Brits are still very distrustful of Chinese telecoms but are more accepting of European companies
YouGov explores people’s perceptions of probabilities
Londoners are more likely to feel comfortable on the Overground than the Underground
Majority of adults in nearly all English counties would strongly support a local lockdown in their area
Unilever’s PG Tips has launched a new biodegradable plant-based bags made from corn starch, as a response to more consumers actively looking for sustainable products.
Despite a stark warning from the Ambassador, only 16% think Huawei should have a role in the UK 5G network to maintain good trade with China
Despite the global pandemic, Brits still view protecting the environment as a top priority for the country, and think the Government is not doing enough despite today’s £3bn announcement
Levels of stress, happiness and fear have returned to normal after the COVID-19 pandemic, although boredom and frustration remain elevated
Plurality of key workers also say they can’t fully do their jobs while social distancing
Shops are reopening today after months of lockdown, but our data shows that Britons are cautious about returning
New YouGov polling of key workers reveals that a third are also positive for the future of their organisations
YouGov has partnered with the Institute of Global Health Innovation (IGHI) at Imperial College London to gather global insights on people’s behaviours in response to COVID-19, with the data being freely available for public health researchers.
Two in five healthcare workers are having to treat patients both with and without coronavirus, and only 14% have good access to PPE – prompting fears of spreading the disease through hospitals
Most have to wait until age twelve to get their own computer or laptop however
Pet owners in Hong Kong have been advised not to kiss their pets, in order to prevent the spread of coronavirus. But how common is the practice?
After the long-awaited clarity provided by Brexit at the start of the year, February once again felt a little unsteady. Storms Ciara and Dennis brought flooding, coronavirus continued its spread around the globe, Boris Johnson shuffled his Cabinet and Britons waited for the upcoming Budget when they would be able to separate rumour from incoming policy.
The Court of Appeal has thrown an enormous spanner in the works of the planned building of a third runway at Heathrow Airport in London. It says the government’s decision to give the expansion the go-ahead was unlawful because it didn’t take into account its own commitments to tackle climate change.
The government is set to approve the HS2 project, connecting London to Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds. With MPs sitting on both sides of the fence, how does this vast infrastructure project sit with the public?
The environment, sustainability and personal health are increasingly important topics for Britons.
A hidden challenge for policy-makers could be that public environmentalism remains both broad and shallow.