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A new report from a British market research company says there a "wave of micro-crime" in the country. Researchers from the organisation YouGov said they shocked by their findings. Matthew Smith, a data analyst at YouGov, said: "Looking around you, you probably wouldn't that three in every four people you are [] a criminal past. Yet that's exactly what is as new research…[shows] that as many as 74 per cent of British people 'micro-criminals' – having [] at least one very minor or 'micro' crime." The most common crime to by the British public is paying someone cash for services, knowing that the person will not tax on it.

YouGov says that men and middle-class people were the most likely to these micro crimes. Researchers 77 per cent of men and 71 per cent of women micro-crimes. About 80 per cent of middle-class people to committing micro-crimes while the figure closer to 70 per cent for working-class people. The second-most commonly committed crime illegally downloading or streaming TV shows, movies or music. Slightly fewer than 30 per cent of people they had this. Other micro-crimes not paying for plastic bags in supermarkets, lying about your age to a better deal, and eating things in a supermarket without paying.

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