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					Covid-19 Statement: Open for Business!
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					Collaborative competition amongst water companies: an oxymoron or an achievable ambition?
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					Just how much can you learn about market research in a week? Quite a lot, according to our recent work experience guests!
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	Forget endless tea rounds or hours standing over the photocopier - a work placement at DJS Research offers students the chance to see what a typical day in market research looks like across a number of departments, as well as learn more about the wider industry. 

	 

	Our most recent guests, who were from a local high school, were given the opportunity to try their hand at a variety of tasks spending time across research, data and operations, our telephone unit (CATI), and our creative department. 

	 

	After a big welcome and an overview of the company by HR Manager, Lucy Pawson, Kieran and Finley spent time in Data Services and Data Support to learn more about the world of operations, followed by half a day in our CATI telephone unit where they had the opportunity to conduct a telephone interview themselves. The students also worked alongside Research Manager, Emma Lay, where they gained real insight into the working world of market research and had the chance to sit in on company presentations. 

	 

	Time was also spent within our creative department, learning about our various market research outputs as well as being shown how to create an animated storyboard - which they had a go at themselves. 

	 

	To wrap things up, DJS Research MD, Danny, spent time chatting to them about the business and how the Company has grown to where it has today.

	

	 

	
		 
	
		"It was great to welcome Kieran and Finley to the team for a week," said HR Manager, Lucy.  "They really got stuck in and enjoyed a full week of learning and engaging with the world of market research."
	
		 
	
		"They arrived with a great attitude and were friendly and professional from the start. The feedback we had from the various departments was extremely positive. We hope they found their time with us useful and we wish them all the very best for the future."
	
		 
	
		But what did our workies make of their experience? 
	
		 


	
	
		Kieran's feedback:
	
		"My time at DJS Research was a great opportunity for me to learn what life will be like once I leave school. It has been very enjoyable to work with the different teams - and even have a go myself," he said. 
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					We're excited to welcome some new team members to DJS Research
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					Utilities, the General Election and renationalisation; it all got a bit emotional didn't it? Let's keep it going!
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					DJS Research staff celebrate more than six decades of loyalty
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					DJS Research - Review of the Year 2019
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					Research Report: Public perceptions of virtual leisure time
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		DJS Research are pleased to announce publication of a new report looking in to public perceptions of virtual reality, particularly in the context of leisure activities.
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					DJS Research Ltd wins top UK contract for Cultural Market Research
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	We are thrilled to announce that DJS Research has been awarded one of the biggest contracts for cultural market research in the UK. Over the next four years, we will be working alongside some of the nation's leading museums and cultural venues to deliver transformative insight.  

	 

	We were awarded the sought-after contract following an extensive review and selection process which saw our researchers pitch to a prestigious consortium of 18 museums and cultural venues including The British Museum, Natural History Museum, Tate and VA (you can see the full list below).

	 

	The contract will see us conduct audience research for the consortium at sites across London as well as Manchester, Liverpool and St. Ives. 

	 

	

	
		Not only will our research help the consortium identify opportunities to further engage visitors, it will also help them navigate some of the wider challenges facing the cultural sector. 
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					Ringing the alarm for water companies; regulation by social contract is going to require them all to raise their game
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		By Alex McCluckie, Associate Director. Email Alex 
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					A towering success!  DJS' big day out to Blackpool
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		Didn't we have a lovely time, the day we went to Blackpool...
	
		Roller coasters, fish and chips, 2p machines and the best of British weather; the last Friday in September marked our first company-wide outing to the great Lancashire seaside town famed for its Victorian Tower, donkey rides and sticks of peppermint rock.
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					Learn more about your alumni relationship with our alumnus offer
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	DJS Research's alumnus offer helps HEIs better understand their alumni relationship...

	 

	
		Would you like to know more about the health of your alumni relationship, see how your institution compares to other HEIs and learn more about ways you can improve?  
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					35 miles in "one day" - DJS Research take on the Gritstone Trail for the Thomas Theyer Foundation
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		Written by James Hinde, Research Director. Contact James here  


	One rainy July, DJS Research staff came together and battled the elements to complete the 35-mile Gritstone Trail from Kidsgrove in Staffordshire, to Disley on the outskirts of Cheshire – all to raise money for our charity of the year, The Thomas Theyer Foundation. Research Director, James Hinde, recounts the tale; rain, blisters and all...

	 

	 

	A confession
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					DJS Research in the Headlines - Water Matters Report 2018
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			A piece of research conducted by DJS Research for the Consumer Council for Water (CCWater) has been making a splash in the media since it was published earlier this month. 
		
			 
		
			The research questioned 5158 customers across England and Wales to get feedback on satisfaction levels across a variety of areas including water services, sewerage services, value for money and billing. It found most were satisfied with the service they receive (90% for water and 85% for sewerage), however, satisfaction levels were much lower (63%) when it came to fairness of charges. 
		
