If you need to know what Westminster MPs think, whether to check your reputation, understand support for an issue or develop public affairs activity, we can find out quickly and cost effectively:
*Timings to be agreed with YouGov before fieldwork begins and restrictions may apply. Fieldwork when House isn't sitting may not be possible
Our results, collected online and certified, provide the views of 100 MPs and are representative of the House by party, region, gender and time in Parliament (small weightings may be applied).
YouGov provides free questionnaire design support, data tables and PowerPoint results charts, plus data split by party, region, gender, marginality and time in Parliament. Additional analysis available on request.
Parallel surveys with other groups such as Peers, opinion leaders, journalists, devolved parliament/ assembly members, MEPs and consumer groups can also be run.
All fieldwork is scheduled to run whilst the House is sitting. Fieldwork dates for 2016 are provisional and subject to change once recess dates are announced. Changes to this timetable may occur – for latest details please contact YouGov directly.
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The YouGov Healthcare Professionals Survey provides access to a representative sample of those employed in the NHS and the wider private healthcare sector.
From questions ranging from their working environment and their experiences, to topical policy issues – this survey provides a chance to tap into the insight those in this sector have to offer.
The survey runs as an omnibus, so you would pay-per-question, allowing you to gain access to this specialised group in a cost-effective way without having to commission a full survey or an entire research project.
YouGov’s experience with the healthcare sector provides guidance on the wording of your questions, and our statistics experts deliver a comprehensive set of results for your use.
Our Healthcare Professionals panel is representative of the sector as a whole including a breakdown of the workforce by public and private sector. Within the public sector – which is comprised of the NHS, our panel accounts for the proportion each occupation represents in the service. We are also able to break this down by the type of service they work for, the length of their employment within the sector, frontline staff and many other categories.
The Healthcare Professionals Survey runs regularly matching demand on a question-by question basis.
For access to 1,000 NHS employees (representative by occupation), and 250 private healthcare employees:
Other sample types or boosts may be requested, and extra analysis of other groupings are available.
This product offers you access to teachers' opinions and insights on a range of issues that are important to your organisation.
Teacher Track is a fast turnaround survey that enables you to access up-to-the minute views from teachers on a range of topical issues. The survey runs on an omnibus, so you pay-per-question, which allows you to gain insight without having to commission a full survey or research project.
YouGov's experience in the education sector provides advice and guidance on question wording, and our statistical teams provide a comprehensive set of results for you to use.
Our teacher panel represents the whole teaching workforce: from head teachers to newly qualified classroom teachers, drawn from a sample of maintained primary and secondary schools in England. We are also able to develop bespoke samples of teachers covering certain subjects, to offer you added value.
The Teacher Track is commissioned on a question-by-question basis to our panel of primary and secondary teachers.
For 750 primary and secondary teachers:
Higher samples are available on request and bespoke samples of primary school teachers, secondary school teachers and subject teachers can be created.
To supplement the insight gained from Teacher Opinion Track we are also able to survey children and young people.