Despite the uncertainty generated by the historic vote to leave the European Union on 23 June this year, new Populus opinion polling for the Institute for Government reveals that people are relatively hopeful about government.
According to a new report published by Sainsbury’s, every year British households throw away an astonishing 7 million tonnes of food, 4.2 million tonnes of which could be saved. Our research reveals the factors leading to this wasteful behaviour.
Based on insights from Populus research, the report An Age of Uncertainty published by the Chartered Institute of Management and EY Foundation reveals young peoples’ views on work experience and careers.
Results from our latest Premier League Fan Panel reveal the teams, players and managers fans predict will be the ones to watch.
In the last of our posts on regulation, we focus on public confidence in various industries and how much regulation they feel is needed. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the general population are less trusting than MPs.
Further insights from our research into UK regulators reveal MPs’ views on the effectiveness, funding and remit of the industry watchmen.
The first of a series of posts that look at UK industry regulators reveals that MPs’ trust in the gambling and energy sectors is flagging.
Are food companies right to be worried about the Chancellor’s plans to introduce a sugar tax in 2018?
We asked MPs to tell us which Remain / Leave politicians they thought were the most effective at putting across their argument during the campaigns.
While trust and confidence in charities has fallen, our research for the Charity Commission reveals that showing evidence of impact is the solution.