ComRes conducts research across social, political, corporate and business life.
We are committed to transparency in what we do. All our published polls are accessible in this archive.
A survey of GPs, on behalf of DoctorLink, exploring their perceptions of digital services including apps and triaging services.
The aim of this research is to better understand the prices that people pay in essential markets.
More specifically, it explores what people think and know about the “loyalty penalty” and “personalised pricing”, as well as the way that digital developments may be shaping the way that consumers engage with markets.
A survey of GB adults' opinions on miracles
A survey of adults in 2,036 British adults on voting intention for the Daily Express
Survey of UK adults on time on time spent doing activities such as exercise and using social media or TV on-demand
A survey of adults in 13 constituencies across the UK
Survey of GB adults on perceptions of the Labour Party
Survey of manufacturing business decision makers on behalf of the EEF on the topic of Brexit
Survey of 1,002 British adults, polled via telephone, on their views of Brexit
UK employees’ perceptions of ethics at work, including whether they feel able to speak up if there has been misconduct