Giant screen shows a video of Agneta Faeltskog (R) and Anni-Frid Lyngstad of Swedish pop group Abba singing their 1974 winning song 'Waterloo' during a rehearsal in Copenhagen's Forum October 22, 2005, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the European Song Contest. REUTERS/Scanpix/Jens Norgaard Larsen

The British public would like to see Swedish band ABBA reform more than any other act, according to a survey.

PRS for Music, the organization that collects royalties on behalf of composers and songwriters, said that one quarter of the 1,500 people surveyed favored an ABBA reunion.

In second place was home act Police followed by Pink Floyd and The Smiths in equal third.

ABBA, made up of Anni-Frid Lyngstad, Bjorn Ulvaeus, Benny Andersson and Agnetha Faltskog, performed in public for the last time in 1982.

Following is a list of the top 10 bands the British public would most like to see back in action:

ABBA (25 percent); The Police (13); Pink Floyd (11); The Smiths (11); Oasis (10); The Jam (9); Dire Straits (8); The Clash (6); Spice Girls (4); Sex Pistols (3).