The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the biggest change in data privacy regulation in 20 years. Populus research finds varying levels of preparation among businesses across Europe, ahead of the change in the law.
It’s been a challenging year for the gambling sector. Populus research on behalf of the Gambling Commission finds that just a third of the population view the industry as fair, with an overall decline in gambling participation since 2016.
As consumer lifestyles continue to rapidly evolve, how should insurers communicate with consumers in a way that resonates? What can insurance learn from other sectors? And where do the biggest opportunities lie?
What are the ingredients necessary to create a strong and enduring reputation for the fast food sector? Populus explores the rise and fall of reputation of high-street food and drink.
It all started with a Big Bang... This year marks a decade since the financial crash of 2008. Populus's Head of Syndicated Stakeholder Research David Racadio explores how it went wrong, and what we can learn from it.
Populus is delighted to have been nominated by the MRS Annual Conference Awards judges for Best Presentation for our contribution to Impact 2018.
How much do we really know about Londoners and their attitudes to the workplace? Populus research conducted on behalf of the London Assembly Health Committee finds that one in 10 Londoners arrive home feeling exhausted from work every single day.
Consumer debt has risen sharply over recent years and is now approaching levels last seen just before the 2008 financial crisis. Populus asked MPs who they thought was primarily responsible for rising debt and who was doing least to combat the problem.
The most noticed business news stories are almost always negative and reputation sapping. However, on rare occasions companies make the headlines for the right reasons. The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) was one of the most noticed news stories in February because it has returned to profit for the first time in ten years.
Every week Populus tracks the news stories that catch the public's attention. The weather, KFC’s chicken crisis and charities were among the most noticed stories on social media this month.
KFC has had a February to forget. The shortage of fresh chicken for its restaurants was one of the most noticed news stories of the week. KFC has demonstrated all three elements to a good response during a corporate crisis.
Populus's social media expert Laurence Stellings reports on the topics that kept us glued to our smartphones in January. The failure of Carillion, charities and sporting events caught the public's attention.
To mark 70 years of the NHS, Hanover is undertaking regular tracking of public opinion regarding the organisation. The second instalment of the Hanover/Populus research is now available.