Survey Archive

23rd December: Survation on behalf of The Daily Mirror polled 1,009 British adults about their voting intentions. Tables are available here.

 

23rd December: Survation conducted a poll on behalf of LabourList about various political issues. The data tables, based on an overall sample size of 1,009 Great British adults, can be found here.

 

22nd December: Survation on behalf of The Daily Record polled Scottish residents about their voting intentions and political views. Tables are available here.

 

16th December: Survation on behalf of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations polled 2028 members of the Public Relations industry. Tables are available here.

 

15th December: Survation on behalf of Unite the union polled residents of Prime Minister David Cameron’s constituency in Witney and Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt’s constituency in South West Surrey. Tables for Witney are available here. Tables for South West Surrey are available here.

 

28th November: Survation conducted polling for Bright Blue on attitudes of Conservatives and the general public toward welfare in Britain. There are two sets of data tables, one based on a general population sample of 1,052 adults which can be found here and one based on 2,502 respondents who belong to the “Conservative Universe” of Loyalists, Defectors, Joiners and Considerers as defined by Lord Ashcroft, for which tables are located here.

 

27th November: Survation conducted a poll of 500 adults in Camborne & Redruth about their voting intentions and views on Cornish devolution. Tables can be found here.

 

18th November: Survation conducted a poll of 1,002 SNP voters in Scotland aged 16+ about their views on a series of policy areas. Tables can be found here.

 

17th November: Survation conducted a poll of 1,001 Scottish adults aged 16+ about their voting intentions and political views. Tables can be found here.

 

9th November: Survation conducted a poll of 1,020 British adults on behalf of The Mail on Sunday about their political views. Part one tables can be found here and part two tables can be found here

 

8th November: Survation conducted a poll of 1,000 British football supporters on behalf of End Foul Pay about the living wage. Tables can be found here.

 

7th November: Survation conducted a poll of 2,012 British adults about their voting intentions. Tables can be found here.

 

5th November: Survation polled 2,012 British adults on their voting intentions in an EU referendum and other issues relating to the European Union, on behalf of The Freedom Association. Tables can be found here.

 

3rd November: Survation on behalf of The Huffington Post conducted a poll of 2,004 British adults on their views about religion. Tables can be found here.

 

3rd November: Survation on behalf of Spider PR conducted a poll of 2,012 British adults on their experiences as Landlords or tenants. Tables can be found here.

 

30th October: Survation on behalf of Unite the Union interviewed 1,012 adults in Rochester & Strood about their views on the Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership (TTIP). Tables are available here.

 

12th October: Survation on behalf of Unite the Union interviewed 1028 GB adults about NHS workers’ industrial action. Tables are available here.

 

12th October: Survation on behalf of The Mail on Sunday interviewed 1003 GB adults about their political views. Tables are available here.

 

4th October: Survation on behalf of The Mail on Sunday interviewed 1012 adult residents of the Rochester & Strood constituency about the upcoming by-election. Tables are available here.

 

2nd October: Survation on behalf of The Sun interviewed 551 adult residents of the Heywood & Middleton constituency about the upcoming by-election. Tables are available here.

 

27th September: Survation has released the results of three new constituency polls for Alan Bown in Boston & Skegness, Rotherham and North Thanet. Full results can be found on this page here.

 

22nd September: On behalf of The Huffington Post UK, Survation interviewed 1004 GB adults about the content of Ed Balls’s speech to the Labour Party Conference. Full tables can be found here.

 

20th September: On behalf of the Scottish Mail on Sunday, Survation polled 871 people in Scotland by telephone to assess the fallout from the Scottish Referendum result. Tables can be found here.

 

20th September: On behalf of The Mail on Sunday, Survation polled 1,081 people in England and Wales to get their reactions to the Scottish Referendum and attitudes towards devolution and patriotism in the UK. Tables are available here.

