YouGov's new white paper delves into Europeans' motivations for buying electric cars.
YouGov looks at the European electric car market in 2020.
Londoners are more likely to feel comfortable on the Overground than the Underground
The transition to electric cars and away from petrol and diesel vehicles has led to a fundamental shift in the European automotive market. But are consumers ready to change lanes?
Bike sales increased by 63% year-on-year between April and June 2020 and Halfords has been among those leading the push with greatly improved brand health throughout the duration of the pandemic.
Cyclists are split over the issue, but the general population think they should
Boris Johnson told us this week that we’d reached the end of the beginning, the beginning of the end or some other such echo of his hero Churchill.
Flybe’s competitors are facing increasing pressure from the coronavirus outbreak, and have a lot to gain from its collapse
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 Czech automotive brand continues a UK turnaround decades in the making
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?
As the railway is threatened with nationalisation, Stephan Shakespeare explains why even a significant improvement in buzz hasn't been enough to revive its flagging fortunes.
British airline Flybe, known for being the largest independent regional airline in Europe, entered the New Year reporting financial difficulties and that the brand was at risk of collapsing.
Over half of women in London have been victim to some kind of unwanted sexual behaviour, with more than one in ten having been flashed by a stranger
Nissan chief executive Hiroto Saikawa is stepping down after becoming embroiled in the latest round of financial controversy to rock the Japanese car giant. Saikawa admitted that he had been improperly overpaid in his role, with payments which were not illegal, but were against company policy.
Are Britons happy with their car insurance? Our new whitepaper, Better safe than sorry, highlights some of the key factors be driving customer dissatisfaction.
Despite government efforts to get more people on public transport to cut congestion and pollution, Britons would still rather hop in the car
Nissan has abandoned plans to build the new X-Trail SUV at its Sunderland plant, claiming that they had taken the decision for “business reasons” but tellingly also warning that uncertainty over Brexit was making it hard for businesses to plan for the future.
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.
Ahead of the annual outcry over rail fare increases, YouGov shows that freezing fares would benefit more Brits on high incomes than low incomes