Go almost anywhere online this week and you’ll probably see some mention of Holly and Phil’s latest This Morning giggle fit. This time, the pair lost their cool during an innuendo-heavy review of sex toys carried out by Good Housekeeping readers. The hilarity began as Holly read the results of a supplementary survey This Morning and ITV had conducted using OnePoll.
Supporting a sports team can often cos you tears, sweat and sometimes blood, but our survey has shown that the costs are in fact much more tangible. We asked 2,000 sports fan about the financial impact of being loyal to their favourite clubs or team
What would you give up for wifi? Travel company, Intrepid Travel, wanted to find out. The survey of 1,500 American adults found that alcohol, food and exercise were among the items people would sacrifice in order to keep a month’s wi-fi access.
76% of UK travellers use online travel agents when booking their getaways because they believe they will get a better deal. Similarly, 87% believe that price comparison websites showed all available rates.
We were commissioned by Grazia to explore young women’s views on gender and sexuality. The research follows a rise in celebrities challenging gender norms and advocating gender fluidity.
34% of British people would choose an electric bike over public transport, our latest survey for bike brand Shimano has revealed. Reasons contributing to the selection of the electric bike include speed, the need for less physical effort compared to push bikes and more hygienic, compared to the manual equivalent
Today, the 10th May marks the 75th anniversary of The Longest Night; the worst night of the Blitz. To commemorate the tragedy, Armed Forces Charity, SSAFA, commissioned a survey into people’s understanding of the event.
Tom Hiddleston’s Jonathan Pine has been voted the most stylish character on TV according to our survey. Pine was the leading character in the BBC’s drama The Night Manager which aired earlier this year. Hiddleston’s dapper Jonathan Pine pipped Idris Elba’s Luther to the top spot.
One-third of UK adults is not confident in water with 1 in 5 afraid to even put their head under the water. The survey, commissioned by Speedo, marks the launch of their Dive In campaign which aims to help improve the swimming skills of 10,000 Britons, by offering free swimming lessons between May and October 2016.
Young people have a better knowledge of Justin Bieber than William Shakespeare. The survey of 1,000 UK adults aged between 18 and 25 was commissioned by music streaming service, Deezer who recently announced Bieber as their most streamed artist of the year so far.
48% of women and 42% of men admit getting out of breath when running for a bus according to our latest survey for the British Heart Foundation. 47% felt they manage a half mile run while one in five said they could only run 100 metres.
The average American can expect to spend $138,866 on chores during their lifetime. That’s according to our survey for American household help providers, TaskRabbit. The study of 2,000 US adults found that Americans spend 14 hours a week doing daily chores