 https://t.co/XDVLRqyQSO


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 6:36am
What counts as London, according to Londoners Croydon - 68% Barking - 65% Uxbridge - 52% Dagenham - 50% Romford - 34% Dartford - 28% Watford - 27% Slough - 15% Reading - 7% https://t.co/3xfaUqjAu2 https://t.co/XDVLRqyQSO


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1 day ago:   Thursday Oct 22 - 3:42am
Conservative MPs have rejected a Labour motion calling for an extension of free school meals throughout school holidays. By 54% to 31% Britons were in support of the campaign https://t.co/0jxqUvNqGL https://t.co/YxSz7jNiCg


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 4:14pm
On the Manchester showdown, Conservatives are more likely to think Boris Johnson is playing party politics (21%) than Lab voters say of Andy Burnham (12%) https://t.co/WZTRu8en8g https://t.co/gT0CiFZW8I


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 4:14pm
Northerners, as well as Scots and Londoners, believe Andy Burnham has been motivated by Manchester's best interests. Southerners think he is motivated by party politics. All these groups hold the opposite view when it comes to Boris Johnson https://t.co/WZTRu8en8g https://t.co/NO17nMAuGK


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 4:14pm
On the Manchester showdown, Brits think Andy Burnham and Boris Johnson are driven by... Burnham: 38% interests of Manchester / 35% party politics Johnson: 33% interests of the country / 38% party politics https://t.co/WZTRu8en8g https://t.co/eWvyNoGodh


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 10:56am
Despite many businesses feeling that the government has done a poor job consulting and communicating with them, the majority (58%) still feel they are well set up for the end of the transition period https://t.co/8MmOJTYKma https://t.co/QteeX242Xo


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 10:56am
Over half of UK businesses (54%) also say the government has done a bad job of consulting businesses on the ongoing Brexit trade talks https://t.co/8MmOJTYKma https://t.co/zQH8YEp23a


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2 days ago:   Wednesday Oct 21 - 10:56am
Boris Johnson has told businesses that time is running out to prepare for Brexit, but 66% of businesses say the government has done a poor job of communicating its plans for a post-Brexit trade deal https://t.co/8MmOJTYKma https://t.co/WjrWHTgqgM


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 1:28pm
Opinion becomes more divided on whether it should be devolved governments who decide on a potential second full-scale lockdown. The Scots are hugely in favour (63% to 27%) while the English and Welsh are much less sure https://t.co/esGuzbyQHR https://t.co/bbI3mAnJub


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 1:27pm
People across England (53%), Wales (54%) and Scotland (71%) are in support of devolved governments deciding their own lockdown rules https://t.co/esGuzbyQHR https://t.co/RS5iRh1lcN


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 10:24am
And here are the top five most improved charity brands: 1.@oxfamgb 2.@RSPCA_official 3.@Battersea_ 4.@NSPCC 5.@NationalTrust https://t.co/CYWvIWD9z1 https://t.co/cXFLmJKQXN


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 10:24am
Our annual UK CharityIndex rankings highlight the best performing organisations in the third sector. The top five brands are: 1.@macmillancancer 2.@CR_UK 3.@TheBHF 4.@guidedogs 5.@RNLI https://t.co/CYWvIWD9z1 https://t.co/ADbRba2TT6


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 10:19am
RT @YouGov: With Sweden adopting a unique approach to tackling coronavirus, many people keep drawing comparisons between the country and others. We've compiled a case study on public opinion around COVID-19 in Sweden to highlight what Swedes think https://t.co/9UyyZ2CbpL

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3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 8:16am
Swedes are also among the least likely to be practicing common protective measures against COVID-19 Wearing a mask - 9% Avoiding tourists - 32% Not touching public objects - 46% Improved hygiene - 56% Avoiding crowded places - 58% https://t.co/9UyyZ2CbpL https://t.co/WxxtEaXlQt


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 8:16am
Swedes are the second least fearful of catching COVID-19 of 22 countries we studied since late September, with only 41% very/somewhat scared they will contract the disease https://t.co/9UyyZ2CbpL https://t.co/IstSIneTPu


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 8:16am
Govt handling may not be the right measure to judge Sweden on - uniquely the country's public health body has control over the nation's response (as opposed to govt ministers). And Swedes' views of the health authorities are more positive than of the govt https://t.co/9UyyZ2CbpL https://t.co/JU9aHimKTu


