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Our very own @pmorini1 is in The Conversation @ConversationUK this week, talking about the British public's (and largely Tories') preference for Ukrainian #refugees over Afghani refugees. Read more: https://t.co/g1mmY3qHRK

Which of the major donor countries' publics is most concerned about poverty in poor countries? You might be surprised... Data collected in January 2022. What world event is most likely to change this picture ahead of our June update? #Globaldev #ForeignAid #Devcomms https://t.co/pOrbAOztbk

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Do the British public think the government are doing enough to help #Ukraine #refugees? What personal actions are the public willing to take (or continue taking)? Jump into the latest data here: https://t.co/0tiRU1Plyg https://t.co/cf9LDP6w8N

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#DatabyDEL reveals robust support for overseas aid among the British public. Since the June 2021 FCDO cuts, DEL shows a 9% boost in UK support for overseas aid. Read more here: https://t.co/SpCDsU4I2Z https://t.co/DV7tEwv6jQ

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British public have a range of feelings about overseas aid. Most people say ‘indifferent’, but #anxious #angry #sad and #fedup also feature. More than 1 in 10 say they are #hopeful. #IOTW https://t.co/etQRBwTuD0

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When discussing foreign aid and sustainable development with the U.S. public, messages focused on #WASH are inclusive and enjoy bipartisan support. #IOTW #DatabyDEL https://t.co/kqCfkBOdL5

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