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71% of Britons support people being required to show proof of double vaccination in order to get into nightclubs How this breaks down by age... 18-24 year olds: 57% support 25-49s: 63% 50-64s: 74% 65+: 90%

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% of English people who would usually go to these venues/events that feel comfortable returning now restrictions on them have lifted Nightclubs - 24% comfortable Large indoor events - 37% Large outdoor events - 56% Weddings - 61%

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Home or Rome? The Italians are more confident of victory heading into the #EURO2020  final... England fans think: 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 win - 41% IT win - 34% Italian fans think: IT win - 53% 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 win - 18%

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Half of Brits wouldn't want to take a trip to the moon, even if their safety were guaranteed. The top reasons: Not interested - 23% Not enough to see/do - 11% Rather visit other places on Earth - 10% "No point" - 9% Reject guaranteed safety premise - 9%

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How interested Britons are in reading Prince Harry’s memoirs: Very/fairly interested: 14% Not very/not at all: 82%

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Willingness to take COVID-19 vaccine, and percentage change since YouGov first asked AE 94% (+31) GB 93% (+20) SA 92% (+50) ES 92% (+39) SG 91% (+37) MY 90% (+26) IT 85% (+33) PH 82% (+30) ID 82% (+22) DE 80% (+29) FR 80% (+48) US 71% (+29) TH 70% (-11)

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Over a third of Brits (36%) say they've experienced food shortages in their local shop or supermarket, as the 'pingdemic' puts the country's food supply under strain

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The majority of Britons say face masks should continue to be mandatory on both public transport (71%), as well as in shops and some enclosed public spaces (66%) beyond when restrictions are lifted

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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%

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The UK government now has the joint-lowest approval rating worldwide for how they have managed coronavirus ?? +95 ?? +87 ?? +87 ?? +78 ?? +73 ?? +67 ?? +64 ?? +61 ?? +58 ?? +56 ?? +46 ?? +36 ?? +31 ?? +19 ?? +18 ?? -2 ?? -4 ?? -9 ?? -12 ?? -15 ?? -15

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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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Almost half of Britons (49%) say they have little (22%) to no sympathy (27%) for the migrants who have been crossing the channel from France to England

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No, Boris Johnson catching coronavirus did not prompt a surge of support for the government. The surge had already taken place by 23 March - 4 days before the PM announced he had COVID-19

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