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Public Opinion

Brexit worries start to focus on NHS

UK voters are getting more concerned about what leaving the EU would do to standards of healthcare, finds Kantar Public

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1.5 million people destitute in UK during 2017

Research powered by Kantar Public finds that 1 in 50 Brits could not afford basics in the previous month.

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Kantar UK Political Pulse

With the Kantar Pulse, you can see which politicians are being talked about most on Twitter, in real time

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39% of Brits would stop using cash for payments

A Kantar TNS survey has revealed that young people in particular are prepared to embrace new ways of paying.

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Data shows awareness of GDPR is low amongst consumers

Kantar also finds that two fifths of customers are unwilling to share personal data, but brands should see the GDPR as an opportunity.

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'Fake news' reinforces trust in mainstream news brands

Our ‘Trust in News’ survey shows that mainstream news still has a good reputation but ‘fake news’ has hit the reputation of social media sources.

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From The Archive

New Brexit Barometer from Kantar Public reveals broad dissatisfaction with government performance in Brexit negotiations.
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Research from Kantar Public shows that those who say they would turn out to vote are more likely to vote Conservative.
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Can polling help us make sense of new fragments in UK society? Part of our #FragmentNation series.
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A Lightspeed survey has found that over a third of the UK believe there are extra-terrestrials out there...
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Latest Stories

This week sees the annual weigh-in at London Zoo, the start of Notting Hill Carnival and GCSE results released. What else is happening?

UK voters are getting more concerned about what leaving the EU would do to standards of healthcare, finds Kantar Public

Many people may not even have the means to play them, but vinyl records are still pretty popular, says Kantar data.

As well as being English Curry Week, this week sees students receive their A-Level results.

Kantar Worldpanel data shows that the breakfast category is back in growth once again, with eggs and cereal rising in popularity.

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