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 8:16am
A majority of Swedes (54%) think the government is handling COVID-19 well, a figure lower than in neighbouring countries, but better than key Western nations ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ฐ 77% ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ด 75% ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช 65% ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ฎ 65% ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น 61% ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ช 54% ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ 33% ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง 32% ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ 32% ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท 29% https://t.co/9UyyZ2CbpL https://t.co/jJetGfXnKj


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 8:16am
While Sweden has one of the highest COVID death rates per capita, this does not mean the nation's approach is unpopular. The figure most centrally connected with the approach - state epidemiologist Anders Tegnell - has a +41 net approval rating https://t.co/9UyyZ2CbpL https://t.co/flrNZnLWsS


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 8:16am
With Sweden adopting a unique approach to tackling coronavirus, many people keep drawing comparisons between the country and others. We've compiled a case study on public opinion around COVID-19 in Sweden to highlight what Swedes think https://t.co/9UyyZ2CbpL

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3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 8:10am
RT @YouGovAmerica: Here are the latest results from our 2020 presidential election model: ELECTORAL COLLEGE Biden 356 / Trump 182 POPULAR VOTE Biden 53.2% / Trump 44.7% Check out the interactive map for state-level results and more at https://t.co/5xQeQUaklG https://t.co/MLy5Bw1DFq


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3 days ago:   Tuesday Oct 20 - 3:54am
RT @YouGov: By 47% to 35% Britons say the UK government should immediately introduce stricter lockdown measures on regions that currently are refusing them, rather than continuing to try to reach an agreement https://t.co/y1lb2dFbEY https://t.co/e8TLn7Sp8u


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4 days ago:   Monday Oct 19 - 12:05pm
RT @YouGov: Britons rank schools, nurseries and universities as top priorities to remain open in a second national lockdown, whilst pubs come last among the ten types of establishments we asked about https://t.co/8cicBxoXFI https://t.co/YEbjt3PDYv


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4 days ago:   Monday Oct 19 - 11:59am
Britons think the UK is set to have less influence on global politics over the next 5-10 years than it does currently: More influence: 10% Less influence: 45% No difference: 25% https://t.co/bPTl8N98OD https://t.co/njgwbfreHL


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4 days ago:   Monday Oct 19 - 11:54am
By 47% to 35% Britons say the UK government should immediately introduce stricter lockdown measures on regions that currently are refusing them, rather than continuing to try to reach an agreement https://t.co/y1lb2dFbEY https://t.co/e8TLn7Sp8u


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4 days ago:   Monday Oct 19 - 11:08am
Under Tier 2 couples living apart are banned from having sex indoors... but it doesn't mean they can't have sex outside! 33% of Brits are comfortable with the idea of having sex in the great outdoors, including 49% of men but only 17% of women https://t.co/LuLkzQ54IZ https://t.co/gxfuxD8dwU


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4 days ago:   Monday Oct 19 - 7:22am
If you're following the 2020 US presidential election give @YouGovAmerica a follow for our polls on the race https://t.co/nqLb8bzjcJ https://t.co/beSGcKsnz2


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4 days ago:   Monday Oct 19 - 5:13am
Britons rank schools, nurseries and universities as top priorities to remain open in a second national lockdown, whilst pubs come last among the ten types of establishments we asked about https://t.co/8cicBxoXFI https://t.co/YEbjt3PDYv


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1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 2:43pm
Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? Keir Starmer - 35% Boris Johnson - 29% Don't know -33% https://t.co/rBMWO8f1hK https://t.co/n6sKtPOMvp


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1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 2:43pm
Latest Westminster voting intention (14-15 Oct) Con - 39% Lab - 38% Lib Dem - 6% Green - 6% Brexit Party - 5% SNP - 5% https://t.co/rBMWO8f1hK https://t.co/CfjAhdq65a


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1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 11:48am
Who should be fined in the case of a London wedding that breached coronavirus rules by hosting 100 guests when the limit is 15? The venue owner - 76% Bride and groom - 68% The guests - 51% No-one - 9% https://t.co/jiL2DztSVG https://t.co/3Z3wtp1U8g