			 
		
			 
		
			
		
			
				 
			
				 
			
				
					The research also found that satisfaction levels in both water and sewerage services has fallen significantly since last year's research. This year, 90% of customers report being satisfied with services - compared to 92% in 2017. Similarly, 85% of respondents reported they are satisfied with sewerage services - a drop from 88% 12 months ago.
				
					 
				
					Satisfaction levels when it comes to value for money have stayed the same as last year, at 72% (water) and 75% (sewerage).
				
					 
				
					The research survey also found that customers in Wales are more satisfied with the services and value they receive from their water company than those in England.
			
		
		
			 
		
			Findings from the report have been published in national media including the Metro and The Times, with CCWater advocating the industry builds a 'stronger relationship' with their customers and taking any concerns they have seriously.  
		
			 
		
			Speaking about the findings of the research, CCWater head of policy, Dr Mike Keil commented: 
		
			 
		
			"Customers perceptions over the fairness of their bills have languished behind satisfaction with service for almost a decade and companies cannot afford to ignore people's concerns any longer.
		
			 
		
			"Fairness reflects people's wider views and confidence in the industry and companies that are complacent run the risk of increasing discontent among their customers."
		
			 
		
			The data from the Water Matters research is shared with water companies so they can 'further unpick' why customers hold their views as well as use it alongside their own research.  
		
			 
		
			"We are keen for our research to be widely used to help drive positive change in the water sector, " said Keil. "It's clear from this year's results and the long-term trends that there are lots of opportunities for companies to utilise and build on this data to improve the services they provide and the perceptions their customers hold."
		
			 
		
			View the report:
		
			 
		
			Watter Matters Survey 2018 - Highlights
		
			Water Matters Survey 2018 - Full Report 
		
			 
		
			 
	
	
		 


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	Introducing the Industry: A Tale of Work Experience at DJS Research...

	 

	Who let the dogs out - and then brought them to work! Bring Your Dog To Work Day comes to DJS Research

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					Who let the dogs out - and then brought them to work! Bring Your Dog To Work Day comes to DJS Research
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					Introducing the Industry: A Tale of Work Experience at DJS Research...
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		A work experience placement at DJS Research offers students, or those who are thinking about a career change, the opportunity to get a feel for the market research industry and see what it's like to work at a busy agency. With no two days the same, students get to spend time with researchers, the creative and social media teams and with the telephone interviewing department to gain a real insight to what we do here - and hopefully learn a thing or two along the way! Last week we welcomed A Level student, Francesca, who excelled in every area she turned her hand to and has written a few words about her time with us...
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					All change for DJS Research commuters! Northern Rail offers additional stops at Strines Station after years of campaigning
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					Gen Z are a driving force in the current retail evolution climate
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		Written by Gill Redfern, Research Director. Contact Gill here
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					Calling Researchers With Experience Of Working Within The Culture Sector - We Are Recruiting!
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            Our culture team currently works with a wide variety of cultural and commercial visitor attractions, supporting them in understanding who their audiences are and using research to develop strategic plans. This includes us carrying out one of the largest research projects for a number of leading museums and galleries and lots of other exciting projects for culture and heritage clients.
        
        
        
            We are looking for researchers, ideally Research Managers, but other levels may also be considered, with experience of working in the culture sector; all-rounders, experienced, with both qualitative and quantitative skills, looking for a challenge and comfortable with working within a fast-paced and growing environment.
        
        
        
            If you are interested, please send us your details: Culture Market Research Job
        
    
    
    
        
             
        
    

    
    