 

17th September: On behalf of The Huffington Post, Survation polled 1,090 people about Ed Balls and George Osborne. Data tables can be found here:

 

17th September: On behalf of The Daily Record, Survation polled 1,266 people in the 24 hours before the Scottish Referendum on their voting intention. The full tables and methodology can be downloaded here:

 

16th September: On behalf of the Daily Mail, Survation polled 1,000 people in Scotland on isssues surrounding the Scottish Referendum. The full tables and methodology can be downloaded here:

 

15th September: On behalf of The Daily Mirror, Survation polled 1,001 people in Scotland on isssues surrounding the Scottish Referendum. The full tables and methodology can be downloaded here:

 

13th September: On behalf of the Better Together Campaign, Survation polled 1,044 people in Scotland on the Scottish Referendum. The full tables and methodology can be downloaded here:

 

13th September: On behalf of The Mail on Sunday, Survation polled 1,090 people in Great Britain on attitudes to the potential outcomes of the Scottish Referendum. The full tables and methodology can be downloaded here:

 

10th September: On behalf of The Daily Record, Survation polled 1,000 people in Scotland on issues surrounding the Scottish Referendum. The full tables and methodology can be downloaded here:

31st August: On behalf of The Mail on Sunday, Survation polled 700 people in Clacton on the topic of the upcoming by-election  The full tables and methodology for our Clacton by-election poll can be downloaded here:

 

 28th August: On behalf of the Scottish Daily Mail, Survation polled 1001 Scots aged 16 and over, asking their views on who they thought won the  independence debate. Table can be found here.

 

27th August: On behalf of Sky News, Survation polled 1,004 young people aged 16-24 on their attitudes towards politics and voting. Full tables are available here.

 

21st August: On behalf of the Sunday Post, Survation polled 1,003 Scots aged 60 – 86 on their attitudes to Scottish Independence and pensions. Full data tables can be found here.

 

11th August 2014: On behalf of the Scottish Daily Mail, Survation polled 1,010 Scots aged 16 and over, asking for their views on the introduction of armed police officers in Scotland. Tables can be found here.

 

10th August 2014: On behalf of the Scottish Daily Mail, Survation polled 1,010 Scots aged 16 and over on the independence referendum voting intention, their views on the Darling-Salmond debate, and the issue of a currency union. Tables can be found here.

 

7th August 2014: On behalf of The People’s NHS, Survation conducted a telephone poll of 10 marginal Conservative held, Labour 2015 target seats and 3 Conservative held Lib Dem target seats – 2,644 interviews in total across the group. For further detail on the findings, click here. For further tables and methodology please click here.

 

3rd August 2014: On behalf of The Mail on Sunday, Survation polled 1,000 residents of Scotland aged over 16 on the referendum voting intention, the Commonwealth Games and the upcoming debate between Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling. Tables can be found here.

 

16th July 2014: On behalf of Unite the Union, Survation polled 2023 people earning £6.50 or less about pay and working conditions. Full tables can be found here.

 

13th July 2014: On behalf of the Scottish Sunday Express, Survation  polled 1,013 residents of Scotland aged over 16 on their views about the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. Tables can be found here.

 

12th July 2014: On behalf of The Mail on Sunday, Survation polled 500 parents on their views on grammar schools, and tested them with questions modelled on the 11-plus exam. Tables can be found here.

 

11th July 2014: On behalf of The Daily Record, Survation polled 1,013 residents of Scotland aged over 16 about the voting intentions, including the independence referendum, and their experiences of the independence campaign so far. Tables can be found here.

 

29th June 2014: On behalf of The Mail on Sunday, Survation polled 1,000 residents of Great Britain on their voting intentions and their views on the nomination of Jean-Claude Juncker as President of the European Commission. Tables can be found here.

 

23rd June 2014: On behalf of the RMT, Survation conducted a phone poll of 1,011 adult residents of the constituencies of Milton Keynes South, Reading West, Crawley and Stevenage, asking their views on public vs private ownership of the railways. Full tables are available here, and our analysis of the poll can be read here.

 

12th June 2014:  Survation polled 1,004 residents of Scotland on behalf of betternation.org, asking who they trust most to make decisions in the best interests of Scotland – Holyrood or Westminster. Full tables are available here.

