Sunday 7 - Issue #16 | eOpinion

Hello there!

Welcome to issue #16 of the eOpinion Sunday 7!

As always, firstly some housekeeping – here is Friday’s Daily eOpinion if you didn’t get round to it.

Secondly, we are running a competition on our social profiles around the Euro 2020 final this evening. Check them out for a chance to win one of ten £25 Amazon Vouchers. ⚽️

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Here is our round-up from this week, enjoy!

 

Sunday 7 - Issue #16 | eOpinion

1. Errrr, is it coming home? ⚽️

Unless you have been living under a rock these past few days, you’ll be well aware Harry Kane and co. are playing in a major tournament final for the first time in 55 years this evening.

We put it to the eOpinion tribe to see what they thought the result would be.

It’s a bit close to call for my liking but I’ll be watching and cheering on, from behind the sofa most likely! 😬

Sunday 7 - Issue #16 | eOpinion

Sunday 7 - Issue #16 | eOpinion

2. No surprises here! 🤔

I’m filing this one under no s**t Sherlock!

A poll conducted by YouGov has found that Gareth Southgate has a more favourable rating (66%) as a leader than both Boris Johnson (39%) and Keir Starmer (26%).

Will it still be the case tomorrow morning? I hope so! 🤞

Read the story here.

Sunday 7 - Issue #16 | eOpinion

3. Getting it on in July! 😘

A study by online adult store LoveHoney has revealed that July is the month when sex lives hit their annual peak! 📈

August was 2nd and Jun 3rd which makes you think every summer is the summer of love! ❤️

More details can be found here.

Sunday 7 - Issue #16 | eOpinion

4. Lost? 🗺

Despite the rise in the use of map apps, research by Ordnance Survey has found that we are better at navigation than you may think. 🧭

Half of us are confident using a compass, 70% of Gen Z claim to be confident map readers and 16% say they never use a physical map. (I’m surprised that the last one is even that high if honest. 😮

Find out more on the story here.

Sunday 7 - Issue #16 | eOpinion

5. Anyone for Tennis? 🎾

If you’ve been inspired by Wimbledon this last fortnight and want to get a game in, research from Better shows that Edinburgh is the place to be!

The city has seen an 85% rise in demand for lessons.

Read more on this story here.

Sunday 7 - Issue #16 | eOpinion

6. Nation of selfless souls! 🙏🏼

Selfish is a word thrown around a lot these days but a survey by MedicAlert has shown that many of us put others health ahead of our own.

However, only 32% of people feel they can be open and honest with others about their medical conditions.

For the full breakdown of this report, click here.

Sunday 7 - Issue #16 | eOpinion

7. Dogs are not just for a pandemic! 🐶

A bit of a sad one to finish with this week I’m afraid.

When the pandemic hit, lots of people rushed out to get a dog.

A survey by The Kennel Club has found that 17% of those people have admitted rehoming their pooches post-lockdown.

For more details on this story including half of Scots saying not enough businesses accommodate dogs, you can click here.

Thank you for having a read of our Sunday 7. I hope you found it a little bit interesting and entertaining.

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All the best,

Chris 😀

Founder – eOpinion

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