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YouGov Co-founder Given Government Data Role
Stephan Shakespeare The Board is charged with the general task of setting a strategy for the government to drive economic growth via access to its data sets; and more specifically with unlocking the potential of data held by four 'Trading Funds' - the ...
Gripes give way to stronger capital identity
In a YouGov survey this week, 51 per cent of Britons expressed interest in the games. Though hardly national hysteria, that's better than previous surveys.
Poll: Half of Scots want same-sex marriage decision to go to referendum
Colin Macfarlane, director of Stonewall Scotland, said: "Stonewall Scotland's recent research into Scottish attitudes towards lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people was conducted and approved by YouGov, one of the most reputable and well-known ...
Round the clock food to go trialled by Tesco
Tesco is testing plans for sweeping changes to its food offer with a food to go area in which products are changed on shelf throughout the day in a bid to maximise sales.
UK Stumble Fuels Austerity Debate
A recent survey by pollsters YouGov PLC found just 15% of Britons think Mr. Osborne is doing a good job as chancellor—down from 34% in March last year.
Too Busy for that Software Update? Survey Says: Join the Club
The survey was administered online to American, British, and German consumers who are part of the YouGov Plc GB panel. Credit: Skype (Click image to enlarge.
British Market Drops 1.8% After 2011-12
... mainly due to the economy as families struggle to pay for their child's first ski experience on a school trip - which has been attributed as being the biggest single source of new skiers according to new YouGov research, commissioned by TUI Travel PLC.
Crooked Bankers Are Corrupting Government: The Real LIBOR Story
Reuters now reports that "More than a dozen banks... including Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase & Co, Deutsche Bank, HSBC Holdings Plc, UBS and Royal Bank of Scotland" have been implicated in the LIBOR scandal. Of course they have. Banks were allowed to ...