Exploring Monzo, Starling, and Revolut customers - with a little help from YouGov Profiles.
Consumer confidence figures have slowly improved in the latest analysis from YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr)
Even consumers who see crypto as "the future" are not necessarily willing to fully embrace it.
Britons are planning on spending £200 less than they did last year
Those who have experienced bank fraud are more likely to have experienced identiy fraud.
With the lockdown set to end soon, will adults be hitting the shops or sticking to online orders?
Consumer confidence is rebounding slightly with households feeling more upbeat about their finances and house prices, the latest analysis from YouGov and the Centre for Economics and Business Research (Cebr) shows
A quarter of workers have “much more” annual leave left than this time last year, averaging 17 days still to take at a time when there are only 27 working days left in the year!
Most people have heard of Black Lives Matter UK but many other anti-racism organisations struggle with awareness
The coronavirus crisis has made people across the world think twice before paying in cash, but in many countries this is seen as a positive development
Most firms say they have had bad guidance on Brexit, if they’ve had any at all
Employees from BAME backgrounds are more anxious than White workers about the coronavirus crisis threatening job security and career progression
Debt Tracker data suggests people from Britain’s Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities have suffered a large financial hit from COVID-19
New research among over 1,000 Britons living with disability released on twenty fifth anniversary of the Disability Discrimination Act
Monzo has had a tough 2020 so far. During the COVID-19 pandemic, the challenger bank has laid off employees, doubled its losses, and faced difficult questions about its viability as a “going concern”.
Consumer confidence is starting to slip again as worries about household finances and property value drive down previous optimism
British businesses are the most likely to feel adequately supported among the large European economies – but their outlook is also the most pessimistic
The public are not convinced by the Government’s position that freeing some developers from making a proportion of new homes affordable will lead to more building
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