Savanta ComRes conducts research across social, political, corporate and business life.
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9/03/2020

HARDCASH PRODUCTIONS & CHANNEL 4 DISPATCHES - ATTITUDES TOWARDS CHARITIES AND CELEBRITIES – MARCH 2020

Public poll exploring perceptions towards charities that pay celebrities for publicity and fundraising

4/03/2020

Jerusalem Trust - Church Attendance in England, September 2018

Jerusalem Trust asked Savanta ComRes to explore the nature and frequency of engagement in collective Christian devotional activity in England, to test the widely-held hypothesis that church attendance is declining. This quantitative fieldwork study, carried out by telephone, confirms some points already widely used, and challenges others.

2/03/2020

27/02/2020

Bloodwise GPs Omnibus Research

Bloodwise commissioned Savanta ComRes to conduct research among GPs in order to better understand what would help them identify blood cancer symptoms more effectively. Results show that GPs more commonly select practical matters such as the length of appointment times or on the job training than theoretical resources.

27/02/2020

Unison – Meat Standards Poll, January 2020

Survey of GB public’s opinions on proposed changes to meat quality regulations following Brexit

24/02/2020

LCCI Quarterly Economic Survey Q3 2019

Survey of London businesses on behalf of the LCCI on economic performance.

23/02/2020

Sunday Express Voting Intention and BBC Poll

Poll of GB adults on their voting intentions and attitudes towards the BBC and United Kingdom.

21/02/2020

Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) 2019 Assisted Dying Membership Consultation

The RCGP 2019 Assisted Dying Membership Consultation surveyed RCGP members about what the College's position on the law on assisted dying should be.

19/02/2020

R3 - Personal Debt Snapshot, Wave 26

A survey of British adults on behalf of R3 on the state of their personal finances