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ICM Unlimited conducted nationally representative polling into public attitudes on social cohesion for the launch of the /Together campaign.

More information about the /Together campaign can be found on the Together website and on the British Future website.

The poll found that six in ten adults in Britain agree that “overall, the public’s response to the coronavirus crisis has shown the unity of our society more than its divides” (60%).

The above finding was covered widely in the British media, including in the following articles:

Call for final national clap on NHS’s 72nd birthday‘, The Guardian

Britain to come Together for big THANK YOU! Huge commemoration on birthday of NHS‘, The Express

As UK lockdowns ease, fears grow of return to pre-pandemic crime and pollution levels‘, The Guardian

The data tables can be found here: ICM Omnibus – British Future – Together Campaign Polling – Tables

The poll was commissioned by British Future and carried out by ICM Unlimited. ICM interviewed a representative sample of 2,010 GB adults (18+) between 29 May and 01 June 2020. The data has been weighted to the profile of all adults aged 18+ in Great Britain and is weighted by age, gender, region, social grade, household tenure, work status, and ethnicity. The data is also weighted by 2019 general election vote and 2016 EU referendum vote.

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