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1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 11:37am
By 51% to 26% Brits say the North West is being fairly treated when it comes to coronavirus restrictions, amid Greater Manchester mayor Andy Burnham saying the region had been treated with contempt by the government. https://t.co/5xGK5eJMRV https://t.co/iQcQYbExvh


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1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 11:33am
By 54% to 31% Britons back @MarcusRashford's campaign for schools to provide food during non-term times to students currently receiving free school meals https://t.co/0jxqUvNqGL https://t.co/sPEO3Zx10S


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1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 10:48am
Most Brits (57%) want the government to build large numbers of homes on a national level, but are more likely to oppose it happening locally to them (49% to 40%) https://t.co/DKfLVJxid9 https://t.co/9fhikojrXi


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1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 10:48am
The Government's planning reforms aim to cut red tape, but many Brits want a stricter planning system, with Conservative voters (43%) the most likely to say so https://t.co/DKfLVJxid9 https://t.co/DZMlv7KaNC


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1 week ago:   Friday Oct 16 - 5:20am
Fans of the Premier League are narrowly in support of players continuing to kneel in support of BLM into the new season: - 49% Approve - 41% Disapprove https://t.co/qZcKjTgL9K https://t.co/Q5b8E3ehsW


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1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 11:22am
How clear Britons are on how the new coronavirus tier system works: Very clear: 10% Fairly clear: 44% Not very clear: 27% Not clear at all: 15% https://t.co/ih4Uzczm7N https://t.co/W0U4Web3tn


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1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 11:16am
73% of Britons - and 64% of Londoners - support the capital moving from Tier 1 to Tier 2 coronavirus restrictions - meaning no household mixing indoors, and the rule of six applying outdoors https://t.co/kIQaA0Huo7 https://t.co/WAxK56WfDB


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1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 10:56am
How do you pronounce David Bowieโ€™s surname...? BOW-ee: 73% BOH-ee: 20% BOO-ee: 2% https://t.co/k4llN7Wl5l https://t.co/iAwMKlC6Ew


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1 week ago:   Thursday Oct 15 - 5:38am
Who do people in Asia-Pacific want to win the US presidential election? TRUMP ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ผ Taiwan - 42%/30% BIDEN ๐Ÿ‡ญ๐Ÿ‡ฐ Hong Kong - 42%/36% ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ญ Philippines - 47/24 ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ญ Thailand - 59/14 ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ Australia - 60/21 ๐Ÿ‡ฒ๐Ÿ‡พ Malaysia - 62/9 ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ฉ Indonesia - 63/12 ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฌ Singapore - 66/12 https://t.co/85y3M0oqxv https://t.co/qFlAkIsFzM


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 11:53am
HS2 building costs have risen again, less than two months after construction began. Britons continue to oppose the project, with numbers today showing they're against it by 40% to 31% https://t.co/NTuphxczeC https://t.co/G52C7OhFfI


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 11:02am
68% of Britons say they would support a two-week nation-wide "circuit breaker" lockdown at the start of the school half term later this month https://t.co/YEVN7i735f https://t.co/l8JFT22eUS


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1 week ago:   Wednesday Oct 14 - 4:13am
With the Speaker warning MPs to stay away from the House of Commons due to coronavirus, a YouGov poll in June found that only 12% of Brits ever backed Jacob Rees Mogg's argument that MPs should still be voting in person https://t.co/Mc5nuWxLfT https://t.co/flbiMl171t


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 13 - 12:05pm
As coronavirus continues to highlight societal inequality, 71% of Britons say the North of England is worse off economically than the South. This rises to 83% among Northerners https://t.co/xnedsQHY3O https://t.co/kvwa26dwqv


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 13 - 11:50am
Brits on whether they are more fight or flight when feeling they are in danger: Fight: 34% Flight: 45% https://t.co/5GaoHWsWxs https://t.co/YBFAFeWZRV


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 13 - 11:31am
By 54% to 28% Brits say the government should have taken the advice of Sage - their scientific advisers - who recommended in September that there should have been a three week national lockdown https://t.co/mz91ifQLAo https://t.co/UQFEQhxrzj


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 13 - 7:34am
The unemployment rate has hit its highest level in three years. Last month, 52% of businesses told us they expect to let staff go by the end of the year; 20% said they could lose a fifth of staff or more https://t.co/rCvj1xdELj https://t.co/aIb0M6JM8S


