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Research carried out by Harris Interactive in October 2016 on the future of banking, suggests that public opinion on open banking is mixed, with data security/privacy concerns cited as the main barrier
During the Summer of 2016 Harris Interactive conducted a survey of the working population asking them about their perceptions about many aspects of their working lives. The purpose of this survey was multifaceted, with key objectives:
Many businesses have a mechanism in place to regularly track customer satisfaction but employee satisfaction is generally measured less frequently – why is this? If customers of a business are satisfied, then is this satisfaction reflected amongst employees? And conversely, if customers are dissatisfied then how are employees feeling?
In recent headlines, some MPs have called for the RSPCA to be stripped of their power to prosecute in animal welfare cases and we wanted to find out more about the opinion held by the general public and whether they agreed with the view held by MPs.
Who spends more effort and money on their grooming – men or women? It’s a debate which has been going on for years. The general belief is that women focus more of their efforts on personal grooming whilst men are assumed to be the more unclean, ungroomed gender. But is this really the case?
Over half of people in the UK own pets, while 44% of people do not. Among these pet owners, the most popular animals to own are dogs and cats. One in three pet owners in the UK own a dog, while more than a quarter own a cat. Other animals that people may own include rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, snakes and other reptiles. Since such an overwhelming amount of people in the UK have pets, Harris Interactive was interested in learning more about how highly pet care is considered amongst the nation.