Consumer confidence hovers perilously close to negative territory - a foreboding milestone it has avoided for six years - according to the latest analysis from YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research.
With the CMA (Competition in Markets Authority) having recently published their second set of bank satisfaction results, the focus on understanding the key drivers of customer advocacy has never been greater for banks and building societies.
Apple recently launched its own credit card in the US which works through Apple Pay, and has plans to offer it in the UK soon.
The latest analysis from YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research shows that most Britons expect the country to be in recession this time next year.
A new Prime Minister is in place and yet No Deal Brexit seems more and more likely as time passes. Amid this uncertainty the latest analysis from YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research shows that consumer confidence stayed static at 105.1 throughout June and July.
Study of earning expectations uncovers a significant gender gap, and reveals that younger people may be overly optimistic about their earning power
Popularity, trustworthiness and competence: YouGov charts public opinion at the very beginning of Johnson’s premiership
Party members overwhelmingly see Corbyn as having the right priorities for the country, but are less sure he’s been handling the job well
Last year, 6% of UK adults changed mobile phone network – roughly 2.9 million people, or more than the population of Greater Manchester. But who are the winners and losers of this churn?
YouGov has conducted focus groups to understand those whose EU referendum vote and party alignment seem to conflict: Leave voters who vote for Remain parties, and Remain voters who now back Brexiteer parties.