10% of married women don’t trust their partners. That’s the findings of our survey for solicitors, Cassell and Moore. The survey of 1,000 married people aged 18-65 found that around 10% of women admit to spying on their husband’s emails and texts messages.
The 70s rock and roll musical Grease is the most watched film of all time. Our study of 2,000 British adults put the story of good girl Sandy and greaser Danny’s high school romance at number one, thanks to its catchy songs and memorable performances.
65% of consumers believe it is their responsibility to determine whether financial advice may be helpful, according to our survey for Aegon.
In November 2015, we posted a blog post about the issue of ‘rape culture’ and specifically about ‘rape jokes’. The blog featured the results of a survey we conducted in order to find out the nation’s views on ‘rape jokes’…
42% of men have suffered from depression and anxiety at some point during their lifetime. That is the finding of research we conducted for Huffington Post who were looking at the topic of male depression as part of their ‘Building Modern Men’ blog series.
In conjunction with their ‘Building Modern Man’ series, The Huffington Post commissioned OnePoll to conduct a survey into male role models. The survey of 1,500 men asked respondents to pick their male role models. Prince William topped the poll with 25% of the vote, with David Beckham (14%) and Barack Obama (9%) completing the top 3.
In light of the Government’s proposals to introduce a tax on sugary drinks, ITV commissioned OnePoll to conduct a survey in to the public’s reaction to the proposal. The survey of 2,000 18-50 year olds found that almost 50% of people agree with the tax on fizzy drinks.
As part of their marketing campaign for a new at home smear test, GynaeHealth UK commissioned research with OnePoll into women’s experiences of smear tests. The poll of 3,500 women aged 25 to 29 found that 5 million females are behind on gynaecological check-ups with 1 million admitting they have never been tested.
To launch Good Morning Britain’s Action! Against Bullying campaign, ITV commissioned research with us to find out more about bullying in schools. To do this we polled a panel of 1,500 children, aged 7-18 asking them about their own personal experiences of bullying.
Youtubers were named as the most trusted source of information for UK consumers according to our poll. Magazines came in second with TV and radio completing the top 4.