Visit WeThink - the new home for polling by the team at Omnisis
Mike Underwood | 30 August 2023
Omnisis is delighted to announce the launch of a new brand to represent its public opinion polling work – WeThink.
Latest poll shows a mini-comeback for the Tories
Mike Underwood | 18 August 2023
After weeks of dire polling performance, are the Conservative party and its leader Rishi Sunak making a comeback?
Six in ten people want UK to re-join the European Union
Mike Underwood | 11 August 2023
More than 60% of Brits want to re-join the EU with nearly the same number saying Britain was wrong to leave in the first place, a new poll shows.
Half of Brits want government to forego fossil fuels for solar energy, new poll reveals
Mike Underwood | 04 August 2023
Voters say the UK should be putting its energy into solar, with many disagreeing with the Government’s pledge to “max out” the country’s gas and oil fields, a new Omnisis poll shows.
Nearly two thirds of voters not certain on policy differences between Labour and Conservatives, poll finds
Mike Underwood | 21 July 2023
A massive 62% of voters say they either disagree or are unsure they know the key policy differences between Labour and the Conservatives, a new Omnisis poll has revealed.
Most voters still back striking workers despite disruption, new poll reveals
Mike Underwood | 14 July 2023
A new Omnisis poll shows that more than half of Brits still back striking workers despite two-in-five people saying they’ve been disrupted by strikes.
More than half of voters would back Labour in general election, new poll reveals
Mike Underwood | 07 July 2023
Labour extended its lead over the Tories to 26 points as 51% of voters said they’d back the party in a general election, a new Omnisis poll has revealed.
Majority of voters say key public services should be nationalised, new poll reveals
Mike Underwood | 30 June 2023
A new poll by Omnisis shows that most voters want key public services such as water, energy and rail to be nationalised.
Two thirds say general election should be held by end of the year, poll reveals
Mike Underwood | 23 June 2023
A massive 70% of voters say a general election should be held in the next six months, a new Omnisis poll has revealed.
Boris Johnson should lose honours list and Prime Minister’s allowance privileges, voters say
Mike Underwood | 16 June 2023
British voters believe it is inappropriate for Boris Johnson to present an honours list and should lose his £115,000 annual Prime Minister’s allowance, a new Omnisis poll has found.
LibDems could profit from voters switching allegiance ahead of next general election, new poll reveals
Mike Underwood | 09 June 2023
One in four voters could switch their political allegiance ahead of the next general election – with the LibDems most likely to benefit, according to a new Omnisis poll.
Government failing on its five key priorities, voters say
Mike Underwood | 02 June 2023
Voters say the Tories are failing to meet their main objectives, six months after Prime Minister Rishi Sunak revealed the Government’s top five priorities for the country.
Two thirds of Brits say Tories have “lost control” of immigration
Mike Underwood | 26 May 2023
The Government is failing to control and manage the UK’s borders since Brexit, a new Omnisis poll shows.
Voters doubtful Labour will fix Britain’s “broken” housing market, new poll reveals
Mike Underwood | 18 May 2023
A new Omnisis poll has revealed that people don’t believe a Labour government would meet house-building targets, with a majority disapproving of the party’s green belt building policy.
Mind the gap! Labour and Sir Keir Starmer hit record high leads in latest poll
Mike Underwood | 12 May 2023
Labour hit a record-breaking 27-point lead over the Conservatives, while Sir Keir Starmer saw his biggest-ever lead over Rishi Sunak as the nation’s preferred Prime Minister in the latest Omnisis poll.
LOCAL ELECTIONS 2023: How accurate was our pre-vote poll?
Brian Cooper | 09 May 2023
Predicting the future is a tough gig. And we all know, that in the world of political polling, nothing is certain when it comes to future-gazing. So, how did we do with the latest elections ...
Almost one in four people would abolish the monarchy, new poll reveals
Mike Underwood | 05 May 2023
Nearly a quarter of people would abolish the monarchy and one in four view the Royal Family more negatively since Queen Elizabeth II’s death, a new Omnisis poll shows.
APRIL 2023 MEDIA ROUNDUP – Omnisis in the headlines
Mike Underwood | 02 May 2023
With over 50 mentions in national media, April was a good month for spreading the word about Omnisis and our public opinion polling work. Click to read our highlights.
New poll suggests Labour victory in high turnout local election
Mike Underwood | 28 April 2023
Labour could win nearly a third of all votes amid a potentially high turnout at the local elections on 4th May, a new poll by Omnisis suggests.