 

12th June 2014:  Survation polled 1,004 potential voters in Scotland on behalf of The Daily Record. Full tables available here.

 

12th June 2014:  Survation polled UK residents on behalf of The Huffington Post to find out how the importance of the World Cup compared to the Sottish Referendum. Tables can be found here.

 

9th June 2014: On behalf of the Fawcett Society, Survation conducted research on zero-hour contracts, polling 1,003 UK women earning £7.44 per hour or less, or £1,128 per month or less. Tables can be found here.

 

5th June 2014:  Survation polled 678 residents of Newark on their voting intention for the Newark by-election. Tables can be found here.

 

29th May 2014: On behalf of The Sun , Survation polled 606 residents of Newark on their voting intention for the Newark by-election. Tables can be found here.

 

24th May 2014:  On behalf of The Mail on Sunday, Survation polled 1,017 British residents, asking them to rate potential future leaders of the Labour Party across a variety of criteria. Full tables are available here.

 

20th May 2014:  On behalf of The Daily Mirror, Survation polled 1,106 residents of Great Britain on their voting intention for the European, local and Westminster elections. Tables can be found here.

 

15th May 2014: On behalf of 5millionquestions.org, Survation polled 1,003 residents of Scotland over 16 on their views on a range of policy issues. Tables can be found here.

 

15th May 2014: On behalf of The Daily Record, Survation polled 1,003 residents of Scotland over 16, on their voting intentions for the independence referendum, and elections to the Scottish, Westminster and European Parliaments. Tables can be found here.

 

11th May 2014: Survation polled 1,005 residents of Great Britain on behalf of The Mail on Sunday. As well as European Parliament and Westminster voting intention, topics included Scottish independence, The Chilcot Inquiry, the stickiness of UKIP’s Westminster vote, potential intervention in Nigeria’s Boko Haram affair, and the the concept of a politician being “intellectually self confident”. Tables can be found here.

 

6th May 2014:  Survation polled 1,005 residents of Great Britain on behalf of We Own It, asking for their views on the public sector and outsourcing. Tables are available here.

 

6th May 2014:  Survation polled 1,005 residents of Great Britain on behalf of Progressive Polling. Tables can be found here.

 

6th May 2014:  Survation polled 1,005 residents of Great Britain on behalf of The Daily Mirror. Questions included voting intention for the Westminster and European Parliament elections, and views on party leader, the economy and other social and political issues. Tables can be found here.

 

4th May 2014: Survation has conducted a poll about parental leave, in particular reactions to the new shared parental leave legislation, on behalf of the National Childbirth Trust. Tables can be found here.

 

1st May 2014: Survation has conducted a poll of 1,001 residents of London, including voting intention for the London local elections, and the Westminster and European Parliaments, as well as their views on Mayor of London Boris Johnson. Tables can be viewed here.

 

30th April 2014: Survation has conducted a poll about the Newark By-Election and Nigel Farage of 1024 voters on behalf of The Huffington Post. Tables can be found here.

 

25th April 2014: Survation polled 2112 new and prospective parents on behalf of the National Childbirth Trust (NCT). Tables can be found here.

 

18th April 2014: Survation has conducted a poll in the Eastleigh constituency of 506 voters on behalf of Alan Bown. Tables can be found here.

 

17th April 2014: on behalf of the Scottish Green Party, Survation asked 1,001 residents of Scotland about their views on the rights of football fans trusts to buy clubs. Tables can be found here.

 

16th April 2014: on behalf of The Sunday Post, Survation polled 1,001 residents of Scotland aged 16+ on their voting intentions for the independence referendum, and elections to the Scottish and Westminster Parliaments. We also asked for their views on the Yes and No campaigns for independence in terms of trustworthiness and which has been the most positive, and if David Cameron and Alex Salmond should resign in the event of a vote for or against independence, respectively.  Tables can be found here.

 

10th April 2014: on behalf of the Scottish Green Party, Survation asked 1,001 residents of Scotland about their views on whether the use of wearable gadgets capable of video / audio recording should be restricted. Tables can be found here.

