The latest Ipsos MORI Political Monitor shows that most Britons lack confidence that life in Britain will mainly be back to normal by Christmas.
Seven in ten would prefer to see Biden win the Presidential Election in November
Many are still uncomfortable about some aspect of life returning to normal as concern about the Coronavirus rises to levels last seen in late April.
Research conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of the British Council finds the UK to be the most attractive country overall among young people in the G20 for the first time since 2016.
Universities seen to play an important role in the world's issues.
Six in ten Britons think the UK will leave the transition period without a trade deal with the European Union, whilst just one in four think this outcome is unlikely.
New research shows that Britons think LGBTQ+ communities face discrimination in Britain today, but opinion is split regarding the progression of LGBTQ+ rights.
The world is now split on whether coronavirus or unemployment is the most worrying issue facing their country today.
Ipsos MORI and Imperial College London are conducting research on behalf of the Department for Health and Social Care to help improve testing for COVID-19 by assessing whether it is possible to use a saliva sample instead of a swab test.
Majority don’t think violent protests are appropriate response to killing of unarmed man.