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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
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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
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Three quarters of Brits (74%) support the decision for drivers caught not wearing a seat belt to face getting points put on their licence
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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
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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)
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YouGov Jul 18
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 (-)
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YouGov Jul 18
Which would you rather hear first..? The good news: 18% The bad news: 67%
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YouGov Jul 18
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
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YouGov Jul 18
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
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YouGov Jul 18
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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
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YouGov Jul 18
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%
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YouGov Jul 18
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
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YouGov Jul 18
Latest Westminster voting intention (16-17 July) Con - 25% Lab - 21% Lib Dem - 20% Brexit Party - 19% Green - 8%
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YouGov Jul 18
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 (-)
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YouGov Jul 18
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.
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YouGov Jul 17
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%
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YouGov Jul 17
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
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YouGov Jul 17
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
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YouGov Jul 17
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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
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YouGov Jul 17
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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.
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