Many of the insights uncovered by our research feature in the Press, including key industry publications, helping to generate great publicity for our clients and raise awareness of the issues that matter most to them.
17th January 2017
According to research for comparethemarket.com, just 36% of over 65s say they could "definitely afford" and increase in energy prices.
9th January 2017
The most common New Year's Driving resolution made by drivers was to walk more, according to an AA Populus survey.
5th January 2017
51% of parents say learning Mandarin will boost their child's career prospects according to survey commissioned by the Mandarin Excellence Programme.
4th January 2017
The public made it clear that they want change in 2016. Populus research reveals what businesses must do to get on their good side in 2017.
4th January 2017
Polling for the Royal Society of Public Health shows just 13% of people whose New Year's resolution in January 2016 were smoke-free by the end of the year.
30th December 2016
More than two-thirds of British people believe foreign exchange programmes for students should be protected after the UK leaves the EU.
16th December 2016
Populus experts discuss what drove the UK and US publics towards these populist solutions.
10th December 2016
Eight out of 10 people believe the law should allow people to take their own lives, according to a poll for campaign group Dignity in Dying
8th December 2016
Nearly a third of those living in the capital say they are too busy to get enough sleep, according to research carried out for comparethemarket.com.
7th December 2016
More than 9 in 10 motorists believe the government should take a tougher line on personal injury cold calling according to an AA Populus survey.
3rd December 2016
Populus poll for the Social Market Foundation reveals 89% of workers say trusting the company they work for is important for job satisfaction, yet only 65% actually do so.
14th November 2016
Populus's Head of Analytics James Kanagasooriam discusses why state polls failed to put Trump ahead.