Asked whether they would consider travelling to New York City for entertainment and leisure purposes, 40% of adult Americans indicated they would have apprehensions, with 22% of respondents saying they would “definitely not go.”
Two thirds of consumers around the world feel tech companies have too much control over their personal data, new YouGov data shows.
A newly-released report by YouGov offers a detailed glimpse into how deep of an impact COVID-19 restrictions will have on the industry of sport in Australia, and perhaps around the world.
As Major League Baseball gets ready for the 2021 season, data from YouGov’s Global Fans Profile tool reveals just how popular Major League Baseball players are in 18 global markets outside North America.
A look at social media engagement around the globe shows differences in the degree to which people are paying attention to or interacting with social media ads.
Sports broadcasting is changing. Until recently, OTT (over the top) streaming platforms featuring live events were few and far between. However today, as more and more opt to cut their cable cord spurring the popularity of streaming platforms, that is no longer the case.
As one world leader recently said, the speed at which technology is changing will never be slower than it is now, and YouGov research across 17 markets shows just how many consumers already feel left behind.
While the debate to “right to repair” continues in North America and Europe, new YouGov data shows how consumer attitudes around fixing tech, rather than replacing, differs among geographic markets.
Global YouGov data offers a glimpse into how consumers feel about switching brands in some markets and where manufacturers may find success in attracting consumers from the competition.
International polling by YouGov in 17 key markets indicates about two in five (43%) consumers are nervous about self-driving vehicles on the roads.
A YouGov Eurotrack survey asked people in seven major European countries, as well as the United States, how they believe other nations have handled the crisis compared to their own. All European countries agree that they have done worse than South Korea, but better than the United States.
Data from YouGov Direct finds that 41 percent of US adults surveyed believe that Cinco de Mayo (May 5) is Mexico’s Independence Day.
The most recent Yahoo News/YouGov survey shows four out of five Americans (79%) are worried about the virus, with concern significantly higher among Democrats (88%) than Republicans (70%).
About three in 10 (31%) of those surveyed say this video will be very effective in increasing support for Biden.
In November 2019, 65 percent of Americans said they would be comfortable speaking to a doctor or nurse practitioner over the phone or internet, rather than in-person. In April 2020, that number has risen to 74 percent.
But the trailer for the family-friendly animated film led to a lift of 15 percentage points in intent. Pre-trailer, 6 percent said they were likely to see this movie. Post-trailer, that number rose to 21 percent.
This week, two limited release documentaries captured consumers’ attention. The most successful was “Slay The Dragon”, a political documentary about gerrymandering in the United States.
Among those who say they’re likely to see “Vivarium,” most (68%) would prefer to see it on streaming or paid download services.
In an exclusive Cheddar/YouGov poll conducted earlier this week, 28 percent of respondents said that they are currently working from home.
This week, the trailer for superhero epic “Bloodshot” especially intrigued potential moviegoers.