64%
Yes
36%
No
59%
Yes
36%
No
5%
Yes, and require overtime pay for work over four days per week

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Other Popular Answers

Unique answers from UK users whose views extended beyond the provided choices.

 @9D355DLanswered…9mos9MO

 @9LP4YWZanswered…2 days2D

Maybe, why not trial it. More time off may result in happier economy which may result in less suicide and/crime rate. Maybe

 @9LNJ7GManswered…3 days3D

It should be optional but if you opt for a 4 day working week you will not be eligible for overtime pay.

 @9LMW7N4answered…4 days4D

It's definitely worth experimenting with and trialling; I feel I need more information to have an informed view.

 @8SX4G5L answered…5 days5D

Only if it can definitely be shown to improve productivity and not damage the economy, whilst allowing flexibility for employers.

 @9L8HZLVanswered…3wks3W

Yes, but only where it’s viable. Many service based businesses can do this, but businesses producing goods or agricultural products would find this difficult.