New Populus research uncovers consumer attitudes to financial fraud and the implications for banks. How can consumers protect themselves from bank fraud? And what can banks do to engage consumers about the threat?
Populus's VR panel, powered by Gorilla In The Room and Google Cardboard technology, has launched and has been used in an in-store environment.
Populus research shows 85% of the UK public think individuals should do more to reduce water wastage at home. How can the water industry engage consumers? And what are the challenges?
News this week of Mind's study finding men are more likely to experience work-related mental health problems comes as a number of high-profile figures speak out about their own experiences. What does the research so far tell us about men's mental health?
Populus research published on behalf of Smart Energy GB shows that people who own smart meters become more energy efficient.
Boots and Deliveroo were among some of the most noticed in the world of business in July. How does company reputation impact on public recall of business stories?
Every day Populus tracks the biggest British hashtags, trends and topics online. Read this month's insight into what the country is talking about, watching, and searching for.
It's the time of the year that sees many of us set off on summer holidays. But Populus research shows that around half of UK holiday-makers struggle with their poor foreign language skills.
What impact can high-profile reputational events have on brands in the competitive airline industry? Populus's Ben Lloyd explores the reality of airlines' reputational challenges.
Populus research finds that 91% of the UK public support the introduction of a Plastic Free Aisle in supermarkets. Has the plastic backlash begun?
Populus's Head of Analytics James Kanagasooriam provides analysis of the SNP's performance in June's general election, which saw the party's share of the vote fall from 50% to 36.9%.