Between January and March, Yonder surveyed 90 MPs in the latest wave of our parliamentary research.
Between November 2020 and January 2021 Yonder surveyed 90 MPs in the latest wave of Yonder’s parliamentary research. The research – conducted while the coronavirus pandemic meant different restrictions were introduced in different parts of the UK – found that: MPs across the House of Commons remain most concerned about healthcare and the NHS amid […]
New Yonder polling conducted among 4,174 UK adults between 11-14 January 2021 has found that: Since December, there has been a large increase in the UK population’s willingness to be vaccinated against COVID-19. Some groups – including some ethnic minority groups and younger age groups – do, however, appear less willing than others. There is […]
The latest Yonder polling finds approval of the UK Government’s response to COVID-19 has reached its lowest point in 2020.
With the COVID-19 vaccine being rolled out, attention is turning to the post-pandemic recovery. We asked opinion formers their expectations of the UK Government’s economic priorities and how these could impact the reputations of big businesses.
As we shift from the UK’s second lockdown toward the tiered reality of the coming months, we explore the impact COVID-19 has had on UK’s businesses and their reputations. While supermarkets came out on top, airlines took a nosedive.
The beginning of November 2020 saw the US presidential election overtake coronavirus as the most noticed news story. But, since the outcome of the US election has become clear, the public have resumed its focus on the virus.
In September and October 2020 Yonder surveyed 99 MPs in the latest wave of Yonder’s parliamentary research.