British voters are concerned that fake news could have an impact on the forthcoming general election, our survey for Broadband Genie. 42% of the 2,000 UK adults believed that fake news had influenced last years (2016) EU Referendum.
It’s that time of year again when an entire continent goes off their heads for some cheesy pop music and national stereotypes. That’s right, it’s Eurovision!
As part of an ongoing marketing campaign, Nationwide commissioned a series of surveys to find out more about the people of Great Britain. Each survey took a specific age group and identified the average characteristics of that demographic.
As official research partner for Planet Retail, we were commissioned to conduct B2B research for a project in partnership with technology retailer, Digimarc. The research looks at how the retail environment is transforming as a result of the expanding purchase options online and the impact of these changes on consumer behaviour and retail spending strategies.
The Shambles in York has been named as Britain’s prettiest street in our survey for National Express. The 14th Century street, with its wall to wall timber framed buildings, took the top spot ahead of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile and The Circus in Bath.
More than half of UK adults can’t identify a sparrow according to our survey for pre-school series, Twirlywoos. In fact, the survey found that people’s knowledge of birds is generally quite poor.
Many British parents are prepared to remortgage their homes, borrow cash, and give up on family holidays to pay for private tuition, our survey for SchoolExams.co.uk has revealed. 45% of the 1,000 parents of 10-16-year-olds surveyed believe that paying for extra tuition is crucial to guarantee success in exams.
How well do you know your seasonal produce? Our quiz for Innocent has revealed that for most people that answer is ‘not very well’. One in ten believe all fruit and veg are available all year round and a third didn’t realise that some produce tasted better in certain months of the year.
Americans spend 20 minutes longer getting ready in the warmer months our survey for Groupon has found. The increase in time is due to a personal ‘spring clean’; something that 60% of Americans practice.
Neglected potholes, late rubbish collection and expensive parking are some of the country’s biggest council complaints, according to new research. A poll of 2,000 adults aimed to find out how satisfied the nation is with its public services, and found that six in 10 are unhappy with the time it takes their local council to repair holes in the roads.