 

10th April 2014: on behalf of The Daily Record, Survation polled 1,006 residents of Scotland aged 16+, on their voting intentions for the independence referendum, and elections to the Scottish, Westminster and European Parliaments, and their views on currency union proposals, and on Trident. Tables can be viewed here.

 

8th April, 2014: on behalf of the John Muir Trust, Survation conducted a telephone poll of residents of the Scottish Highlands and Islands. Tables can be viewed here.

 

8th April, 2014: on behalf of Breitbart London and Conservative Grassroots, Survation polled 1,006 UK residents on their views on Maria Miller, the Conservative Party and MPs expenses. Tables can be viewed here.

 

5th April 2014: on behalf of The Mail on Sunday Survation asked 1,001 UK residents for their views on Maria Miller following her commons apology. Tables can be viewed here.

 

5th April 2014: Survation polled 529 people in the Folkestone & Hythe constituency about their views on Farage potentially standing in the constituency, on behalf of The Mail on Sunday. Tables can be viewed here.

 

25th March 2014: on behalf of the Devolve Deliver campaign Survation polled 1000 British adults on their views about regional devolution. Tables can be found here.

 

22nd March 2014: on behalf of The Mail on Sunday Survation asked 1,000 people about their reactions to the budget, and about their views on European independence. Tables can be viewed here.

 

20th March 2014: on behalf of 5millionquestions.org, Survation asked residents in Scotland about their views on whether the 50p tax rate for high-earners should be re-introduced in Scotland in the event of Scottish independence. Tables can be viewed here.

 

20th March 2014: on behalf of the Scottish Green Party, Survation asked residents in Scotland about their views on whether the Scottish Parliament should have control over immigration policy. Tables can be found here.

 

10th March 2014: on behalf of the Scottish Mail on Sunday, Survation interviewed 101 Scottish business leaders on issues relating to the Scottish independence referendum and its possible consequences for Scottish business. The report can be found here.

 

10th March 2014: on behalf of the Scottish Sunday Express Survation asked residents in Scotland whether they had received threats or abuse as a result of the referendum campaign. Tables can be found here.

 

26th February 2014: Survation polled 1,046 people in Britain on behalf of We Own It on topics relating to the outsourcing of public services. The full data tables are available here

 

19th February 2014: Survation polled 1,005 people in Scotland on behalf of the Scottish Daily Mail on topics relating to Scottish independence. An analysis of the findings can be found here, and the full data tables are available here

 

13th February 2014: Survation polled 1,000 employees in full and part time work, ahead of the Budget, on behalf of Unions21. The full tables and our written analysis of the results can be found here.

 

13th February 2014: Survation polled 1,541 London residents on behalf Child Poverty Action Group and the London Child Poverty Alliance on a range of social and political issues affecting Londoners. You can view the tables here and read their press release here.

 

4th February 2014: Survation polled 1,008 London Underground users about industrial action on behalf of RMT. Data tables available here.

 

3rd February 2014: Survation polled 1,006 new parents about the cost of living on behalf of the National Childbirth Trust (NCT). Data tables are available here.

 

2nd February 2014: Survation conducted a poll in Scotland for The Mail on Sunday on a range of topics relating to Scottish Independence. Data tables are available here.

 

25th January 2014: Survation conducted a snap poll of 1,060 people on behalf of The Mail on Sunday in response to Ed Balls’ speech at the Fabian’s New Year Conference, with questions on Labour’s fiscal policy and economic trust. Our analysis of the poll can be found here, and the full tables are here.

 

16th January 2014: Survation polled 1,005 respondents on behalf of Sky News about trust in the police. Data tables are available here.

 

7th January 2014: Survation polled 1,005 British adults on behalf of Unite the Union about high street banking. A discussion of the findings can be found here and the tables can be found here.

 

4th January 2014: On behalf of The Mail on Sunday, Survation conducted a poll on the European Elections and people’s attitudes towards immigration. Data tables can be found here.

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