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Global Survey Finds Young Brits Most Addicted to Social Media

22nd September 2011 17:55

A global survey commissioned by Cisco of college students and professionals who are 30 years old or younger, has discovered that British students are the most easily distracted by social media. Over nine out of ten UK students delve into Facebook, Twitter… Read more...

Bing Survey Discovers UKs Top Rated Cities to Live In

5th July 2011 18:12

York has been voted as both the most beautiful city in the UK and as the place most Brits would love to live, according to a new survey by search engine Bing. Councillor John Galvin, York's Deputy Lord Mayor, commented: “I'm not surprised by… Read more...

Ford Poll Reveals Extent of Publics Parallel Parking Fears

22nd June 2011 16:49

The results of a recent Europe-wide poll commissioned by the Ford Motor Company has shown that one in three people (32%) can’t parallel park at the first try, and the task also ranks high as one of life’s most stressful moments. Further results… Read more...

AA Roadside Survey Discovers Worst Areas in UK for Not Wearing Seatbelts

15th June 2011 16:50

A market research study on behalf of the Automobile Association (AA) has revealed that one in 20 drivers do not wear a seatbelt. The roadside survey logged 40,000 cars with the help of 400 volunteers across the UK in April and May – it found a general… Read more...

Study Shows Majority of British Car Owners Feel Ripped Off By High Fuel Costs

8th June 2011 18:06

A poll of 2,500 UK drivers by Admiral has shown that 92% of British car owners feel 'ripped off' by current fuel prices. The 2011 Admiral Survey of Motorists also demonstrated that over half (51%) of those who took part in the study are cutting back… Read more...

Research Reveals Traffic Reduction on UK Roads Thanks to Car Club Schemes

5th May 2011 15:32

Car use, car ownership and motoring costs are seeing a dramatic reduction thanks to increasing numbers of the public joining car clubs, a new study has revealed. The study by sustainable transport charity Carplus has shown that 32% of car club users have… Read more...

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