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They're worried about the government's present low standing in the polls.
A recent poll indicated that most people opposed the changes.
According to a poll conducted last week, 75% of the public support the Prime Minister.
Labour were the big winners in yesterday's poll.
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the part of the nucleus of an atom that has no electrical charge