The antics of the Sun in apparently bringing to an end its usual feature on Page Three, only to bring it back after a large amount of airtime and column inches had been dedicated to its removal, has caused a storm among campaigners. However, even if the editorial team at the Sun aren't ready to call it a day, their readers might be.

In our latest poll, for the most part conducted before the tabloid had reversed its apparent decision, we found that just under a fifth (18%) of adults said the end of Page Three would make them more likely to buy the Sun, while 8% said it would make them less likely to buy it.

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