Dr Google: Prime Minister Theresa May has called for mental health to be a priority. But if Brits were struggling with mental health issues, would they research it online before talking with someone?

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One in five (21%) Britons say they would definitely research any mental health issues online

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And nearly half (45%) say they probably would

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Just under a quarter (23%) say they probably or definitely would not

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Those aged 18-49 (70-71%) are more likely than those aged over 65 (54%) to research their mental health issues online in the first instance

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Power Out: Parts of South America suffered power cuts that left whole countries without electricity. If Brits were to lose electricity for a few days, what would they miss the most?

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Three in ten (30%) say their fridge or freezer

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Nearly one in five (18%) say television, and a further 17% say plugs for charging devices

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One in ten (12%) would miss their lights the most, 4% would miss their washing appliances, and 3% the radio

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Demolition Row: Houses on a polluted street in south Wales may be demolished and owners paid compensation in an effort by the council to meet air quality targets

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38% of Britons think it is a good idea

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25% think it is a bad idea

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YouGov Daily

Monday, 17 June

Two thirds (66%) of Britons would research their mental health issues online; plus, electricity, and polluted streets

Dr Google: Prime Minister Theresa May has called for mental health to be a priority. But if Brits were struggling with mental health issues, would they research it online before talking with someone?

One in five (21%) Britons say they would definitely research any mental health issues online

And nearly half (45%) say they probably would

Just under a quarter (23%) say they probably or definitely would not

Those aged 18-49 (70-71%) are more likely than those aged over 65 (54%) to research their mental health issues online in the first instance

Power Out: Parts of South America suffered power cuts that left whole countries without electricity. If Brits were to lose electricity for a few days, what would they miss the most?

Three in ten (30%) say their fridge or freezer

Nearly one in five (18%) say television, and a further 17% say plugs for charging devices

One in ten (12%) would miss their lights the most, 4% would miss their washing appliances, and 3% the radio

Demolition Row: Houses on a polluted street in south Wales may be demolished and owners paid compensation in an effort by the council to meet air quality targets

38% of Britons think it is a good idea

25% think it is a bad idea

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