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YouGov 17h
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58% of Leave voters say that France should be solely responsible for the costs of dealing with migrants travelling across the channel to the UK. 22% of Remain voters are of the same opinion
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YouGov 17h
Who Britons think should pay for the costs of dealing with migrants travelling across the channel from France to the UK: 🇫🇷: 38% 🇬🇧: 7% 🇫🇷 + 🇬🇧: 45%
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YouGov 17h
A quarter of Brits (24%) have participated in the "Eat Out to Help Out” scheme so far. 56% say they intend to between now and before it ends: 22% will do so again, 34% for the first time
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It's a scorcher today, so here's your summer reminder of Britons' top 5 favourite ice lollies: 1. Magnum - 28% 2. Fab - 8% 3. Solero - 8% 4. Twister - 7% 5. Feast - 6%
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YouGov Aug 7
Who'd've thought our top ice lollies list could be so controversial? Many of you disputed that some of these are actually ice lollies so we put that theory to the nation. 59% of Brits say a Magnum is NOT an ice lolly and they're on the fence about Feasts
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YouGov Aug 7
Andrew Bailey has backed the government's decision to end the furlough scheme in October. Here is when Britons think it should end: Beyond October: 33% October: 32% Before October: 13%
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YouGov Aug 7
What do Brits count as an ice lolly? Is NOT an ice lolly Magnum – 59% Cornetto – 87% IS an ice lolly Fruit Pastille – 97% Lemonade – 96% Fab – 92% Calippo – 86% Twister – 82% Solero – 74% Brits are on the fence about Feasts, splitting 50/47 in favour
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YouGov Aug 7
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This means the Magnum is in the unusual position of romping home to victory in our 'favourite ice lollies' contest despite most of the country saying it's not even an ice lolly. Top 5 favourite ice lollies Magnum 28% Fab 8% Solero 8% Twister 7% Feast 6%
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YouGov Aug 7
What do Brits count as an ice lolly? Is NOT an ice lolly Magnum – 59% Cornetto – 87% IS an ice lolly Fruit Pastille – 97% Lemonade – 96% Fab – 92% Calippo – 86% Twister – 82% Solero – 74% Brits are on the fence about Feasts, splitting 50/47 in favour
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YouGov Aug 7
Who'd've thought our top ice lollies list could be so controversial? Many of you disputed that some of these are actually ice lollies so we put that theory to the nation. 59% of Brits say a Magnum is NOT an ice lolly and they're on the fence about Feasts
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YouGov Aug 7
The pandemic has prompted Brits looking to buy a new home within the next year to re-evaluate their priorities. Features that are now more important to them: Garden: 32% Home office space: 29% Near parks: 26% Area with few people: 15% Balcony/terrace: 14%
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YouGov Aug 6
Travellers returning from Belgium, the Bahamas and Andorra will have to quarantine, the govt has announced. Many will regret going at all: 70% of British travellers told us they'd rather cancel their holiday than have to quarantine when they get back
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YouGov Aug 6
Thinking about the scientific advice the UK government received in regards to the pandemic, do you think the advice... - Forced them into their approach: 35% (-7 since 11th May) - Allowed for different approaches: 37% (+4)
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YouGov Aug 6
How Britons are feeling about the Brexit negotiations thus far: Worried: 27% Indifferent: 21% Angry: 13% Happy: 9% Reassured: 7% None of the above: 8%
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YouGov Aug 6
By a landslide (54% to 15%) Britons would prefer to see Joe Biden win the upcoming US Presidential election over Donald Trump. Only 14%, however, say they know anything about his political views
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YouGov Aug 6
It has been announced that England’s first wild beavers for 400 years have been given the right to remain in their Devon home. We previously found that 62% of Brits would support their reintroduction, ranking them highly among other lost species
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YouGov Aug 6
The large majority of European travellers would rather cancel their holiday than have to go into quarantine when they got back. Even having to wear a mask abroad would put many off
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YouGov Aug 5
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Men (15%) are twice as likely as women (7%) to say that pubs should take precedence over schools, should only one or the other be allowed to stay open
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YouGov Aug 5
If the coronavirus risk meant the government was only able to allow one of the following to open, which do you think it should be…? Schools: 78% Pubs: 11%
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YouGov Aug 5
How Britons think the government have handled the overall easing of lockdown: Handed well: 37% Handled badly: 57%
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