Sunny Disposition: The sun has arrived for the Easter weekend, which bodes well for Brits, 87% of whom say that their mood is improved by good weather

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46% of this number say that the good weather improved their mood “a great deal”, while only 2% say it doesn’t lift their spirits “at all”

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Women (52%) are noticeably more likely than men (39%) to say that their mood is greatly lifted by good weather

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That’s Nuts: Whole Earth's new product ,'3 Nut Butter', has been recalled as the jar doesn't warn that it contains nuts. Many have said it shouldn’t need to do this, as it should be obvious due to the name of the product

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This group are in the minority however, as 72% of Brits say that products which clearly contain nuts should still carry a warning to say that they do so

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Only 21% say that such products shouldn’t need to carry a nut allergy warning

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What Class are You? For better or worse, many see the class system as a quintessential part of life in Britain, so how do Brits themselves define their class?

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Half (49%) describe themselves as working class, while 40% say they’re middle class - only 1% say that they’re upper class

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Northerners (58%) are the most likely to say they’re working class, while Londoners are the least likely 36%

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Around half of Londoners (47%) and Southerners (48%) describe themselves as middle class, compared to a third (32-35%) of those based north of the M25, or Wales

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YouGov Daily

Thursday, 18 April

87% of Brits say their mood is improved by the weather; Plus, nut allergy warnings, and defining your social class

Sunny Disposition: The sun has arrived for the Easter weekend, which bodes well for Brits, 87% of whom say that their mood is improved by good weather

46% of this number say that the good weather improved their mood “a great deal”, while only 2% say it doesn’t lift their spirits “at all”

Women (52%) are noticeably more likely than men (39%) to say that their mood is greatly lifted by good weather

That’s Nuts: Whole Earth's new product ,'3 Nut Butter', has been recalled as the jar doesn't warn that it contains nuts. Many have said it shouldn’t need to do this, as it should be obvious due to the name of the product

This group are in the minority however, as 72% of Brits say that products which clearly contain nuts should still carry a warning to say that they do so

Only 21% say that such products shouldn’t need to carry a nut allergy warning

What Class are You? For better or worse, many see the class system as a quintessential part of life in Britain, so how do Brits themselves define their class?

Half (49%) describe themselves as working class, while 40% say they’re middle class - only 1% say that they’re upper class

Northerners (58%) are the most likely to say they’re working class, while Londoners are the least likely 36%

Around half of Londoners (47%) and Southerners (48%) describe themselves as middle class, compared to a third (32-35%) of those based north of the M25, or Wales

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