British public are actually quite nice, study says

British public are actually quite nice, study says

A new study has found that the British public are actually quite nice, despite what many people think. The study, conducted by the University of Oxford, found that people in the UK are generally friendly and helpful, and that they are more likely to help a stranger than people in other countries. Read more about the study and its findings here.

British public are actually quite nice, study says

A study has found that the British public are actually quite nice, despite what many people think. The research, which was conducted by the University of Cambridge, found that people in the UK are more likely to help others than those in other countries.

The study also found that British people are more likely to trust others, and that they feel more connected to their community than people in other countries. The researchers say that this is likely due to the fact that the UK is a relatively small and close-knit country, and that people here have a strong sense of community spirit.

The  University of Cambridge asked people in different countries whether they would help a stranger who had dropped a wallet. The results showed that 64% of people in the UK said they would help, compared to just 54% in the US.

So, next time you're feeling down about the state of the world, remember that there are still some good people out there - and a lot of them live in the UK!

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