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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 ...
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 ...
75% want an independent Scotland to be a member of Nato, poll finds
Delegates at the party conference in October will decide whether they should permit an independent Scotland to remain in Nato or continue to resist membership of the organisation.
How occupational health can help to manage presenteeism
Mind and YouGov (2009). “Men and mental health - get it off your chest”. Munir F, Yarker J, Haslam C, Long H, Leka S, Griffiths A, Cox C (2007).
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.
Osborne's Economy Plan Draws Fire as Critics Question Competence  Bloomberg
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.
New U.K. Strategy Urged as Triple-Dip Recession Predicted
A YouGov Plc poll for today's Sunday Times newspaper put Labour at 42 percent, ahead of Cameron's Conservatives at 33 percent.
U.K. Consumer Confidence Stalls as Recession Deepens, GfK Says
A YouGov Plc poll published in the Sunday Times newspaper yesterday put Labour at 42 percent, ahead of Prime Minister David Cameron's Conservatives at 33 percent.
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.