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The on-going uncertainty of Brexit, Interest Rates and our depreciating currency took a backseat as we returned from the Bank Holiday weekend. Instead, the media served us a plat du jour the last couple of days on how credit-card firms have automatically increased credit card spend limits, in some cases for those who are struggling to manage their debt.
The main supermarkets each receive a big share of our weekly spend, so what makes regular grocery shoppers reluctant to become customers of supermarket banks too?
To understand this landscape, the financial services team at Harris Interactive conducted a short survey using Harris 24.
Rip Off Britain teamed up with Harris Interactive to explore their viewers’ concerns about supermarket meal deals, questioning a thousand consumers to discover what they really think about lunchtime meal deal offers
In whom does our confidence lie when it comes to the current economic outlook? And specifically, who do we think is responsible for the current economic outlook in the UK? Harris Interactive has tracked some of these questions over a number of years now and we recently asked these questions again to a sample of 1952 individuals in the UK.
With increasing numbers of people sourcing news content through social media, Facebook has become one of the main channels through which fake news can ‘go viral’ and reach huge audiences. Harris Interactive decided to launch a Harris24 poll on May 10 to measure the impact the Facebook campaign about fake news in the UK press.
With so many Smart meters still to install and widespread coverage in the news and other media recently of negative experiences amongst some households, Utility Week was keen to measure current attitudes amongst those who have already had a Smart meter installed and those who have yet to have one installed.