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Ethical shopping

Ethical shopping

Many UK consumers would prefer to shop at stores with reputable ethics records that exhibit corporate social responsibility, but a much smaller number buy exclusively from companies whose ethics they ... (Comments: 0)

  • Price of plastic

    Public opinion on the issue of charging for plastic bags is decidedly mixed, a new ethical living report from YouGov SixthSense reveals. 32% of ... (Comments: 0)

  • The film's bright

    50% of UK consumers think that going to the cinema has become too expensive, YouGov SixthSense research into the leisure industry reveals. The report ... (Comments: 0)

  • Measures for health

    The majority of Brits would support bold governmental policies in an attempt to protect public health, according to research for the Faculty of Public ... (Comments: 0)

  • TV ads most memorable

    Television was the most memorable type of advertising in 2010 and had the greatest impact according to a recent YouGov / Deloitte report for ... (Comments: 0)

  • Television is going social

    The relationship between television and social media is becoming increasingly intertwined, particularly amongst younger generations, according to a recent YouGov / Deloitte report for ... (Comments: 0)

  • Big is best for travel

    Many among our panel are wary of booking holidays with smaller travel and flight operators in the wake of the collapse of British company ... (Comments: 0)

  • Pitter-patter of BT feet

    Telecommunications company BT’s popularity has dropped after their highly publicised television advertisement, in which viewers were able to vote to decide whether a long-running ... (Comments: 0)

  • Product placement

    The British public is split in their support and opposition of the recent decision by Ofcom to relax its product placement rules in TV ... (Comments: 0)

  • Generation brew

    New research from YouGov SixthSense reveals that a generational divide exists in UK coffee consumption. 83% of over 55s has drunk a cup of ... (Comments: 0)