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Predicting and managing reputational crisis: CEOs In Conversation with Stephan Shakespeare, Chief Executive & Co-Founder, YouGov YouGov-Cambridge’s forum on Reputation in the Age of Protest hosted a discussion amongst leading CEOs in front of an invited audience. Stephan Shakespeare, CEO and co-founder of YouGov, was joined in conversation by Martin ...
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Approval of David Cameron has started to slowly recover after a sharp drop in May, although it remains negative. George Osborne, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband’s ratings all continue to fall in September’s approval poll. Two thirds of respondents reject the idea of referendums on House of Lords reform and ...
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50% of public think Andrew Mitchell’s ‘plebs’ row shows that Tory MPs see themselves as better than ordinary people. Our poll reveals that 60% of the public believe that Andrew Mitchell’s outburst ‘showed his true feelings’, and 50% think his behaviour and attitudes reflect those of other Conservative MPs. Last ...
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A majority (63%) of people in Britain think that the government’s proposal for owner-employee schemes is a bad idea, according to a YouGov poll. The employee-owner schemes were announced by Chancellor George Osborne in his speech at the Conservative Party Conference. This change in employment law would enable employees to ...
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Less than one in four teachers are in favour of ‘Gove levels’ Less than a quarter of teachers in England (22%) support the Government’s plans to scrap GCSEs in favour of the new English Baccalaureate (EBacc) qualification, and half (50%) oppose the change, according to a YouGov survey. The results ...
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