More than four in five Britons appear to believe that online pop music videos containing sexual or explicit content should be subject to the age ratings and regulations, a poll suggests.
An exclusive poll for the Tonight programme, conducted by ComRes, found that 8% of those questioned did not believe that the content should be subject to age ratings and regulation.
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