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1 week ago:   Tuesday Oct 13 - 3:31am
RT @YouGov: SNAP POLL: 64% of Britons think the government does not have a clear plan on how to tackle the pandemic, following Boris Johnsonโ€™s statement on new coronavirus measures By 45% to 37% Conservative voters say the same https://t.co/lOSahHK6Ap https://t.co/bsbFJeFm1I


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1 week ago:   Monday Oct 12 - 3:37pm
57% of Britons say itโ€™s right, however, that the new rules are different from one local area to another, depending on case rates 31% say they should be the same across the whole of each country in the UK https://t.co/roCAZWORNp https://t.co/2EVdEg4Woc


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1 week ago:   Monday Oct 12 - 3:37pm
โ€ฆBrits also tend to think the new measures should be stronger. 40% say they don't go far enough 19% say they are about right 15% say they go to far https://t.co/SO0loPUwFB https://t.co/dYp2QzpAOe


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1 week ago:   Monday Oct 12 - 3:37pm
SNAP POLL: 64% of Britons think the government does not have a clear plan on how to tackle the pandemic, following Boris Johnsonโ€™s statement on new coronavirus measures By 45% to 37% Conservative voters say the same https://t.co/lOSahHK6Ap https://t.co/bsbFJeFm1I


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1 week ago:   Monday Oct 12 - 1:45pm
RT @YouGov: Who Britons hold most responsible for the rise in coronavirus cases over the last month: The public: 53% The government: 28% https://t.co/6QuzZDVQ3z https://t.co/qqb3AzpTHE


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1 week ago:   Monday Oct 12 - 12:37pm
Britons on whether the government are doing enough to support businesses and jobs impacted by the pandemic: Doing enough: 38% Not doing enough: 41% Doing too much: 5% https://t.co/EmsrxBjWSE https://t.co/t1OnbiwsCC


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1 week ago:   Monday Oct 12 - 11:56am
Who Britons hold most responsible for the rise in coronavirus cases over the last month: The public: 53% The government: 28% https://t.co/6QuzZDVQ3z https://t.co/qqb3AzpTHE


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1 week ago:   Monday Oct 12 - 8:07am
RT @YouGovAmerica: Here are the latest results from our 2020 presidential election model: ELECTORAL COLLEGE Biden 363 / Trump 175 POPULAR VOTE Biden 53.3% / Trump 44.6% Check out the interactive map for state-level results and more at https://t.co/5xQeQUaklG https://t.co/xbaLMdwxeN


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1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 10 - 2:36pm
Microsoft has told staff that they will have the option of working from home permanently, with manager approval. We found last month that 57% of workers want to be able to continue working from home after the coronavirus crisis ends https://t.co/syzfOzOltX https://t.co/5hRmKHvCu4


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1 week ago:   Saturday Oct 10 - 11:24am
RT @YouGov: Over four in ten Brits (44%) say the pandemic has had a negative impact on their mental health. This rises to 53% among 18-24 year olds https://t.co/GMSaflhT9t #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek https://t.co/XC2wLzA4uh


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 1:33pm
A Republican Congressman is campaigning for Harry and Meghan to be stripped of their royal titles on the basis of them interfering with the US election. By 48% to 27% Britons are also of the opinion that the couple should have their titles removed https://t.co/FFqZSYqrUo https://t.co/5LKTPpRLVh


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 12:03pm
65% of Britons say they would support a fortnight long 'circuit breaker' lockdown, that would see the closing or regulating of pubs, bars, restaurants and leisure facilities, with socialising between households banned https://t.co/GNTc3dPqWg https://t.co/fxwPJn7gd2


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 11:37am
Over four in ten Brits (44%) say the pandemic has had a negative impact on their mental health. This rises to 53% among 18-24 year olds https://t.co/GMSaflhT9t #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek https://t.co/XC2wLzA4uh


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 9:53am
Over a quarter (27%) of businesses say they are still receiving direct financial support from the government, while around one in three (31%) say that they have claimed support before but are no longer doing so https://t.co/rCvj1xdELj https://t.co/aizvNA7MMN


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 9:53am
Half of businesses (52%) expect to let some staff go by the end of the year. This rises to 71% for those who are currently receiving government support https://t.co/rCvj1xdELj https://t.co/e79jtcSuxH


