Business decision makers say they are well-prepared for Brexit but believe the government has done a “poor job” of consulting and communicating on its plans
YouGov RealTime data shows that many working Brits who hoped for extra money from their employers expect to miss out
Consumer confidence continues to improve for the fifth month in a row even as a second wave of coronavirus looms, according to research from YouGov and the CEBR.
Two in five property sellers expect the pandemic will force them to sell for less, despite the Government’s stamp duty cut triggering a housing market boom
Fewer than four in ten want to leave their house to go to work
On September 4, media reports revealed that Starling Bank would be introducing a “new charging structure” for certain services.
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Renters are much more worried about their job security and finances than homeowners, as the UK goes into the deepest recession on record
They join the half of bosses who were already believers
The pandemic has hit renters hard, with a fifth having to rely on housing benefits and other Government help to keep up with payments
A three-month run of gains in consumer confidence has been brought to an end by a slight dip, according to the latest analysis from YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research.
Only half of Brits have checked their score in the last six months
Brits planning to buy within the next year say the coronavirus crisis has changed their priorities, with outdoor space and home offices now more important
Consumer confidence rises for third consecutive month, entering positive territory for first time since February.
Three in ten also seem to think the outbreak has benefitted key workers
First-time buyers are over twice as likely as the average Brit to have benefitted financially from the coronavirus crisis – but getting a mortgage has become harder
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YouGov’s economic recovery tracker asks Britons how they feel about their family income
YouGov asks more than 27,000 people in 26 countries and regions about their economic circumstances and outlook
Our latest research suggests Brits are keen to shop on the local high street rather than heading to crowded shopping centres