Our final poll, the councils to watch on referendum night and our round-up of the best analysis from Populus and elsewhere.
An investigation into the differences between phone and online polling for the UK’s EU membership referendum
In our latest research report ‘The sluggish, the savvy and the downright promiscuous – the truth about energy customer behaviour’, we explore how factors like service, price and incentives affect energy supplier loyalty and to what extent.
Today, on the final day of the campaign, the polls suggest Remain has the smallest of advantages over the Brexit campaign.
Having now carried out the last of our EU TTMN polls, we can officially confirm that the run-away most noticed referendum news story is…’nothing’.
Our analytics expert discusses why the EU Referendum is above all a question of Englishness.
Last month the collapse of BHS - the biggest high street bust since the collapse of Woolworths in 2008 - dominated business news.
From the latest ‘shocking video’, to new ‘heart-warming stories’, or celebrities, business leaders, and politicians ‘speaking out’, the stories that trend, go viral, and capture attention on social media change constantly.
A majority of both MPs and members of the public, regardless of the outcome they would personally prefer, believe that the result of the upcoming EU referendum is going to be a Remain victory.
The composition of the House changed significantly following the last General Election. But which of the 182 new MPs has made the biggest contribution so far? We asked their fellow Members on the Populus MP Panel to tell us.
Research findings for WWF-UK reveal 18-34 year olds are more likely to eat at restaurants where they are told about how their food arrived on their plate.