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.
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.
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.
The 'Monday blues' don't just strike in January. Populus research finds that a considerable percent of the UK public experience the 'Monday blues', throughout the year, and explores the ways in which people try to combat them.
January is traditionally a time for new starts. Recent Populus research carried out on behalf of the British Council shows that learning a language is a New Year's resolution for around 1 in 5 (21%) of the UK public in 2018.
The festive season is now in full swing. However, this time of the year can be difficult for many. New Populus research conducted on behalf of Mind takes a closer look at the impact that the festive season can have on mental health.
Last month saw interest rates rise for the first time in 10 years. Populus research conducted on behalf of Which? explores the impact of the rise on variable rate mortgage holders.
The AA-Populus Motoring panel finds that around two-thirds (67%) of motorists say the government’s 2040 ban will not affect their car choice ‘for years’. What does this mean for the automotive industry?
Renters could be running the risk of higher energy bills due to the nature of yearly savings comparisons. Populus research finds that renters are less likely to have used a price comparison website to compare energy savings.
Populus research explores who buys and carves pumpkins at Halloween, and what they do with them once the celebrations are over.
Long gone are the days of turkey twizzlers at school dinners. This month, Populus research sheds light on current attitudes towards food and drink in schools.
Populus research finds that 26% of the UK public deem Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn as the most trustworthy on pensions. However, 41% say they don't think any politician could be trusted to secure retirement through political reform.