Active Lives Survey 2019/20: How do you run a school-based survey when children are not at school?
Dr. Margaret Blake looks at how conducting Active Lives Survey research among school pupils during the pandemic has encouraged innovation while gathering important evidence on the impact of the pandemic on children’s lives.
Climate Change: Britons still want government to prioritise environment over economy
Over half of Britons feel government should prioritise the environment over the economy in wake of the pandemic, even if this means slower economic growth or job loss. Britons are more likely to feel renewable energy and obliging owners to insulate their homes are very acceptable initiatives to reduce greenhouse emissions compared to the global average.
Current account switching has been on hiatus for the last six months. Will things start to turn around as we approach the end of 2020?
Leo Brownstein of the Financial Research Survey team looks at the impact the COVID-19 pandemic has had on current account switching, and why things might start to pick up in 2021.
Research into the customs intermediaries sector: Wave 1 summary report
This summary report presents the key findings from the Wave 1 survey conducted by Ipsos MORI into the customs intermediaries sector, as well as the sizing exercise undertaken in partnership with Perspective Economics, on behalf of Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC).