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.
Every day Populus tracks the biggest British hashtags or trends on Twitter, the most watched video on YouTube, and the most searched for term on Google as well as major trends elsewhere. Read this month's insight into what the country is talking about, watching, and searching for.
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?
The UK is preparing to go to the polls at the snap General Election. How does the UK public view party leaders? New Populus research reveals who is seen as 'up to the job' and who is 'out of their depth'.
The General Election is at the stage where the parties announce policies and make manifesto commitments. What are the most recalled policy announcements so far?
Read Populus analysis of the 2017 General Election campaign events so far. How can public recall of campaign events serve to reinforce or challenge views?
Latest trends, polling predictions and Jeremy Corbyn's beard; it can only be our weekly round-up of General Election coverage.
In the month that the US weighed into Syria, Theresa May called a snap election and Brexit rumbled on, Tesco's and United Airlines were most noticed in the world of business in April.
The General Election comes top of this week’s most noticed news stories, having caught the attention of 40% of the public this week.
Populus's social media expert Laurence Stellings reports on the biggest topics this month. Election fever is yet to strike, United's PR disaster, sporting landmarks and tragedy followed by stories of hope are some of April's most talked about topics.
The PM this week announced a snap General Election on 8 June 2017. The surprise General Election has a number of knock-on effects, but what can we learn from previous behaviours and current trends?
Populus's social media expert Laurence Stellings reports on the topics that kept us glued to our smartphones this month. The Westminster Attack, UK politics and sports continued to feature heavily on social media in March.