Market research and data analytics firm YouGov claims 75% of Britons do not know that their government will put curbs on accessing online pornography from April onwards – and those who are aware of it, think the government's attempts will fail.
More than half (51%) of Australian workers are fearful about losing their jobs due to the impact of technologies like artificial intelligence and automation, according to new research released to coincide with the official opening of Swinburne University of Technology’s new Centre for the New Workforce.
A survey that covered 10 cities in the Americas, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region has revealed that residents of Sydney are strongly against 24-hour surveillance, except when it comes to airports.
The "YouGov BrandIndex" has announced its 2017 Brand Advocacy Rankings in Australia, showing Netflix’s customers are the strongest advocates of any brand in Australia.
A third (35%) of Aussies have used Internet and online dating apps, with the number using the apps rising to half among millennials.
Facebook, Netflix and Instagram achieved the highest positive Word of Mouth Scores in Australia in the latest YouGov brand index.
Australian bank customers would prefer to resolve their basic banking issues without having to deal with a human being, according to a new survey which indicates that most prefer contact with their bank via its website.
Credit card company Visa notes “more than half of Australians would prefer to use fingerprints, voice or retina scans in place of PINs when making payments and a quarter are ready for artificial intelligence to do their shopping".
Commercial space flights and flying cars are right up there as some of the technological advances many people would like to see in the future, according to a recent survey of residents in the Asia Pacific region.
This is no poker bluff, but a YouGov survey finding that "less than 40% of respondents in APAC were Pokémon fans but today almost 70% in APAC find the concept of Pokémon Go interesting".
Residents of the Asia Pacific region, including Australia, on average spend around six hours a week watching TV and, despite the prevalence of on-demand video, 83% still watch TV via broadcast TV channels.
Global polling and research firm YouGov added Australia to its lists in mid-2015, tracking over 250 brands, and has all the stats on brands with buzz.
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