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Survey finds Worcester has cleanest public toilets in Britain
20 February 2018
A survey by Soap Supplier found that residents of Worcester rated public toilets 6.7 out of 10 when it came to hygiene.
The survey, which involved over 2,500 people, declared the UK average to be a mere 3.9 out of ten.
There was a large gap between Worcester and second placed Edinburgh, which scored 5.6. The lowest ranking cities were Lisburn, which received a paltry 2.1, and south coast cities Southampton and Portsmouth, which scored 2.5 and 2.7 respectively.
The survey also found that almost a third of respondents were willing to spend literal pennies in cafes and shops in order to avoid spending a figurative penny in a public toilet. Four per cent admitted that they would use the facilities in cafes and shops without purchasing anything, simply to avoid using public toilets.
Find out how your local area rated here: https://soapsupplier.co.uk/infographics/how-hygienic/