Survey Archive

 

16th December 2012: Survation conducted a poll of 1003 respondents asking who people would like to win the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award. Data tables can be viewed here. More information here.

 

15th December 2012: Survation conducted a poll on same sex marriages on behalf of the Mail on Sunday. Data tables can be found here.

 

13th December 2012: On behalf of Unions 21, Survation conducted a survey of people in full and part time work. Data tables can be viewed here. More information here.

 

1st October 2012: Survation polled 2,004 residents of North London by telephone about recycling on behalf of the North London Waste Authority. Tables can be found here.

 

24th September 2012: On behalf of The Mail on Sunday, Survation conducted a public opinion survey on various topics. Data tables can be viewed here. More information here.

 

21st September 2012: On behalf of The Daily Mirror, Survation conducted a public opinion survey on various topics. Data tables can be viewed here.

 

26th August 2012: On behalf of The Mail on Sunday, Survation conducted a public opinion survey on the upcoming cabinet reshuffle with voting intention and political weighting. Data tables can be viewed here. More information here.

 

24th August 2012: On behalf of the Daily Mirror, Survation conducted a snap poll on Prince Harry and the Economy for The Daily Mirror. Data tables can be viewed here.

 

12th August 2012: Cloud communications company Content Guru and Survation conducted a Storm poll to gauge public opinion of the 2012 London Olympics and its impact on Great Britain. A nationally representative sample of 1,018 people participated in the survey, sharing their views on some of the most controversial issues around the Games. Full data tables are available to download here. More information available here.

 

29th July 2012: The Olympic Opening Ceremony: What did people really think? Survation conducted a snap poll of 1007 people across the country for the Daily Star Sunday. Full data tables can be viewed here. More information can be found here.

 

1st July 2012For the Mail on Sunday, Survation conducted a poll on David Cameron’s Welfare Reform Proposals. Full data tables are available here. More information available here.

 

11th June 2012Survation finds support for a strong line against racism during the Euro 2012 Championship. Full data table are available here. More information available here.

 

11th June 2012Survation conducted a poll for the Mail on Sunday about Ed Balls and perceptions of Labour’s Economic policy. Full data tables can be viewed here. More information here.

 

9th June 2012: Survation carried out an online survey of 500 UK adults on economic policy of behalf of The Mail On Sunday. Full data tables can be viewed here.

 

3rd June 2012Survation carried out an online survey of 1,003 UK adults on the Jubilee, the Monarchy and the economic credibility of senior political figures on behalf of Daily Star Sunday. Full data tables can be viewed here.

 

20th May 2012: Survation conducted an online survey of 382 GPs regarding dementia training and diagnosis on behalf of Alzheimer’s Society and Eli Lilly. Click here for our report, including full cross tabs, of the poll.

 

20th May 2012: Survation polled 500 UK adults on the Eurozone Crisis on behalf of the Mail on Sunday. Full data tables are available here.

 

6th May 2012: Post Elections Survey for the Mail on Sunday: Boris Johnson, David Cameron, Ed Miliband, Tony Blair, Policies and Prime Ministers. Full data tables can be viewed here.

 

6th May 2012: Survation surveyed 1019 UK adults for Daily Star Sunday on UK Attitudes to the Olympics – Full data tables are available here.  Click for our own report on the findings here.

 

May 6th 2012:  Survation surveyed 1019 UK adults for Daily Star Sunday on the TV programmes “The Voice” and “Britain’s Got Talent” – Full data tables are available here.

 

27th April: Survation surveyed 1019 UK adults for The Daily Mirror on the upcoming local elections and current levels of trust in the government. Click here for full cross tabs of the poll, while the Daily Mirror’s article on the results can be read here. Click here for our own report on the findings.

 

24th April 2012On behalf of The Daily Telegraph, Survation polled 1443 adults living in London on the London mayoral and assembly elections. Click here for the full cross tabs of the survey.

 

21st April 2012: On behalf of the Mail on Sunday, Survation surveyed 542 UK adults regarding whether they agree with policies supported by David Cameron and the Government or those supported by backbench Conservative MP Douglas Carswell. Click here for the full cross tabs of the poll and here for our own report of the findings.

 

12th April 2012: Survation polled 1053 members of the public to find out which party leader they feel best defends Britain’s interests, on behalf of The Bruges Group. The full results from the poll are here and our write-up of them can be read here.

 

5th April 2012Survation polled 1037 members of the public on their reaction to recent political events and their attitudes towards the Conservative Party and the party leaders, on behalf of the Mail on Sunday. Click here for the full results from the poll, while our own report can be found here.

 

30th March 2012Survation polled 1178 members of the public on their reaction to proposals to introduce regional pay bargaining, on behalf of Progressive Polling. Click here for the full cross tabs from the poll, whilst our own report on the results can be found here.

 

25th March 2012: Survation polled 1097 members of the public regarding the aftermath of George Osborne’s 2012 budget for The Mail on Sunday. Labour take an 8-point lead over the Conservatives. Click here for the full results of the poll.

 

26th February 2012: Survation polled 1034 members of the public regarding the effect on the consumer of the rising cost of fuel in the UK, who they blamed for the rises and their views on fuel duty in the upcoming budget. Click here for the full results of the poll.

 

5th February  2012Survation polled 521 members of the public regarding their views on the effects of the anti-smacking laws introduced in 2004, on behalf of the Mail on Sunday. Click here for the full results of the poll, whilst the Mail on Sunday’s article can be found here. Finally, Survation’s own report on the poll is available here.

 

29th January  2012On behalf of the Daily Star Sunday, Survation polled 1,002 people over England, Scotland and Wales regarding government plans to cap welfare benefits at £26,000 per year. The Daily Star Sunday’s article can be found here. Use the following link for the full cross tabs of the poll, whilst our own report on the findings can be found by clicking here.

 

15th January 2012: Following discussions over a possible Scottish independence referendum, we surveyed 1001 Scottish residents as well as 1019 residents of England and Wales for The Mail on Sunday. The cross tabs for the poll can be found here.

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