YouGov Marketing News, 18 January 2019
Essential news for marketers, summarised by YouGov3 days ago
One in three Brits feel like they've been judged for how much effort they put into their looks
YouGov research explores why we wear what we wear, and how many of us have have felt judged for the amount of effort we put into our looks3 days ago
John Humphrys - Brexit Stalemate: Where now?
Whether or not the apparently contradictory condition of ‘fevered paralysis’ exists in medicine, it certainly exists in politics and if you want to examine a case of it, take a look at Westminster this weekend.4 days ago
Voting Intention: Conservatives 39%, Labour 34% (13-14 Jan)
Latest YouGov Westminster voting intention figures4 days ago
By 48% to 29%, the public would prefer the Conservatives continue in office to a general election
One in five Labour voters would prefer the Tories stay in place for now over a general election5 days ago
Why is the UK’s electric car adoption so sluggish?
The public are not clear about what monetary benefits, tax incentives or grants that they will receive by switching to an eco-friendly car model.5 days ago
Greggs’ vegan sausage rolls rise to the occasion perfectly
The retail industry has had a difficult time recently but shares in high street bakery Greggs have bucked the trend and hit an all-time high, thanks to some ingenious and topical marketing.5 days ago
Two thirds of your colleagues probably like you – but one in fifty British workers don’t like anyone
One in five of us claim to like everyone at work6 days ago
No-deal Brexit most expected outcome if May’s deal fails
Expectations that a second referendum would follow May's deal being voted down in the Commons have fallen6 days ago
The opposite of enthusiasm: why do people support or oppose the Brexit deal?
A guest commentary by Oxford University's Professor Stephen Fisher and Eilidh Macfarlane, and QMUL's Professor Tim Bale6 days ago