More than half of respondents are opposed to public demonstrations against the London 2012 Olympic Games.
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Ed Miliband gains three points on approval, as David Cameron’s numbers remain stagnant.
People in the two countries think Barack Obama’s tenure as U.S. President has been beneficial.
Men are definitely more likely than women to support a move towards decriminalisation.
More than half of respondents say the Coalition has accomplished little and has performed worse than they expected.
Supporters of two London football teams—Tottenham and Chelsea—are not that keen on backing the Blues.
Across Britain, 52 per cent believe the recent strikes from public sector workers are justified.
Almost half of respondents say the punishment for a student who incited racial hatred on Twitter was adequate.
The fact that republicanist sentiment would subside under William cannot be taken lightly.
More than half of respondents expect employment and economic activity to worsen in the next year.