Recent advert lists what British workers are supposed to miss about the workplace – but is it correct?
YouGov's new webinar focused on the digital, media, and technology sector during the COVID-19 pandemic.
How and why Brits listen to the radio.
Which Brits still subscribe to print newspapers?
Brits are more sceptical of TV ads than not - and those who are sceptical of ads are more likely to find them annoying.
YouGov research finds that children mainly listen to music on their phone, and typically through platforms like Spotify and Youtube
YouGov’s new FootballIndex tool lets us rank Premier League clubs by alternative metrics
Britons are reluctant to pay for news subscriptions, and many actually believe that companies putting important stories behind paywalls is wrong
YouGov and the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism have released their 2020 report.
Systems that allow players to spend real money for randomised in-game rewards should be subject to gambling rules, say Brits
Are Britons looking for entertainment or information, while stuck at home during the COVID-19 pandemic?
How has Animal Crossing: New Horizons impacted Nintendo?
Could COVID-19 be the death of the cinema? YouGov data suggests otherwise
A guest article from Professor Will Jennings with YouGov's Chris Curtis
This month, streaming platform Disney+ has achieved the highest uplift in Ad Awareness of any brand in the UK with a +11.2 change in score
Sports fans say they want to see classic highlights, and the likes of Joe Wickes and Mr Motivator fill in for postponed sports coverage
Trust in broadsheet newspaper journalists has hit a six-year high since the 2019 general election, YouGov research shows, but Britons remain sceptical of other papers
At recent climate protests in Bristol Greta Thunberg claimed that the media has ignored the climate crisis, and YouGov research shows that a plurality of Britons agree: 40% say climate change does not get enough attention in the media.
Is female representation in advertising getting better?
Brits still prefer a paperback over an e-book, and most prefer to do their reading before hitting the hay