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					User Research (User Experience Research / UX)
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 User research encompasses a range of approaches which can utilised to understand how users experience or use a product or service and what they expect from it. When interacting with a product or service, people are not typically seeking the interaction itself, but rather the end result or the solution to a problem. In the long run, successful user research and on-going user experience research will save time and development costs. It is a wider field but includes User Experience (UX) research.
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 The Paradox of Specificity is a user research and user experience theory which suggests that adapting our efforts to the needs of a more specific group will result in solutions (products, concepts, services) which are actually useful to a much wider audience.
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					Telephone surveys
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 Telephone surveys utilised computer aided telephone interviewing (CATI) to undertake market research via the phone. With CATI interviews, participants respond to interviewer questions and their responses are recorded on a computer screen.
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 Social media monitoring involves using a tool or range of tools to listen to what is being said across the internet, with a particular focus on social media and Web 2.0 sites, as well as news sites and the like. It is important to note that despite the name, social media monitoring tools are not solely focussed on social websites – although results can be filtered on these only if required.
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					Qualitative Online Communities
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 Qualitative online communities provide an online setting in which to carry out short or longer-term asynchronous research.
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 Asynchronous research is an approach in which the respondent records their response on their own time - within a given time frame. With the rise and increasing ubiquity of the internet, this type of approach has become more and more prevalent within the market research industry, including a range of tools such as online qualitative communities, bulletin boards, group chats and some approaches utilising mobile ethnography.
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 Alternatives to face-to-face (F2F) market research include a range of digital and more traditional approaches, such as CATI interviewing (telephone interviewing), online surveys or paper-based surveys (postal surveys) for quantitative requirements, or mobile ethnography (e.g. research using a smartphone app), short or longer-term online communities, online focus groups or video and telephone interviews.
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					Mobile Ethnography Research
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 Mobile ethnography research is a market research appproach which builds on traditional ethnographic research approaches, but utilising the technological developments and widespread uptake associated with mobile phones (specifically, smart phones).  
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					Kids Market Research
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 DJS Research has years of experience conducting market research with kids, through ChatterZone, our kids market research panel.
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 Visitor experience research is a term for a specific form of market research, focussed around the experience of visitors. Typically this would focus on satisfaction, likelihood to recommend, any specific parts of the attraction that were visited and feedback on these - for instance a sepcific exhibition within a museum or gallery, or a specific ride at a theme park.
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					Market research panels paid
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 A market research panel is a group of people who have all signed up to take part in market research, such as surveys, focus groups, etc.
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					Online focus groups
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 Online focus groups are a based on the principles of the traditional focus group research method however they are conducted online, allowing for a dispersed geographic spread which is normally not possible with a face to face focus group.
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 Focus groups are a research method which involves the use of participants in a roundtable-like discussion where opinions can be expressed regarding a certain product or service. This can then be used to make almost immediate adjustments.
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					Paid survey sites
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 Survey sites can provide a great introductory way to make money online and is usually a more immediate way of generating income compared to other online money-making methods.
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					Paid surveys at home
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 The way in which participants complete surveys has changed with the growth in technology. Traditional methods used to include postal surveys and face to face surveys completed on location with little incentive.
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					Get paid to do surveys
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 Earning extra cash for surveys is probably one of the most common forms of making easy money.
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					Paid research studies
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 Paid research studies come in many forms from incentivised online surveys to paid clinical trials. They are designed as a way to gauge the market and for companies to ensure they are targeting the right audiences and testing the effectiveness of their products.
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					Get paid for online surveys
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 Over the past few years, businesses have started to utilise surveys in various different formats and offer payments to the people that wish to take part.
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					Take surveys for money
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 Surveys are not just done on a free basis, businesses have started to recognise the importance of customer opinions and are now offering money incentives to participate.
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  Answering a few questions has not been easier – especially when you can get paid for participating in surveys.
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					45% of UK consumers have concerns over food safety at restaurants and takeaways, according to poll
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 45% of UK consumers have concerns over food safety at restaurants and takeaways: A survey by the Food Standards Agency has revealed that 45% of UK adults have concerns around food safety when they are eating out or getting takeaways - rising from 41% last year.
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					Number of people playing online bingo once a week has fallen since last year, reveals survey
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 Number of people playing online bingo once week has fallen since last year, reveals survey: A survey looking at the playing habits of online bingo players has found that there has been a fall in the number of people playing at least once a week. This points to a shift in focus towards consumer safety, according to WhichBingo, who commissioned the research. 
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					88% of PR professionals say consumer and brand campaigns have been hit by coronavirus, according to a survey.
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 88% of PR professionals say consumer and brand campaigns have been hit by coronavirus: A survey of PR professionals has revealed insight into how the outbreak is affecting the industry - with consumer and brand campaigns appearing to be the hardest hit. 
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					YouGov poll shows 60% of Britons left the house on Mothering Sunday - despite government advice to stay indoors
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 YouGov poll shows 60% of Britons left the house on Mothering Sunday - despite government advice to stay indoors: One of the latest YouGov polls has revealed that on Mother's Day (Sunday 22nd March), 60% of Britons left the house after the government's plea to stay indoors. 
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					5% of Brits have lost employment already due to coronavirus, according to survey
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 5% of Brits have lost employment already due to coronavirus: A YouGov survey has found that one in twenty respondents polled between 23 - 24 March have lost their job as a result of covid-19.
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					7 in 10 people are using news outlets as their main source of coronavirus information, according to poll
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 7 in 10 people are using news outlets as their main source of coronavirus information: A Brandwatch Qriously survey has revealed that 69% of the UK public are using news outlets as their main source of news and information on coronavirus. 
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					93% of engineering firms are concerned about coronavirus impact, reveals survey
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 93% of engineering firms are concerned about coronavirus impact: A recent survey of engineering firms has found that the vast majority (93)% are either 'concerned' or 'very concerned' about the impact of covid-19 on their business over the course of the next six months. 
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					Three-quarters of Brits 'strongly support' latest government measures to prevent coronavirus spread, reveals survey
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 Three-quarters of Brits 'strongly support' latest government measures to prevent coronavirus spread: The latest survey by YouGov asking how far Britons support the measures communicated to the nation last night by Boris Johnson, has found that 76% are strongly in support, with 93% in support overall.
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					Fifth of architects say their entire office is working from home due to coronavirus, according to survey
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 Fifth of architects say their entire office is working from home due to coronavirus: A survey of architects has revealed that a fifth (21%) saw their entire office setting up operations from home, following Boris Johnson's 16 March address to the nation. The Prime Minister said that all those who could work from home, should do, in order to curb the spread of coronavirus.
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					75% of those who feel negative about their household finances are 'worried' about the further impact of coronavirus, according to survey
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 75% of those who feel negative about their household finances are 'worried' about the further impact of coronavirus: A survey has found that amongst people who already have negative feelings about their household financial situation, three-quarters are feeling worried about how coronavirus will impact them further. And of those feeling worried, almost two-fifths (38%) are feeling 'extremely worried'. 
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					7 in 10 creative freelancers worried they won't  be able to pay bills due to coronavirus crisis, according to survey
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 7 in 10 creative freelancers worried they won't be able to pay bills due to coronavirus crisis: A survey of freelancers working across film, TV and other creative industries has found that 71% are worried about earning enough to pay their bills due to lost work and income.
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					18% of Britons admit to stockpiling food since coronavirus outbreak, reveals poll
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 18% of Britons admit to stockpiling food since coronavirus outbreak: Reports of people stockpiling food, bulk-buying toilet roll and stocking up on paracetamol have been headline news in recent weeks - with images of empty shelves and checkout queues dominating the front pages. 
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					TikTok app worries parents most when it comes to online safety, reveals survey
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 TikTok app worries parents most when it comes to online safety: A survey of parents asking them about their thoughts around social media has found that TikTok gives parents the most cause for concern, with just a third believing their child is safe using the platform. Nine out of 10 parents surveyed (92%) believe developers should make the video-sharing app safer for the children who use it.

