What do you think is right and wrong? And do you know why? What makes you behave the way you do? How do you make your day-to-day decisions? We get a snapshot of morality in the UK in 2019 and understand where our values come from.
First Savanta ComRes GE2019 Voting Intention poll on behalf of the Sunday Telegraph. Includes trust towards each of the parties across various metrics and attitudes towards various potential coalitions if no party achieves an overall majority.
First Savanta ComRes GE2019 Voting Intention poll on behalf of the Daily Telegraph. Includes attitudes towards potential manifesto polices, which party is running the better campaign, and general views towards each of the parties and their leaders.
This year’s survey provides an update on businesses’ approaches to recruitment and the impact of the Apprenticeship Levy. It also considers the interaction between businesses and London boroughs, measuring the satisfaction rating for a range of local government services, as well as business support for giving London councils greater local control across a range of activities.
A survey to measure and track ongoing public awareness and perceptions of the Paralympic Games and ParalympicsGB. The research aimed to uncover the wider social impact of the Paralympic Games on perceptions of disabilities.
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.
A survey amongst adults in 7 EU countries (UK, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, Poland and Belgium) to understand their perceptions on the welfare of chickens raised for meat (broiler chickens) in the EU
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.
“We were so pleased with the results of the polling we commissioned through Savanta ComRes. Katie and her team were a steady hand of expertise throughout the whole process and worked quickly and professionally to meet our deadlines. The polling provided us with a hook that was instrumental in enabling our campaign to take light more quickly and gain a wider reach.”
Home for Good
“I would have absolutely no hesitation in recommending Charu, Rachel, and the rest of the Savanta ComRes team to any colleague who is interested in commissioning some polling. At every stage of our research with NHS leaders (from designing the questions, finding the right sample, going to field, analysing the results, and checking that we represented the findings accurately in our report), the team at Savanta ComRes were just brilliant – professional, responsive, expert, and enthusiastic about helping us achieve what we were after. I will definitely be working with them again in the future.”
Faculty of Public Health
“Savanta ComRes led a very substantial and complex data project for us with really expert advice and guidance to make sure we got the best possible quality data. With the help and support of Savanta ComRes consultants and in house data experts we managed to put together a potentially very difficult project on time and to the highest quality. They understand their clients and what matters to them."
Centre for Social Justice
Savanta ComRes were an absolute joy to work with. We needed a punchy poll-based story for the launch of the latest phase of our Choose Psychiatry recruitment campaign and Savanta ComRes delivered that in buckets, with the story getting national television, radio and print coverage as well as online.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists
Savanta ComRes help us produce data that our members value and allows us to communicate effectively to policymakers and the media about issues that are important to recruiters.
Our latest survey of London businesses on behalf of the @londonchamber finds three quarters (73%) of London business decision-makers saying that HS2 costs too much, and two thirds (64%) saying that it has or will cause too much disruption.
We polled (via @SavantaComRes) 508 London businesses of varying sizes & sectors about #HS2. Results show firms see merits to London & the UK but nearly three quarters (73%) say HS2 costs too much. And 64% say is too disruptive to construct. More say not a necessity than is. (1/2)