Demand for home electronic interactive services is set to explode according to recent research conducted by MORI.
Home shopping services are likely to be the most popular service with two-thirds of the population saying they
would be interested in using some kind of home shopping services, if they were easily available.
A recent MORI poll indicates that Britain is still divided along lines of class, gender and age where access to, and interest in, IT is concerned.
In a recent MORI survey 7 out of 10 people said that they believe in some form of paranormal activity, with as many as
3 in 10 believing that human beings have had first hand experience of an after-life through near death experiences.
Preliminary results from a global survey on Global Cellular Usage published today confirm reports that Finland and Australia are the world's most connected societies - with over half the population reporting owning a mobile phone connected
The power of public opinion was vividly demonstrated recently in Britain by an event which grabbed the attention of the entire world. Princess Diana, an icon of our time with probably the highest awareness level of anyone in the world, was killed in a car crash and at the age of 36, struck down in the prime of life. Her life was measured in the thousands of extra copies of magazines and newspapers in every language published, when she was the cover picture. Her death became a world-wide public event, with millions who had never met her feeling a personal bereavement.
When it comes to taste in visual art, the British public does not like sharp angles, religious icons or the colours grey, white and fuchsia. Most people like wild animals but hardly anyone wants a naked woman. The favoured size of painting is as large as a dishwasher - and preferably the colour blue. Can these views, generated by an opinion poll especially for "Close Up", create a work of art?
Which? Online launches annual Internet report into consumers' Internet attitudes
European companies are harnessing the true potential of the internet according to a MORI study released today. The study commissioned by Cisco Systems reveals that around half the companies surveyed who have internet access claim significant increases in productivity and efficiency as a result of applying the internet to their overall business strategy.
Minister For The Cabinet Office Announces Second Wave Research Results From The People's Panel
Traditional values are alive and well in the 'caring sharing' 90s with British adults committed to making meal times a family affair, a surprising new survey reveals.