The coronavirus outbreak has made 44% of Brits feel less financially secure – but a small minority have seen their savings increase and debts go down
Businesses have won praise (and numerous positive headlines) for these efforts, they’ve also received criticism – both before and now during the pandemic. Some argue that these charitable donations are dwarfed by what they owe in unpaid tax.
The restaurant and dining sector has been put on hold by the lockdown, but are Britons still ordering their favourite dishes for takeout, and will they return after the pandemic subsides?
Panic buying in supermarkets seems to have subsided, but lockdown restrictions remain in place, so what can YouGov Plan and Track data reveal about the effects COVID-19 has had on the FMCG sector?
The coronavirus lockdown has now confined Britons to their homes for five weeks, apart from essential journeys. In recognition of everybody driving less, and the subsequent profit made from reduced insurance claims, Admiral has offered £110 million back to their car and van customers as part of a ‘Stay at Home Refund’.
New YouGov data reveals the scope of the challenge for UK challenger banks.
With many countries on total lockdown and others closing shops, cafes and restaurants to prevent the spread of disease, COVID-19 is having a tremendous downward effect on the global economy.
YouGov's new white paper reveals the country's most pressing corporate concerns.
One in eight have ditched companies for treating employees badly, while 14% have left thanks to a poor environmental record, corporation tax evasion or profiteering.
YouGov analysis of consumers and corporate reputation.