From the World's Most Admired people to the most popular kind of wine, here are the top things we learned this year from YouGov polls and surveys.
The latest data from the YouGov Affluent Perspective shows that the United States’ affluent are more likely than the General Population to own most types of technology, especially newer, home technology like smart thermostats and video surveillance. These types of technology tend to enter the market at a high price point, and the affluent are in a better position to be among the first to purchase these items because of their means.
The cell carrier’s customers reported higher satisfaction with their wireless carrier since 2017 than customers of Verizon, AT&T;, or Sprint showed for their respective provider.
YouGov’s Plan and Track tool offers a look at dads’ preferences for a few classic items: electronics and gadgets, power tools, and clothing. We took a look at dads across the United States to see which brands really resonate with them, and which brands might be hiding the absolute perfect gift.
Most Americans say it’s important to them that a dishwasher is loaded correctly, with many preferring to just do something themselves than let other people do it badly
With the summer in full swing, YouGov Omnibus show what Americans are grilling up – and what they're calling it when they do
Gen Zers are most likely to think that parents and students should share responsibility for paying for college
The machinery giant celebrates a century of tractors