Jake GammonHead of Omnibus, US

Jake Gammon heads up the US Omnibus and Field and Tab unit within YouGov. He has over 7 years of experience in both qualitative and quantitative market research. Prior to heading up the US Omnibus unit he specialized in non-profit consulting research in the UK.

  • Top Pizza Choice for Chicago Locals: Giordano’sarticle

    Top Pizza Choice for Chicago Locals: Giordano’s

    YouGov's latest Citybus survey gives a representative sample of Chicagoans, so we can say definitively that Giordano's is Chicago's choice for deep dish pizza.

    02 Oct 2016
  • Investor Omnibus: Women Investors Have Knowledge But Lack Confidencearticle

    Investor Omnibus: Women Investors Have Knowledge But Lack Confidence

    This month’s Investor Omnibus, focuses on some of the gender differences between investors, looking particularly at perceived and actual levels of knowledge and confidence in investments. Engagement Men who are current investors are generally much more engaged with the investment process than women. More than half (51%) of male investors ...

    31 Aug 2016
  • Life in Chicago: In the City of Architecture Lovers, It Is The Beanarticle

    Life in Chicago: In the City of Architecture Lovers, It Is The Bean

    The first thing people ask when you visit Chicago is whether you’ve been on the architectural boat tour. And as the pioneers of the skyscraper, the home of the Chicago School and a dozen architectural classics it is easy to understands why. Architecture is a source of great pride to ...

    30 Aug 2016
  • YouGov CityBus: How do you feel about your city?article

    YouGov CityBus: How do you feel about your city?

    YouGov CityBus surveys a representative sample of major cities across the US, giving a snapshot of attitudes and behaviors across the nation. This CityBus survey looks at how the natives of the ten largest cities describe themselves, what they feel are their core values, and how safe and liveable they ...

    29 Apr 2016
  • Star Wars and the Hunger Games capture the most attentionarticle

    Star Wars and the Hunger Games capture the most attention

    The movie holiday season will feature big hitters such as Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part2 and Spectre, the new James Bond movie. Three movies are making the most waves prior to release: 65% of Americans are aware of the upcoming release ...

    03 Nov 2015
  • Candy is king at Halloweenarticle

    Candy is king at Halloween

    With Halloween just around the corner, YouGov Omnibus polled over 1,100 American adults to find out how they planned to celebrate the holiday.

    29 Oct 2015
  • Halloween: The great movie showdownarticle

    Halloween: The great movie showdown

    Nothing gets us in the mood for a big scare like Halloween, the scariest of holidays. But with all the horror flicks available today, one must navigate through a sea of movies to find a truly scary one. YouGov Omnibus survey asked Americans their opinions on classic horror flicks and ...

    21 Oct 2015
  • Lincoln’s New McConaughey Ads Appear To Produce Mixed Resultsarticle

    Lincoln’s New McConaughey Ads Appear To Produce Mixed Results

    Is Lincoln getting less mileage from its Matthew McConaughey ad campaign this time around? Lincoln’s latest set of stylistic, quirky McConaughey ads hit the same perception heights as last year’s debut campaign, both September launches, but is falling short in ad awareness and purchase consideration with potential car buyers. Last ...

    21 Oct 2015
  • Facebook: to Dislike or Emoji?article

    Facebook: to Dislike or Emoji?

    Facebook has announced a new set of emojis called Reactions, and is currently testing new ways to embellish status updates and responses to comments on the social network. The new icons include ways of expressing laughter, surprise or sadness among others. The icons are still being tested by a small ...

    19 Oct 2015
  • America Dilutedarticle

    America Diluted

    We are addicted to water. Americans drink an average of five 8oz glasses a day, but think they really should be drinking 8. 62% claim that the majority of the water that goes into their body each day comes from water, rather than food, hot drinks or soda, while a ...

    01 Sep 2015