Local Government Market Research Insights And Findings

Local Government Market Research

Back to Insights

For updated Local Government insights please follow us on @DJS_LocalGov or use our RSS feed

Local Government Market Research

Below you will find the latest local government market research insights, local government news and research findings. The most recent local government articles can be found at the top.

The local government market research findings have been sourced from the UK, Europe and the rest of the world. Please note that the research projects contained in these articles may or may not have been conducted by DJS Research Ltd.

Simply click on "Read More" to read the full article.

We do hope you find our resource useful! Feel free to share this local government resource with your friends and colleagues. Other sector research findings can be found here: Market Research Insights

Poll Discovers Majority of Londoners Disenchanted with Living in the Capital

29th January 2013 14:34

  An opinion poll carried out recently by YouGov has revealed that despite Olympic efforts to promote London as "the best big city in the world", over half of Londoners would like to live elsewhere. In total, 52% of the capital’s locals… Read more...

Poll Finds 32% of Britons Not Bothered to Recycle

6th September 2011 17:27

A poll of 2,000 people by packing manufacturer Tetra Pak has shown that even though 95% of people think recycling is important, a third of Britons can't be bothered with it. The study to determine recycling habits in the UK has found 40% of those surveyed… Read more...

Survey Uncovers Best and Worst UK Cities for Tipping

28th July 2011 15:51

A survey of 2,000 people in 19 UK cities by technology retailer Best Buy UK has measured the best and worst places in Britain when it comes to tipping. Customers in the white rose county of Yorkshire have been revealed as the worst tippers in the UK. Also… Read more...

Survey Shows Worrying Rise in UK Beach Rubbish

25th April 2011 16:42

A new study by the Marine Conservation Society has revealed a 40% average rise in bathroom rubbish spread over Britain’s beaches in the past year. A range of items were found during the societies Beachwatch Big Weekend last September, reflecting the… Read more...

Keep Britain Tidy Survey Shows Fast-Food Wrappers Are Top Rubbish Culprit

29th March 2011 14:55

A survey of the top brands found littering UK streets, conducted by Keep Britain Tidy, has revealed that fast-food wrappers are the most common culprit in more than half of British cities and towns. Across the UK as a whole, McDonald's was the brand most… Read more...

‹ First  < 7 8 9

© DJS Research 2020