Welcome To The Jubitea!
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A few royal facts
The Queen's Coronation is the event most Brits would like to go back and see in person, with Charles and Diana's wedding and King George VI's Coronation coming 2nd and third (ahead of Kate and Willas first dance).
65% of the UK will be watching the Jubilee parade with 80% of people choosing to watch it from the comfort of their own home on the TV.
10% more women than men said they'd be watching the Jubilee.
Manchester has the highest percentage of people who are planning to travel to London to the see parade first hand.
People in Glasgow are the most likely to be attending a street party for the Jubilee.
When it comes to peoples' feelings around the Jubilee, 42% said it brings the country together, 26% said it fills them with national pride and one in five felt it provided a welcome break from the day-to-day worries.
One in four UK residents (27%) will be attending a street party to celebrate the Jubilee.
Kate (the duchess of Cambridge) is the Royal we would most like to invite to a Jubilee dinner, with 23% of the UK vote, proving more popular than the queen herself. Prince Harry was our second choice and HRH was the third.
One in ten people said that the Jubilee was the event they were most looking forward to in 2012 (taken from previous research).
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