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Survey Reveals the Books Britons Love Most

13th September 2011 16:34

A poll of more than 6,000 Britons for World Book Night has uncovered the nation’s best-loved books, with Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird topping the list. The World Book Night survey asked people to submit the top 10 titles they most love to… Read more...

Poll Discovers UK Kids Have Good Tech Skills but Alarming Gaps in Mundane Tasks

2nd September 2011 18:52

A survey by Kelkoo, which posed a wide range of questions to 1,057 parents to learn about the daily activities and capabilities of children, has revealed some curious anomalies. Currently, it seems that an overwhelming majority of UK primary school children… Read more...

Poll Finds Majority of Britons Blame Poor Parenting and Lack of Discipline for Riots

26th August 2011 17:51

A poll on behalf of the Metro newspaper has revealed that the British public blames poor parenting and lack of discipline at school for the recent riots that shook the UK, rather than police harassment or poverty gaps. The survey results, published today,… Read more...

National Literacy Study Finds UK Children Not Reading Enough Books

23rd August 2011 15:24

A survey by The National Literacy Trust on has found that children much prefer reading emails and text messages to books. The organisation questioned more than 18,141 young people in 111 schools across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland on their… Read more...

Research Suggests Britons Opposed To Raising Tuition Fees

17th August 2011 10:34

A survey of 2767 adults, carried out by YouGov, has shown that around half (46%) of British people believe that the proportion of young people who go on to university from further education is too high. A quarter (23%) feel the number going to university… Read more...

Survey Suggests Autopilot Action Can Be Used to Protect Children

20th June 2011 18:21

A survey carried out by the Child Accident Prevention Trust on more than 5,000 adults has discovered that most people spend a great deal of their lives on ‘autopilot’ - eight out of 10 admitted to carrying out many tasks without any conscious… Read more...

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