Our latest survey with Good Morning Britain has revealed that 59% of UK adults believe Children should give up their seats for adults on public transport. 17% of the 1,000 UK adults surveyed think children as young as 4 should give up their seat.
What would your perfect job include? A 4 day, 24-hour week? A salary of £61,000? Free fruit? A boss that enjoys a pint? Well then you’re in good company as our survey for Reed revealed these things would do it for most people.
The summer holidays are in full swing but don’t be fooled into thinking your child is loving time away from the classroom. Our survey for Nick Jr has found that it’ll be a mere 10 days before they’ll be telling you that they’re bored.
eDreams ODIGEO recently published their report into travel habits across the generations based on an international survey they conducted through OnePoll.
OnePoll has once again collaborated with Nestle Professional for the BuzzBites reports. The reports aim to delve deeper into consumer attitudes and behaviour as well as to look at the current issues facing the food industry.
Man buns, love them or loathe them there’s no getting away from them. You can’t go 5 yards without encountering at least one. But who has the world’s coolest man bun? Mattel commissioned research with OnePoll to find out.
it’s official, life really was better in the ‘good old days’. Our study for animal charity, SPANA, found that 50% of adults over 50 preferred life when they were kids.
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has been named the nation’s favourite children’s book in our survey for the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Press.
Health apps are changing our motivation to exercise, our survey for Lucozade Sport reveals. A whopping 52% of those surveyed revealed they would be more likely to be active if they used a health app. But motivation isn’t the only thing driving the use of apps
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.