The majority of the UK public (72%) cite Brexit as this week's top most noticed news story - a record high for the topic in 2018. Populus looks back at the rise of public awareness of Brexit in 2018.
Christmas can be an overwhelming time for many. Populus found that respondents in the 18-24 age group were more likely to use healthy coping mechanisms such as reaching out to friends and family.
When asked what were the most important features, behaviours and commitments for a responsible business to demonstrate, most MPs named features connected with employment conditions and treatment of employees, according to new research by Populus.
Brexit has become the most noticed news story of the year, with much of the country attuned to the action week by week. Last week, in a record high for the year, when 72 per cent said that Brexit was their most noticed story. That doesn’t mean, though, that people are enthused by or even interested in the subject.
New Populus research published today has revealed widespread critical attitudes among the UK public towards Black Friday/ Cyber Monday, with fears of over-spending, online scams and stress putting people off.
As online shopping places an increasing pressure on our high street shops, Populus surveyed perceptions, for RSPH, around what people think the ‘healthy’ and ‘unhealthy’ outlets are on our high streets.
The Varkey Foundation commissioned Populus to carry out research for their Global Teacher Status Index 2018 across 35 countries. The research suggests that teacher status is rising globally.
Volteface and the Centre for Medicinal Cannabis commissioned Populus to find out more about public perceptions on cannabis. From the 1st November clinicians will be able to prescribe medicinal cannabis here in the UK.
The public may say they are bored of Brexit but they are also paying more attention to it now than ever. This month Brexit became the most noticed news story for a record nine consecutive weeks — the longest period of sustained attention since the referendum.
Populus conducted research on behalf of Which? who published a full report on the consumer impacts of a ‘no deal’ Brexit. Public interest and fears around Brexit appear to be rising.
New research from the Centre for Progressive Policy (CPP) and Populus shows that the public are unaware of the extent of the NHS cash shortfall and struggle with the idea that the extra funding promised would be insufficient given the increasing demand pressures on the NHS.