Over half of the British public say they expect to be glad when the World Cup comes to and end, an ITV News Index poll has found.
In the survey, carried out by ComRes for ITV News, 52% of those asked said they would be happy when the tournament in Brazil is over. Nearly two thirds - or 63%- of women say this, compared with 40% of men.
Roughly two-in-five also said that will try and avoid all coverage of the World Cup.
ComRes interviewed 2,039 British adults online between 6th and 8th June 2014.
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