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?
98% of households now use a charitable service according to new Populus research commissioned by the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF).
New Populus research for the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) reveals the UK public is under-sleeping by an average of almost an hour every night.
Would you buy a property that was next to a graveyard? We carried out a survey for independent property guide SellingUp to find out the reasons causing buyers to lose interest.
In recent years Britain’s large banks have retreated from the UK’s high streets. Populus conducted research for cash machine provider Cardtronics UK to find out how this is impacting local retailers.
Despite claims made by BBC’s Watchdog that 1 in 10 smart meters that have been installed are not working properly, our research for Smart Energy GB reveals 79% of smart meter users are confident that their bills are accurate.