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How aware are the British public of #education inequality? Do they think it's important? Our study from 2020 ranking 9 forms of inequality. @GPforEducation #GES2021 #FundEducation #DatabyDEL https://t.co/svyBvhSjbB

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Welchen Medien vertrauen Entscheidungsträger*innen? Was in Eurem „Advocacy-Toolkit“ nicht fehlend darf erfahrt ihr hier: 👉https://t.co/oI1ie9Q4rJ #DatabyDEL #devcomms #IOTW https://t.co/M2wQ7H2QMO

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More on the two polls run by DEL on the public's view of the cuts and the possible implications for campaigners here: https://t.co/7uVzqXdPfY https://t.co/6UDc9R7QKW

For clues about how the electorate might react to the #ukaidcuts & learn more about where the public sit on #UKaid commitments in the pandemic era, check out @DivaManocha new blog on the subject: https://t.co/Gp53GZA6ZY #DatabyDEL https://t.co/8XpH7vqydK

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@YouGov Our research actually shows that the public tend to opt for cutting no matter what, regardless of salience or their knowledge of the amount being cut: https://t.co/GFjE4iTpsr By framing the question differently (also YouGov), 53% opted to keep or increase the aid budget. https://t.co/SMjRQKPK4B

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Keen to know what data MPs were referring to when they claimed cutting the aid budget was 'in line with what the public want.' All data we've seen has shown either public are split or anti-cuts (Ours here, from YouGov) @Dines4Dales #DatabyDEL Anyone know? https://t.co/FsXMbgQM1I

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