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.
Populus research commissioned by Wealth Wizards published last month highlights the paralysing lack of pensions awareness among the general public. Over a fifth (22%) are unaware that there had been any change to pension legislation at all in the last 12 months.
Populus research published in a new report by the World Wildlife Federation (WWF) finds that there is an appetite among the UK public for greener homes, particularly when it offers energy savings.
Would you get into an un-manned drone taxi? Or go on a date with a robot? Populus research commissioned by the founders of London Tech Week explores what the UK public thinks about the future of technology.
The upcoming bank holiday weekend will see many people take to the roads on trips and getaways. But Populus research shows almost half of drivers will struggle with parking problems at summer event and festivals.
News this week of Mind's study finding men are more likely to experience work-related mental health problems comes as a number of high-profile figures speak out about their own experiences. What does the research so far tell us about men's mental health?
It's the time of the year that sees many of us set off on summer holidays. But Populus research shows that around half of UK holiday-makers struggle with their poor foreign language skills.