An entire generation is ‘sandwiched’ between helping their children and caring for their elderly parents, according to Populus research for Wealth Wizards.
Populus research for the British Dietetic Association finds 40% of the UK public have considered or tried a fad diet for weight loss. But who does the UK public trust when it comes to diet and nutrition advice?
New Populus research shows 66% of consumers expect banks to have environmentally responsible policies in place. How can the financial services sector harness this insight?
Mental Health Awareness Week: Populus research finds 24% agreed that hearing accounts about mental health from people in the public eye helped them to feel less alone.
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.
New Populus polling for the Government has found that low-paid workers are not clear about what they should be paid and the types of deductions employers can take from their salaries.
According to new Populus research for Visa, the number of European consumers regularly using mobile devices to make payments has tripled in the past year.
According to new research for comparethemarket.com, 4.5 million credit or debit cards were cancelled in the last 12 months as a result of cyber attacks.
The latest report from the Royal Society for Public health reveals the daily commute is having a long-term, negative impact on the health and wellbeing of the UK workforce.
Research findings for WWF-UK reveal 18-34 year olds are more likely to eat at restaurants where they are told about how their food arrived on their plate.
Could giving consumers an immediate link between the energy content of foods and the exercise required to work it off help to reduce obesity?