Should Sunday be like any other shopping day?MoneySaving Poll Results

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During the 2012 Olympics, retailers were given extended Sunday opening hours, boosting the economy. George Osborne's plans to change Sunday trading laws in England & Wales, with supermarkets and big retailers potentially allowed extended opening hours – were overruled by MPs. 

Of course for stores to be open, someone has to work at them. So what are your views?

Please choose the closest option in the relevant categories:

Results

I’m a practising Christian (4629 votes)
Shops should be allowed to trade on Sundays like any other day1063 votes (23%)
Keep as it is now: with big stores having restricted Sunday trading1904 votes (41%)
Only small convenience stores should be allowed Sunday trading1022 votes (22%)
No shops should be allowed to open on a Sunday640 votes (14%)
I practise a non-Christian religion (1153 votes)
Shops should be allowed to trade on Sundays like any other day456 votes (40%)
Keep as it is now: with big stores having restricted Sunday trading396 votes (34%)
Only small convenience stores should be allowed Sunday trading184 votes (16%)
No shops should be allowed to open on a Sunday117 votes (10%)
I don’t practise any religion (14866 votes)
Shops should be allowed to trade on Sundays like any other day6399 votes (43%)
Keep as it is now: with big stores having restricted Sunday trading5005 votes (34%)
Only small convenience stores should be allowed Sunday trading2044 votes (14%)
No shops should be allowed to open on a Sunday1418 votes (10%)

                   20,648 votes received.

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