Savanta ComRes conducted polling among residents in five city regions (London, Manchester, Liverpool, the West Midlands and Tees Valley) about their mayors and priorities for politicians in their city at the moment.
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.
Survey of adults living in the St Edmundsbury and Forest Heath District council areas, on behalf of the two councils, on their views towards the proposals to create a new single District-level Council for both areas.
Despite a narrowing of the lead over the election campaign the Conservatives still enjoy a 10 point lead over the Labour Party in ComRes’s final Voting Intention poll of the 2017 General Election campaign.
A new ComRes poll for The Sun confirms the Conservative Party’s successful courtship of 2015 UKIP voters, with half (48%) of then now saying they will vote Conservative. Meanwhile UKIP are struggling to retain even a quarter of those who voted for them in 2015 (23%).
The Prime Minister’s personal rating has turned negative for the first time in a Savanta ComRes poll since becoming Prime Minister, but the Conservative Party’s lead of 12 points is unchanged since last week.
Survey of adults living in Suffolk Coastal and Waveney District council areas, on behalf of the two councils, on their views towards the proposals to merge into a new ‘super district’ council for East Suffolk.
Survey of adults in Greater Manchester, Liverpool city-region, Sheffield city-region, the North East, Tees Valley and the West Midlands on perceptions of the 2017 elections for mayor in these city-regions, on behalf of Centre for Cities
“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.
🚨1/ Latest polling from Savanta ComRes shows that a majority of English adults support each of the new restrictions to reduce the transmission of coronavirus that the Government has introduced, but still feel that the new measures aren’t strict enough.