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 9:53am
45% of businesses say they expect it to take over a year to recover financially from COVID-19 - 24% expect it to take at least two years to recover https://t.co/rCvj1xdELj https://t.co/PD7RnlgRsn


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 9:53am
50% of businesses say the Government has either not provided enough (42%) or not provided any (8%) support to them, ahead of Rishi Sunak's new job support package announcement https://t.co/rCvj1xdELj https://t.co/Pa9REXMhkP


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 8:19am
Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? Keir Starmer - 33% Boris Johnson - 29% Don't know - 35% https://t.co/YyzNTnaf8V https://t.co/buBztiSjHs


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 8:18am
Latest Westminster voting intention (6-7 Oct) Con - 41% Lab - 38% Lib Dem - 5% Green - 6% SNP - 5% Brexit Party - 3% https://t.co/YyzNTmSDKl https://t.co/weUE38Jdyq


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2 weeks ago:   Friday Oct 9 - 8:16am
Nicola Sturgeon has proclaimed Jaffa Cakes to be biscuits. The public are largely with the First Minister on this one, by 51% vs 38% who consider them cakes. Scots in particular come down on the biscuit side of the argument (60% vs 33%) https://t.co/XowBgsPGqq https://t.co/5M8OdJQqBB


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 8 - 11:56am
RT @YouGov: Who Britons want to win the US presidential election All - Biden 61% / Trump 13% Con - Biden 45% / Trump 26% Lab - Biden 82% / Trump 2% Lib Dem - Biden 91% / Trump 3% Remain - Biden 82% / Trump 4% Leave - Biden 45% / Trump 25% https://t.co/zZnG0XaruH https://t.co/61jhRk1rs0


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 8 - 11:56am
73% of Brits support the call made by an MP to increase the minimum legal age to get married to 18 https://t.co/sD9mJdizOL https://t.co/761ulztKOL


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 8 - 11:41am
Brits on how much sympathy they have for the UK government regarding their handling of coronavirus: ย  A lot/fair amount: 44% Not much/none : 52% https://t.co/Bjk3JhLhom https://t.co/KImyjnHYIo


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 8 - 11:34am
By 40% to 34%, a plurality of Brits think the Labour party is doing a bad job at holding the government accountable for its handling of Covid-19 https://t.co/DFjUG3By24 https://t.co/TvCYTCHjIE


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 8 - 6:59am
Who Britons want to win the US presidential election All - Biden 61% / Trump 13% Con - Biden 45% / Trump 26% Lab - Biden 82% / Trump 2% Lib Dem - Biden 91% / Trump 3% Remain - Biden 82% / Trump 4% Leave - Biden 45% / Trump 25% https://t.co/zZnG0XaruH https://t.co/61jhRk1rs0


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 8 - 6:11am
RT @YouGov: Europe wants Joe Biden to win the US election ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ฐ - Biden 80% / Trump 6% ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช - Biden 71% / Trump 11% ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ - Biden 69% / Trump 16% ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ช - Biden 65% / Trump 18% ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท - Biden 64% / Trump 14% ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง - Biden 61% / Trump 13% ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น - Biden 58% / Trump 20% https://t.co/zZnG0XaruH https://t.co/LOPNgfNpUc


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 8 - 3:50am
Europeans overwhelmingly think Donald Trump has been a "poor" or "terrible" president (60-81%) When it comes to Joe Biden, the most common answer is either that he would be "average" (27-55%) or that they don't know (21-45%) Countries: ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ฐ https://t.co/zZnG0XaruH https://t.co/c61YVWm25q


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 8 - 3:46am
Just 2-11% of Europeans think the US elections will be "completely free and fair" Completely free and fair: 2-11% Mostly free and fair: 23-37% Mostly won't be very free and fair: 28-36% Won't be free and fair at all: 8-20% Countries: ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ฐ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ช https://t.co/zZnG0XaruH https://t.co/XTBGQonUrD


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2 weeks ago:   Thursday Oct 8 - 3:42am
Europe wants Joe Biden to win the US election ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ฐ - Biden 80% / Trump 6% ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ช - Biden 71% / Trump 11% ๐Ÿ‡ช๐Ÿ‡ธ - Biden 69% / Trump 16% ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ช - Biden 65% / Trump 18% ๐Ÿ‡ซ๐Ÿ‡ท - Biden 64% / Trump 14% ๐Ÿ‡ฌ๐Ÿ‡ง - Biden 61% / Trump 13% ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡น - Biden 58% / Trump 20% https://t.co/zZnG0XaruH https://t.co/LOPNgfNpUc


