Refusing to let All Hallows' Eve go without a tea light flicker of recognition, we have done some of our own research into the attitudes of Brits to Hallowe'en. Without stunning us all into disbelief, it appears that there are some aspects of Hallowe'en we could really do without.

We found that trick-or-treating is the most disliked aspect of the 31st of October, with two fifths (42%) of Brits having pretended not to be in, and one in six (16%) even having sat in the dark for the evening so no-one would know they were at home.

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Mon, 27/10/2014 - 11:50
Commissioned by TravelSupermarket to promote map-reading skills, we found that a large number of couples have...
Thu, 23/10/2014 - 11:31
In some of our latest research with Barclays, we did some of the most up to date research on the intentional f...
Tue, 14/10/2014 - 14:28
Labour have a 7 point lead but voters expect David Cameron to declare victory next year.

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33 (-2) 33 (+5) 6 (-3) 18 (+1)

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A little while ago we published a chart comparing views of the economy with Lab...
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Final polls are out with Opinium’s two late entries into the Scotland referendum...

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