According to new polling, Britons are not optimistic about their own standard of living and personal finances, and it is common for us to worry about what 2017 will bring the country and the world.
What does the public think about business? What are the risks if businesses do not improve their reputations? These are the questions we answer in our latest report on corporate reputation.
Featured in The Times Red Box, Populus's Head of Analytics James Kanagasooriam discusses why so few state polls managed to put Donald Trump ahead of Hillary Clinton in the US presidential campaign.
The PM this week announced a snap General Election on 8 June 2017. The surprise General Election has a number of knock-on effects, but what can we learn from previous behaviours and current trends?
Read on for Populus’ thoughtful polling analysis written by James Kanagasooriam and Claudia Chwalisz on the eve of the first round of the presidential election.
As news broke today of Tesla's recall of more than 50,00 cars, recent AA-Populus poll reveals an increasing interest in zero and low emission vehicles among UK public.
New Populus research published this week finds that 62% of British adults want their local pub to offer good food.
It's National Gardening Week, but what flower would MPs plant to celebrate? Populus asked 100 MPs what their top flower would be. Their responses are an insight into MPs' attitudes towards the future of the UK.
Populus's social media expert Laurence Stellings reports on the topics that kept us glued to our smartphones this month. The Westminster Attack, UK politics and sports continued to feature heavily on social media in March.
As the dust settles on PM Theresa May’s triggering of Article 50 last week, attention turns to how leaving the EU affects existing regulations. A recent Populus poll finds significant majorities of Conservatives want EU environmental regulations to be maintained or strengthened.
The last few months have seen business recall of new stories focus on bids and acquisitions on UK businesses and March is no different. David Racadio looks at PM Theresa May's difficult task of keeping Britain ‘open for business’ without selling the ‘family silverware'.