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Wales Market Research

DJS Research has been managing contracts across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors in Wales since its inception in 2001 and has built a strong reputation for delivering high quality and robust research. Having worked extensively with clients such as Public Health Wales, Hafren Dyfrdwy and the Centre for Climate Change and Social Transformations (University of Cardiff), we are fully conversant with conducting research in both Welsh and English, with a team of dedicated Welsh speaking interviewers in our telephone (CATI) team and a large team of Welsh speaking face-to-face fieldworkers covering the breadth of Wales.

Just a few of our recent clients in Wales include:


Case study: Public Health Wales ‘Time to Talk Public Health’ panel

Time to Talk Public Health is a national conversation established by Public Health Wales and DJS Research in late 2022 that regularly engages with the public on a variety of current public health topics. A panel of 2,500 residents was initially recruited in late 2022 to be representative of the Welsh adult population by age, sex, deprivation, ethnicity and health board. Panel members share their experiences and views every two-three months through a variety of methods, including online, telephone and face-to-face. The results help shape public health policy and decision making and contribute to improving health and wellbeing across Wales.


Case study: The Centre for Climate and Social Transformations (CAST – University of Cardiff)

For four years, between 2020 and 2023, DJS Research managed an annual survey on behalf of CAST to explore climate change attitudes and behaviours of adults living in the UK, China, Brazil and Sweden (with boost surveys in Wales and Scotland). The survey was conducted among 1,000 adults per country.


Case study: Hafren Dyfrdwy Social Tariff research

DJS Research supported Hafren Dyfrdwy to review the amount that its customers were willing to contribute to its social tariff, with a view to increasing the (then) current annual contributions. The more money customers were willing to contribute, the greater the number of struggling customers that could be helped. A total of 439 face-to-face interviews were carried out with a representative sample of customers from across its region.

If you would like to speak to the DJS Research team about conducting market research in Wales, then please do get in touch by calling 01663 767 857 or emailing


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