A little over a year ago, En Marche didn’t exist - and many French people didn’t even know who Emmanuel Macron was. Now, he is president. What does this mean for French politics? Studying the polling data can't answer all of these questions, but it can certainly answer many of them.
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.
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.
In the week Liverpool took an important step towards further competitive honours by securing Champions League football next season, the Club also launched a new supporter engagement model based on Populus research.
Our ongoing campaign tracker, which reveals the policies, speeches, slogans and campaign events that the public have noticed, shows gradually growing engagement with the General Election.
Populus delves into the attitudes behind the Labour party manifesto announced on Wednesday, drawing upon recent research to analyse Labour and its relationship with big business.
In just over three weeks the UK will go to the polls at the snap General Election. How does the UK public view party leaders? New Populus research reveals who is seen as 'up to the job' and who is 'out of their depth'.
Big brands tackling sensitive issues will always be taking a risk, but does that mean they shouldn’t try? Populus's corporate reputation expert Ben Lloyd looks at the fall-out from the latest McDonald's advert and what it means for corporate reputation.
The General Election is at the stage where the parties announce policies and make manifesto commitments. What are the most recalled policy announcements so far?
As May marks National Walking Month, Populus finds Saga respondents are walking more, while research is published linking exercise with improved brain power.
Read Populus analysis of the 2017 General Election campaign events so far. How can public recall of campaign events serve to reinforce or challenge views?