Retail & consumer

Protests going unnoticed

Protests going unnoticed

Sometimes no change at all can be as interesting as dramatic movements and that is certainly the case when we look at brands that have been targeted by UK Uncut ...

  • What does your phone say about you?

    A recent online study by YouGov for digital banking provider Intelligent Environments has found that smartphone penetration has now reached a third (33%) of ...

  • Making start-ups a success in UK

    A glance at the online sector of our brand perception monitor BrandIndex quickly reveals the truth behind the belief that tech start-up success is ...

  • Consumer confidence concern

    What do politicians, retailers, the media and market researchers have in common? They are all talking, and worrying, about ‘consumer confidence’. Economy is the ...

  • Businesses and the budget

    New online research from YouGov’s SME Omnibus survey reveals that nearly half (48%) of senior decision makers in small and medium enterprises (SME) believe ...

  • Legally high street

    YouGov SixthSense report finds that the public’s interest in using legal services correlates with people’s knowledge of the brand in question, whether or not ...

  • Talking about tobacco

    Some of our British panellists have been discussing the Government’s new anti-smoking measures this week, with opinion divided over plans to ban the display ...

  • iPad2: public perceptions

    Last Wednesday, Apple boss Steve Jobs unveiled the iPad 2, a revised design for the already vastly popular tablet that will become available in ...

  • Public perception of bank results

    The beauty of continuous daily data is that it allows for an instant assessment of how the public is reacting to advertising or events. ...

  • ‘Charging women less is right’

    The majority of the British public believes that it is fair for insurance companies to charge women less for car insurance, in contrast to ...