Nearly nine in ten adults in Great Britain (86%) say they agree that childhood obesity is a serious problem in the UK and seven in ten (69%) say they agree that the new Prime Minister should continue to prioritise reducing childhood obesity.
If they had just 12 months to live, over half of British adults say that organising financial and practical matters (56%) or going on a trip or having an experience they have always wanted to do (54%) are among the things they would most want to do.
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.
Following a survey of 1,002 British adults, conducted by ComRes, BBC Victoria Derbyshire Program has published research showing that 74% of British adults support the government setting maximum caps on private rent prices.
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