Britons say more needs to be done to encourage recycling
More frequent collections, local recycling facilities and cash incentives would encourage Britons to recycle more of their waste13 days ago
Britons increasingly likely to blame climate change for 'drought'
YouGov Custom research indicates that Britons are less likely now than in 2012 to blame the actions of water companies and more likely to focus on climate change.over 1 year ago
What kind of people won’t cut down their water use during a shortage?
YouGov Profiles reveals the characteristics setting apart those who would and would not conserve water when askedover 1 year ago
Homebase’s consumer perception declines after news of sale
Last week, in another dent to bricks and mortar retail, Homebase announced it had been sold to retail restructuring firm Hilco for a sum of just £1.over 1 year ago
What makes someone “ordinary”?
YouGov Profiles reveals the key differences between Brits who consider themselves “ordinary” and those who do notover 1 year ago
Smart meter coverage doubles in a year
The number of people with smart meters has doubled in the past year, something that has coincided with a slight increase in consumers’ positive perceptions of utilities providers, new research from YouGov suggests.over 2 years ago
Large numbers think switching energy provider “isn’t worth it”
Many consumers aren't changing energy suppliers as they don’t think they'll get enough out of switchingalmost 3 years ago
Utilities: switchers and smaller suppliers
The utilities market has long been dominated by the “Big Six”, but recent YouGov research showsabout 3 years ago
E.On heads into winter with strongest brand health in five years
E.On goes into the winter months with its strongest brand health in five years despite its recent fine from the energy regulatorabout 4 years ago
Just over half say they understand their gas and electricity charges
The Utilities Tracker report shows that 56% of bill-paying adults say they know what their bills meanover 4 years ago