 
 The OnBuy.com survey of 1,862 parents with children under the age of 17 also found that eight in ten parents (81%) are worried about their child using Instagram, followed by YouTube (55%) and Snapchat (54%).
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					Substantial green improvements have been made to logistic operations, say almost half transport managers polled
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 Substantial green improvements have been made to logistic operations: A survey of transport managers has found that almost half (46%) believe that their firm has made 'substantial' green improvements in the last twelve months. This compares to just over a fifth (21%) who feel nothing has been done at all.
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					80% of arts workers fear voicing controversial opinions could negatively affect their career, according to survey
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 80% of arts and culture workers fear voicing controversial opinions could negatively affect their career: Research by ArtsProfessional has revealed a culture of self-censorship amongst workers in the arts and culture sector, with many fearful that voicing their opinions on important matters may leave them open to backlash and/or professional exclusion.  
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					Survey reveals majority of SMEs believe Government not doing enough to help businesses with sustainability
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 Majority of SMEs believe Government not doing enough to help businesses with sustainability: A survey of SMEs has revealed that more than half believe that when it comes to encouraging businesses to adopt more sustainable practices, the government is falling short. 
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					A quarter of consumers may avoid shopping destinations if the coronavirus situation worsens, reveals poll
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 A quarter of consumers may avoid shopping destinations if the coronavirus situation worsens: A survey by Retail Economics and law firm, Squire, has suggested that if the coronavirus outbreak worsens, a quarter of shoppers may consider avoiding public shopping areas such as retail parks and the high street, while almost 30% said they may stay away from cinemas and restaurants.
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					69% of MPs believe the NHS should focus on prevention rather than funding new treatments, reveals poll
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 69% of MPs believe the NHS should focus on prevention rather than funding new treatments: A survey conducted on behalf of WA Communications by YouGov has found that 69% of the MPs polled believe the NHS should focus on prevention rather than funding for new treatments  - increasing from 64% last year. 
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					Concerns over climate change have doubled amongst UK adults since 2016, finds survey
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 Concerns over climate change have doubled amongst UK adults since 2016: A survey has revealed that concerns over climate change have doubled amongst UK adults since 2016, with the number who are now 'very' or 'extremely worried' increasing from 19% (2016) to 40% in the latest survey (2019).
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					Just 1% of 50+ drivers believe new cars are designed with them in mind, according to survey
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 Just 1% of 50+ drivers believe new cars are designed with them in mind: A poll of 6,500 drivers over the age of 50 has found that just 1% believe that the newest cars on the market are designed with the needs of older drivers in mind. 
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