Trade Union

Survation and UNITE the union have collaborated on numerous research projects since 2011, ranging from nationwide opinion polls to individual constituency polling. Key pieces include the first-ever poll of minimum wage earners, a comprehensive poll of the financial sector which was used to campaign against unpaid working hours, and running work focusing on the status of the NHS within TTIP proposals.

 

Examples of Survation’s work for Unite
 
Poll in Nick Clegg’s Sheffield Hallam Constituency
 January 2015

NHS Top Concern in David Cameron and Jeremy Hunt’s Constituencies
December 2014

Stockton South Constituency Poll
November 2014

Overwhelming opposition to government’s NHS pay policy
October 2014

Rochester & Strood By-Election Poll
October 2014

UNITE Members Survey – Finance Sector
August 2014

Voters in battleground seats call on Cameron to exclude NHS from US trade deal
August 2014

New Poll of Minimum Wage Earners
 July 2014

Rage Against The Machines? British Public Still Value The Personal Touch for High Street Banking
 January 2014

Survey On Pensions Uncovers Huge Mistrust and Misunderstanding
 November 2011

Bombardier/Siemens Supply Chain Survey
 September 2011


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