Only two business stories are noticed by more than 10% of the population in September: Ryanair’s cancellation of thousands of flights over the next six months and Transport for London’s refusal to renew Uber’s license in London. Both of the transport focused organisations face significant reputational risks.
A landmark study by Populus and the Legatum Institute, of public opinion in the UK post the General Election, finds widespread support for Labour's nationalisation agenda and much less support for free enterprise.
Amazon and eBay executives were last week facing accusations by MPs of selling products in the UK without paying VAT. Populus's Director of Corporate Reputation Research, Ben Lloyd, explores how damaging such accusations can be when it comes to reputation.
Populus consultant Claudia Chwalisz has co-written a guide to understanding the German election with the Legatum Institute's Matthew Elliott. With six parties set to enter parliament, and following the Brexit vote and Donald Trump's election last year, it also explores why populism has failed to take off in Germany.
Populus's Owen Thomas explores the main corporate reputation challenges facing UK companies as a result of recent announcements of the government’s plan to “tackle the unacceptable face of capitalism”. How could these policies impact business reputations?
The Populus MP panel finds that Conservative MPs predict that Boris Johnson will be the next leader of the Conservative Party and Labour MPs envisage Keir Starmer as the next leader of the Labour Party.
Boots and Deliveroo were among some of the most noticed in the world of business in July. How does company reputation impact on public recall of business stories?
Every day Populus tracks the biggest British hashtags, trends and topics online. Read this month's insight into what the country is talking about, watching, and searching for.
What impact can high-profile reputational events have on brands in the competitive airline industry? Populus's Ben Lloyd explores the reality of airlines' reputational challenges.
Populus's Head of Analytics James Kanagasooriam provides analysis of the SNP's performance in June's general election, which saw the party's share of the vote fall from 50% to 36.9%.
Sports Direct's new CFO, an aim of 5-15% growth in the next financial year and subsequent jump in shares sparked optimism. However, Populus's research shows that the company has a long way to go to meet its aim of becoming the "Selfridges of sports".
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.