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The government has announced that it is scrapping its plans to introduce a 'porn block'. The policy was popular - 67% of Brits supported it - but only 34% thought it would actually work

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With Extinction Rebellion now targeting the London Underground, we found this week that the public remain as opposed to their recent protests as when they began: 15th Oct: 54% oppose / 36% support 7th Oct: 53% oppose / 37% support

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Which of the following do you think would make the best Prime Minister? Boris Johnson - 43% Jeremy Corbyn - 21% Don't know - 32%

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It's #WorldFoodDay  today! When we asked people in 24 countries which nations' cuisines they liked, the 5 most popular were: - 84% - 78% - 71% - 70% - 70%

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Here in Britain, the 5 most liked national cuisines are... - 91% - 91% - 86% - 84% - 80% #WorldFoodDay 

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The BBC recently released a video exploring why cats 'miaow', with their choice of spelling proving controversial. Here is how Brits spell the noise: Meow - 67% Miaow - 27%

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Most Brits (57%) think it's unlikely that MPs will pass the new Brexit deal struck between the UK government and the EU (answered before Jean-Claude Juncker's comments about there being no further Brexit extensions)

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SNAP POLL: By 47% to 27% Brits say it is unacceptable for the government to suspend Parliament in the run up to Brexit

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Half of Americans wouldn’t be able to tell that a Briton is calling them an idiot, finds our new study on British subtext What does "with the greatest respect" mean? "I think you are an idiot": 68% / 40% "I am listening to you": 24% / 49%

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One in eight men (12%) say they could win a point in a game of tennis against 23 time grand slam winner Serena Williams

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So committed to Brexit are members of the Conservative and Unionist Party that they would be willing to see Scotland (63%) and Northern Ireland (59%) leave the UK in order to secure it.

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No, most Labour voters are not working class Leavers - only 15% of 2017 Labour voters are. Almost half (46%) of Labour voters are middle class Remainers, as are 61% of Labour party members

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Theresa May reiterated her ultimatum to MPs this morning: my deal, no deal or no Brexit. Now a new YouGov MRP model has put that same dilemma to the public. On first preference, Remain wins in 600 constituencies…

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Theresa May's net favourability score plummets to -34 - about the level Corbyn was on in November

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