View Populus’s Claudia Chwalisz's report on behalf of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy about citizen engagement in politics and policymaking, which was presented to a delegation of Ukrainian MPs in Kiev.
Populus research commissioned by the Charity Commission for England and Wales explores trust and confidence in the Charity Commission, updating findings from 2015.
It has been a turbulent year for Uber. Populus’s research suggests that much more needs to be done in order to turn around its reputational freefall.
The public’s recall of business news stories has been particularly low this month as people have been focusing on the London Bridge terror attack, the Grenfell Tower tragedy and uncertainty following the General Election.
Our Head of Analytics James Kanagasooriam looked at the general election result in England and Wales, and created, using multi-variate regression a model which maps where Conservative support is strongest (blue) and weakest (red) throughout England and Wales.
Following the independent report into British Cycling's working culture and its subsequent media coverage this week, Populus takes a closer look at the role of reputation in sport.
Populus research finds that consumers with mental health conditions and their carers are resorting to risky workarounds to manage the financial implications of living with mental illness.
Claudia Chwalisz makes the case that adding informed citizen voices to the heart of public decision-making leads to more effective policies in her new book, The People's Verdict.
Read analysis by Matthew Elliott and Claudia Chwalisz of the first round of voting in the French legislative elections, where turnout reached a record low.
Current affairs stories are not just overtaking business news stories, they are actually pushing business news out of peoples’ minds. So, what does the falling ‘mindshare’ of business news, mean for corporate reputation?
What are the differences between old and young in 2014 and 2017, and how has the polarisation of views has become so much starker over the past three years?
Populus's latest research explores public views on the two main parties' attributes. Who is seen as willing to take tough decisions for the long-term and who is viewed as standing for fairness? And how does this compare with the last general election?