Trump Rally: At a campaign rally for President Trump, as he made remarks about Ilhan Omar, the crowd began chanting “send her back”. Omar is a black Muslim congresswoman who was born in Somalia and is a US citizen

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74% of Britons think the chant was racist

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13% think it was not racist

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Remain voters (89%) are more likely than Leave voters (62%) to say the chant was racist

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Buckle Up: Three quarters (74%) of Britons think that drivers should get points on their licence for not wearing a seat belt

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18% think they should not

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Those aged 18-24 (60%) are less likely than those over 65 (83%) to think you should get points for not wearing a seat belt

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Keep On Kipping: Conservative leadership contender Boris Johnson used a kipper as a prop to demonstrate the constraints of EU regulations, during a speech this week

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But it might not be that relevant, as only 14% of Britons have eaten kippers in the last year

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21% last ate kippers longer than a year ago, and a further 21% can’t remember

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40% of Brits say they have never eaten kippers

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YouGov Daily

Friday, 19 July

Three-quarters (74%) of Brits think the chant “send her back” is racist; plus, seat-belts, and kippers

Trump Rally: At a campaign rally for President Trump, as he made remarks about Ilhan Omar, the crowd began chanting “send her back”. Omar is a black Muslim congresswoman who was born in Somalia and is a US citizen

74% of Britons think the chant was racist

13% think it was not racist

Remain voters (89%) are more likely than Leave voters (62%) to say the chant was racist

Buckle Up: Three quarters (74%) of Britons think that drivers should get points on their licence for not wearing a seat belt

18% think they should not

Those aged 18-24 (60%) are less likely than those over 65 (83%) to think you should get points for not wearing a seat belt

Keep On Kipping: Conservative leadership contender Boris Johnson used a kipper as a prop to demonstrate the constraints of EU regulations, during a speech this week

But it might not be that relevant, as only 14% of Britons have eaten kippers in the last year

21% last ate kippers longer than a year ago, and a further 21% can’t remember

40% of Brits say they have never eaten kippers

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