Unsurprisingly, 75% of UK citizens believe that Russia was behind the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal. Interestingly, however, the French are more suspicious of other motives and just 52% believe that Russia ordered a hit on the father and daughter. However, of the remaining 48%, just 9% believe that Russia probably did not do it, with the rest saying they do not know. In the other countries on this list, the “do not know” figure is between 19% and 29%; meanwhile, Germany has the highest proportion of people who do not think Russia did it – at some 12% of the population. People’s opinions have no doubt been shaped by UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson’s clumsy remarks around whether or not military scientists had determined whether the nerve agent used in the poisoning was made in Russia or elsewhere.