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.
Analysis on why the result of the London mayoral election was a continuation of the General Election rather than a significant change for either party.
An investigation into the differences between phone and online polling for the UK’s EU membership referendum
With a month to go, our weekly tracker reveals the public hasn't quite tuned in to the EU referendum debate yet.
This month Tata Steel dominates business news. The story, noticed by 41% of British adults, has remained the most significant business story for four weeks.
Analysis of backing for Remain and Leave suggests the country is sharply divided on the issue of Brexit on educational, income, age, and geographical grounds.
Rich, untrustworthy, good for London, out of touch: Londoners give us their verdict on Zac Goldsmith and Sadiq Khan.
As well as asking MPs to name their favourite of this famous Elizabethan's plays, we found out what our panel thinks about the amount of British history being taught in schools.
Will a self-regulation approach be enough to safeguard public confidence in the relationship between Big Pharma and healthcare professionals?
Writing in City A.M, Vince Cable, Stephen Kinnock and Populus Co-Founder Andrew Cooper argue that restoring trust in capitalism means moving beyond ideology.
Could giving consumers an immediate link between the energy content of foods and the exercise required to work it off help to reduce obesity?