Survey Archive

 

26th December 2013: On behalf of the Daily Star, Survation conducted a poll on various topics including updated European Election and Westminster voting intention. Data tables can be found here.

 

19th December 2013: On behalf of the Daily Mirror, Survation conducted a poll on the House of Lords and their attitudes to reform. A discussion and full data tables can be viewed here:

 

16th December 2013: On behalf of Alan Bown, Survation conducted telephone constituency polls in Folkestone & Hythe, Bognor Regis & Littlehampton, Great Yarmouth and Crewe & Nantwich. A discussion of the results and full data tables can be found here

 

12th December 2013: On behalf of Lodestone Communications, Survation conducted a new detailed survey looking at  the attitudes of non-voters.  The survey compares cohorts of voters and non-voters on their attitudes to a wide range of issues. An introduction to the work and full data tables can be found here

 

26th November 2013: On behalf of Alan Bown, Survation conducted a telephone poll in the South Thanet constituency. A discussion, full data tables and other materials can be found here.

 

23rd November 2013: On behalf of ITN/Channel 5 news, Survation polled the public on their knowledge of the effect and extent of immigration in the UK and their attitudes to restrictions being lifted on newer EU member states. Full data tables can be viewed here

 

21st of November 2013: On behalf of the Change Bereavement Leave Campaign, Survation polled the public on their knowledge of and their attitudes to Bereavement leave in the UK.  Full data tables can be viewed here

 

27th October 2013: On behalf of The Mail on Sunday,  Survation looked in detail into the current state of the energy debate. The poll covered John Major’s “windfall tax” intervention, attitudes to specific “green taxes” , energy policies and their future shape, the public’s view on respective party leader’s policies, consumer experiences of budgeting for heating and the public’s experience with supplier switching. Full data tables including Westminster voting intention are available here

 

22nd October 2013: On behalf of the Free Speech Network, Survation polled the public on their attitudes to Press Regulation and the Royal Charter set to underpin a regulator. Full data tables are available here

 

16th October 2013: On behalf of RMT, Survation conducted a large, face to face survey of 1,027 London Underground users in 23 tube stations looking at attitudes toward potential ticket office closures on the underground. Full data tables are available here

 

14th October 2013: Survation conducted a poll of 1,508 respondents on behalf of Sky News, regarding public attitudes towards immigration and the wearing of veils. Full data tables are available here.

 

13th October 2013: On behalf of The Mail On Sunday, Survation conducted a poll on various issues including those around Adam Afriyie’s EU referendum amendment, European and Westminster election voting intention, energy and education policy and the Guardian’s Edward Snowden revelations. Full data tables can be viewed here

 

5th October 2013: On behalf of We Own It, Survation asked the public two questions about ownership of public services. Tables can be found here.

 

2nd October 2013: Survation conducted a poll for The Health Lottery about people’s playing of the National Lottery Lotto and Health Lottery games, and views on price increases. Tables here.

 

6th September 2013: On behalf of Sky News, Survation polled 1,106 respondents on their experiences of using NHS A&E and their views on the provision of NHS services. Full tables here.

 

September 2013: Results from two previous polls in April and August, conducted for the Liberal Democrats on voting intentions and political perceptions, were released at the Liberal Democrat Party conference. Relevant data can be found here.

 

30th August 2013: On behalf of The Mail on Sunday, Survation polled 1,002 people in the wake of David Cameron’s House of Commons defeat regarding military action in Syria, to gauge how the defeat had affected both the case for war, and the reputations of the key figures involved. More information here. Full data tables available here.

 

4th August 2013: With Parliament in recess, Survation conducted a poll looking into people’s perceptions of the parties and their leaders, to gain an overview of the political situation before the autumn party conference season. More information here. Full data tables can be viewed here.

 

13th July 2013: On behalf of new campaign group We Own It, Survation polled 1,006 people on their attitudes to private vs public sector provision of public services. Our report on the full poll can be viewed here, and our article on re-privatising the East Coast Main Line can be found here. Full data tables here.

 

13th July 2013: Survation conducted a poll of 1,006 people on behalf of the Mail on Sunday about the upcoming Royal birth, and their thoughts on the Monarchy in general. Tables here.

 

4th July 2013: On behalf of the Mirror, Survation polled 1,085 people on their attitudes towards the NHS, as the service celebrated its 65th anniversary. Tables here. More information here.

 

4th July 2013: Survation conducted a poll on behalf of the Bruges Group on people’s interest in switching from the EEA/EU to the EEA/EFTA. Tables are available here.

 

17th June 2013: On behalf of People United, Survation polled 1,451 people across 14 different English towns and cities to gauge public opinion on a number of different issues affecting local people. Tables available here. More information here.

 

1st June 2013: Survation polled 1,566 people on behalf of Sky News on their attitudes and awareness towards several key European issues. Tables here. More information here.

 

30th May 2013: On behalf of the Sun on Sunday, Survation polled 1,007 people about counter-terrorism post Woolwich and further cuts to government spending. Tables here. More information here.

 

26th May 2013: Survation polled 1,121 people for the Mail on Sunday on people’s reactions to the Woolwich incident. Tables here. More information here.

 

24th May 2013: Survation conducted a poll of 1,121 people for Labour List on Labour’s economic policy, and their economic credibility. Tables available here.

 

17th May 2013: Survation conducted a poll of 1,000 people  to assess the impact of the local election, Queen’s Speech and EU Referendum debate on voting intention. Tables here. More information here.

 

28th April 2013: On behalf of the Free Speech Network, Survation conducted a poll of 1,001 people into their views on the alternative Royal Charter proposals for press regulation. Tables here. More information here.

 

17th April 2013: Survation polled 1,000 people for the Daily Mirror about the rising cost of energy and regulation of the energy market. Tables available here. More information here.

 

9th April 2013: Survation conducted a poll for the Daily Mirror on the arrangements for Margaret Thatcher’s Ceremonial Funeral and reflections on her legacy. Tables here. More information here.

 

22nd March 2013: On behalf of Visit Britain Survation carried out a poll of 1,000 people across the UK and 1,126 people in specific tourism regions, on their views on tourism in the UK. The full data tables can be viewed here.

 

22nd March 2013Survation, on behalf of Progressive Polling, conducted a post-budget poll on the public’s attitudes to the national debt and deficit, their own financial outlook, and their views of David Cameron and George Osborne. Data tables can be viewed here. More information here.

 

18th March 2013: On behalf of the Daily Mirror, Survation conducted a poll on the Iraq war 10 years on, royal succession and the ‘bedroom tax’. Data tables can be viewed here. More information available here.

 

13th February 2013: Survation conducted a poll regarding employee representation on boards for Unions21. Data tables can be viewed here.

 

9th February 2013: On behalf of the Mail on Sunday, Survation polled voting intentions for the Eastleigh by-election. Data tables can be viewed here. More information here.

 

27th January 2013: On behalf of the Mail on Sunday, Survation asked over one thousand people what they thought about David Cameron’s speech on Europe. Data tables can be viewed here.

 

15th January 2013: Survation polled over one thousand people about drugs policy for the Daily Mirror. Data tables can be viewed here. More information available here.

 

6th January 2013: On behalf of The Mail on Sunday, Survation conducted a public opinion survey on the issues of welfare reform, Europe and voting intention. Data tables can be viewed here. More information here.

 

Back to Top