27 Jun 2007
| by Vox pop
advertising budgets, are under further threat with the increased number of channels. The launch of plus ...
audiences on the core channel. E4+1 and Film4+1, each contributed 29% of audience share for their respective ...
20 Apr 2003
| by BestofBiz
However there is still a long way to go. Gender stereotyping, preconceptions based on gender and outright discrimination have not yet been wiped out. Some key statistics from this briefing: 29% of all UK managers are women in 2002 up from 9% in 1990. 15% of all UK company directors are women in 2002 ...
25 May 2012
| by Kantar Media
themselves, but this has fallen to under 50% today.
In a climate of fewer jobs - particularly ...
Since then the level of worry has gradually fallen and now only 1.9 million (29%) of 11-19 year olds ...
24 Dec 2010
| by Pulse @ McCann London
refuseniks, the show s viewers are 29% more likely to agree that their current mood is positive. But why ...
to London in under two years time.
Viewers of the X Factor also have a definite sense of feeling lucky ...
26 Jan 2007
| by Adam Smith, GroupM
of marketing services remains zero-sum as telemarketing comes under pressure. This replaces Group M ...
employment of 29 million, unemployment at a five-year-high of 5.5%, yet a tight labour market: a structural ...
20 Dec 2010
| by YouGov
been to a live sporting event in the last six months and the under 40s spending a significant amount ...
, as regular Freeview sports viewers are more likely to be aged under 40, with men under 25 most likely to use ...
01 Jun 2004
| by Chris Wood, Corporate Edge
Today, with the bottom line tightly under control, CEOs are being asked for their top line growth
30 Nov 2011
| by Ralph Risk
Websites are also more likely to be cited as the main source for 18-34s, with 29% of them referring to a ...
get their evening news from Facebook than a newspaper or news website (23% v 29%).
Where do you see ...
are most popular with the younger age group, while TV is least popular with them.
However just under one ...
14 Feb 2012
| by Onesixtyfourth
We can t help but wonder what s under the surface. Will non-violent protests become more aggressive ...
Source: Onesixtyfourth ...
21 Feb 2011
| by Richard Jenkings
% of population falling under Middle Britain
(31%) more than telephone (29%) and email (23%). For them, Facebook is second only to Google ...
than being financially comfortable (29%).
By 2015, Experian s economists forecast that Middle ...