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 7 - 12:54pm
Rushi Sunak has encouraged people whose job is currently unsustainable to adapt and look for new work. 53% of Brits say that such people should be supported in their current jobs so they can return to them after the pandemic is over https://t.co/dkWuwrZyy8 https://t.co/rgC61uEqMm


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 7 - 12:39pm
% of Britons that are worried about either becoming seriously unwell or dying from coronavirus by age: 18-24: 32% 25-49: 34% 50-65: 49% 65+ 59% https://t.co/iCsIYGBliG https://t.co/tyt3mJfrED


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 7 - 12:39pm
Britons on whether they're worried about either becoming seriously unwell or dying from coronavirus: Worried: 43% Not worried: 52% https://t.co/iCsIYGBliG https://t.co/odPZi0MtEt


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 7 - 12:23pm
Britons on lifting coronavirus restrictions for younger people, while keeping them in place for older or more vulnerable people: Support: 32% Oppose: 56% https://t.co/5RHroyfPrg https://t.co/W8bUBHKmID


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 7 - 6:47am
When it comes to a new asylum processing centre however, Brits are more likely to oppose than support the discussed alternatives. % that oppose using... Unused oil platforms: 51% A Scottish island: 49% An overseas territory: 48% Disused boats: 44% https://t.co/AkP9xmtJrw https://t.co/nQNrUEcRVK


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2 weeks ago:   Wednesday Oct 7 - 6:47am
64% of Britons think the current system for handling applications for asylum seekers into the UK works badly https://t.co/AkP9xmtJrw https://t.co/dZOpuz08WK


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 6 - 11:58am
With Donald Trump's doctors facing criticism for avoiding certain questions about the President's health, 69% of Brits say that when a leader of a country falls ill, the public have a right to know about their full condition https://t.co/5xDcHDNt81 https://t.co/FzYbowBPRl


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 6 - 11:55am
When it comes to reducing carbon emissions, Britons think the government are doing... Not enough: 51% The right amount: 27% Too much: 5% https://t.co/JsMEhOy96v https://t.co/8r1MzFLide


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 6 - 11:20am
69% of Britons think the UK government have handled coronavirus testing badly. Asides from a brief reprieve at the beginning of May, a comfortable majority have always been of this opinion https://t.co/NvmvjB0ZLn https://t.co/voKEOqUBaG


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 6 - 3:10am
Similarly, 68% of Britons want to see the UK get more of its power from offshore wind https://t.co/rmtYFhChXZ https://t.co/b15DwnAUDP


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2 weeks ago:   Tuesday Oct 6 - 3:06am
With the government investing in new offshore wind, here's how many people have a favourable view of various energy types... Solar - 86% Offshore wind - 81% Hydro - 80% Onshore wind - 76% Gas - 40% Nuclear - 33% Oil - 23% Coal - 20% Shale gas - 14% https://t.co/rmtYFhChXZ https://t.co/MXStntQ95g


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Oct 5 - 11:54am
By 49% to 36% Britons oppose the idea of lifting coronavirus restrictions for Christmas day. All age groups are more likely to oppose than support the idea https://t.co/YdIXKA4bEc https://t.co/t2sOY6GCUW


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Oct 5 - 11:43am
Over half of Brits (53%) back the calls being made by mental health experts to put an age-restriction on body and face-editing apps in order to better protect the mental and physical well-being of young people https://t.co/IlAIEHEUaL https://t.co/yYrTxLqBK9


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Oct 5 - 11:29am
66% of Britons agree with Keir Starmer's claim that the government have lost control over coronavirus. This is also the case among 46% of Conservative voters https://t.co/CiTTAKlvxt https://t.co/iFX7AMLg8S


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2 weeks ago:   Monday Oct 5 - 11:14am
RT @YouGovAmerica: Here are the latest results from our 2020 presidential election model: ELECTORAL COLLEGE Biden 343 / Trump 195 POPULAR VOTE Biden 52.7% / Trump 45.2% Check out the interactive map for state-level results and more at https://t.co/5xQeQUaklG https://t.co/8ZEUu0NmXO


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