There are a lot of statistics out there. I should know; I’m partly responsible for the creation of many of them (12.47% according to some sources)! As most of us know, any argument can be supported with a statistic from one survey or another.Details
Since the election of the current Government there has been lots of heat and noise about the unsustainable bill for public pensions. The tone of debate, in the media at least, has long since become impervious to attempts to introduce reality, such as the factDetails
Kate Downer, Aino Pietikäinen and Charlotte Crichton with Sania Haq, Rhiannon Jones and Fiona Pannell Consumer Futures commissioned this research to explore consumer experiences of price comparison websites in terms of awareness, trust and confidence, user behaviour, accessibility and usability, and potential related concerns.The research is now enabling Consumer Futures to advise stakeholders on consumer…Details
If you have 10 minutes over lunch today, check out this fly on the wall account of a day in the life of the ONS (the UK’s Office for National Statistics) in The Guardian. It sheds rare light on just how national statistics are produced and shows just how complicated this can be.Details
Consumer Futures commissioned this research to explore consumer experiences of price comparison websites in terms of awareness, trust and confidence, user behaviour, accessibility and usability, and potential related concerns.Details
It’s free, easy to do, will possibly save your life and you are encouraged and frequently reminded to do it. Why then do some women still not go for their cervical screening?
An 80% uptake isn’t bad but considering how early detection and treatment can prevent up to 75% of cervical cancers it is important for 100% of women to be tested.Details