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Politics

Brexit Barometer December: Public mood worsening

As Prime Minister May’s withdrawal agreement heads to parliamentary vote, the public is getting more concerned about the impact of Brexit.

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How do people feel about women in power?

Launch of the Reykjavik Index for Leadership: a powerful new measure of perceptions of equality for women and men in leadership

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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

More than half of British public want a customs union to be part of the Brexit agreement

November's Brexit Barometer from Kantar Public shows how the UK is currently feeling about leaving the EU.

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Brexit Barometer: 'Remain' not increasing its lead

Research from Kantar Public UK shows the latest perceptions around Brexit from the UK voting public.

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From The Archive

The latest research from Kantar Public shows that nearly two thirds of the UK believe the government is handling Brexit negotations poorly.
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UK voters are getting more concerned about what leaving the EU would do to standards of healthcare, finds Kantar Public
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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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