Profits at SeaWorld plummet as only 20% of UK adults think they should remain open.

Following recent reports suggesting that SeaWorld’s profits have fallen by 84%, we decided to investigate what the UK public’s standpoint is on keeping orcas in captivity.

The recipe for a perfect PR survey

We have conducted thousands of surveys for the PR industry alone. There have always been constants with each project. There are always areas that the research has to cover in order to ensure clients get the most out of their research and that the stats hold up to scrutiny once they go to press.

Is green the new black? – Almost 4 in 10 Brits now drink green tea

In our office, tea (who’s turn it is to make it and the type consumed) is somewhat a bone of contention. Over the last few years, there has been a slow but noticeable migration from standard English breakfast tea...

Why aren’t we more intelligent about artificial intelligence?

Is it safe for us to create machines with higher intellectual levels than us? Have we been misinformed by films about robots gone wrong?

Call Me Caitlyn

Social media has recently been abuzz with the transformation of Bruce Jenner into Caitlyn Jenner. We ran a quick snap poll, asking 1000 respondents how they felt about the transformation.

Why isn’t everyone ‘batty’ about bats?

Overall, 1 in 5 people either dislike or hate bats. So why do so many people dislike bats? It's my intention to eliminate the common misconceptions and negative attitudes...

Do young voters hold the key to the outcome of the General Election?

There has been a lot of buzz around the young voters (18-30), and what politicians can do to make them go out and vote.

New jobs and bad interview questions

As we have just started at OnePoll, we decided to write a blog about peoples’ experiences of interviews and starting new jobs, to find out the most common faux pas.

4 in 10 employed Brits feel unappreciated by their boss

Have you ever heard the phrase ‘Too many chiefs, not enough Indians’? In todays society, it has become apparent that in some businesses there are too many employees who want to be managers and not enough willing to be workers.