Majority of Brits also think the Government is doing a bad job when it comes to the economy
A new YouGov Profiles study compares Brits who prefer fresh foods, and those who opt for frozen
British businesses are the most likely to feel adequately supported among the large European economies – but their outlook is also the most pessimistic
Ken Livingstone had previously suggested the capital could expand further into Kent, Surrey and Hertfordshire
The confrontation lasting several days between Boris Johnson and Andy Burnham produced a most unusual spectacle: a British prime minister forced to stand eyeball to eyeball with a ‘mere’ city mayor.
Thanks to an increased demand for pets during lockdown, Pets at Home have reported glowing results this quarter.
The public are not convinced by the Government’s position that freeing some developers from making a proportion of new homes affordable will lead to more building
Business decision makers say they are well-prepared for Brexit but believe the government has done a “poor job” of consulting and communicating on its plans
People in England, Wales and Scotland also support allowing local restrictions for areas where the virus is more prevalent
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We compare the country using YouGov’s COVID-19 trackers
YouGov's 2020 CharityIndex Rankings have been released, and Macmillan have taken the top spot.
It’s hard to look ahead and not feel foreboding about where the coronavirus pandemic is taking us.
The public also rank universities and restaurants as top priorities to remain open while pubs come last among the ten types of establishments we asked about
The amendments to the handball rule have not gone down well with fans in the opening weeks of the Premier League season
Latest YouGov Westminster voting intention figures
Brits are generally in favour of building more homes – just not in their area – and this is especially true of Conservative voters
Fans are nearly split over the issue, but lean more towards approval of the gesture
The coronavirus outbreak has made consumers more open to buying toiletries online and has impacted personal grooming habits
People who feel especially strongly about personalised ads are generally more distrustful and have a more negative outlook on technology