Rich, untrustworthy, good for London, out of touch: Londoners give us their verdict on Zac Goldsmith and Sadiq Khan.
An investigation into the differences between phone and online polling for the UK’s EU membership referendum
As well as asking MPs to name their favourite of this famous Elizabethan's plays, we found out what our panel thinks about the amount of British history being taught in schools.
Will a self-regulation approach be enough to safeguard public confidence in the relationship between Big Pharma and healthcare professionals?
Writing in City A.M, Vince Cable, Stephen Kinnock and Populus Co-Founder Andrew Cooper argue that restoring trust in capitalism means moving beyond ideology.
Could giving consumers an immediate link between the energy content of foods and the exercise required to work it off help to reduce obesity?
98% of households now use a charitable service according to new Populus research commissioned by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF).
Populus asked its panel of 250 MPs to tell us which organisations and individuals are getting it right when it comes to building trust and gaining support from politicians.
A reputation expert's take on the last month's business news. Indignation over tax avoidance continues to simmer.
New Populus research for the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) reveals the UK public is under-sleeping by an average of almost an hour every night.
We asked 40 of the most senior business journalists from national print and broadcast media to share their views on the potential impact of Brexit.