MARCH 2023 MEDIA ROUNDUP – Omnisis in the headlines
Mike Underwood | 24 April 2023
Here’s a roundup of some of the main media coverage for Omnisis for March 2023.
Public services and NHS are ‘broken’, voters say in new poll
Mike Underwood | 21 April 2023
Nearly three quarters of voters agree the NHS and public services are in “bad shape”, according to a new poll by Omnisis.
Voters back doctors’ strike, latest poll reveals
Mike Underwood | 14 April 2023
More than half of voters back junior doctors’ four-day strike action over pay, according to a new poll by Omnisis.
Corbyn seen as barrier for Labour at next election, new poll suggests
Mike Underwood | 31 March 2023
More than half of voters say former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn had become a barrier to Labour winning elections, a new poll by Omnisis shows.
Partygate scandal has left a stain on all politicians, new poll suggests
Mike Underwood | 24 March 2023
Three fifths of Brits say Partygate has damaged trust in all politicians, with nearly three quarters saying Boris Johnson considered himself above Covid rules, according to new polling by Omnisis.
LATEST POLL: Did the Government’s Spring Budget wow voters?
Mike Underwood | 16 March 2023
New voter intention polling appears to show the Spring Budget has done little to move the British public’s opinion of the Government.
Spring Budget 2023: Good for the country, not for families – snap poll reveals
Mike Underwood | 15 March 2023
Voters say the Government’s Spring Budget will not improve family finances - but will boost the economy, according to a snap poll by Omnisis.
Voters predict Labour majority at next general election, new poll shows
Mike Underwood | 10 March 2023
Two fifths of voters predict a Labour majority win at the next general election – as support for the Opposition hit 50% in the latest voter intention poll by Omnisis.
FEBRUARY 2023 ROUNDUP: Omnisis polling work makes headlines
Mike Underwood | 06 March 2023
We love rolling up our sleeves and taking the pulse of the nation through our weekly public opinion polling.
But we also do some exclusive polling for media partners and in February 2023, our work hit national headlines several times.
NHS should be Labour’s priority, voters say in latest poll
Mike Underwood | 03 March 2023
Three quarters of Brits say Labour should prioritise fixing the NHS.
Majority of Londoners back wood burner ban, new Omnisis poll for the Guardian reveals
Mike Underwood | 20 February 2023
Exclusive polling by Omnisis for The Guardian has revealed that an overwhelming majority of people in London support the banning of wood burners.
Brits to sacrifice takeaways and eating out as cost of living crisis bites
Mike Underwood | 16 February 2023
Cash-strapped Brits say they will shun takeaways and restaurants to make ends meet, a new cost of living poll by Omnisis has revealed.
Almost 60% of Brits back the death penalty, new poll shows
Mike Underwood | 10 February 2023
A poll by Omnisis has revealed that six in ten Brits back Tory Deputy Chairman Lee Anderson’s call to bring back the death penalty. Read all about it here.
More than half of voters say Brexit has failed them, new Omnisis poll reveals
Mike Underwood | 03 February 2023
As Britain marked the third anniversary of Brexit, a new Omnisis poll has revealed more than 50% of British voters think it has been a failure which has delivered no visible benefits for them.
NHS charges could leave country sicker, poll finds
Mike Underwood | 27 January 2023
More than two thirds of voters say they would delay seeking vital help from a GP or emergency department if they had to pay charges, a new Omnisis poll has revealed.
Faith in public services on life support, latest poll reveals
Mike Underwood | 20 January 2023
A shocking new poll has revealed trust in blue light services is flatlining, with only one in five people confident that paramedics would reach them in an emergency.
Turbulent week costs Tories in latest poll
Mike Underwood | 20 January 2023
Bad press has hit the Conservatives hard as they and Rishi Sunak fell further behind Labour in the latest voter intention poll by Omnisis.
More than 60% of voters don’t trust PM to achieve his promise to ‘fix Britain’
Mike Underwood | 06 January 2023
Nearly two thirds of British voters said they don’t trust that Prime Minister Rishi Sunak will deliver on his five-point plan to tackle the UK’s biggest challenges, a new poll has revealed.
Boris still top of the Tories, according to first-ever ‘Prime Minister of the Year’ poll
Mike Underwood | 23 December 2022
Pollsters at Omnisis have revealed who voters rank as the best Prime Minister of 2022 following an unprecedented year of changes at Number 10 Downing Street.
84% back inflation-level pay rise for nurses, exclusive poll reveals
Mike Underwood | 19 December 2022
An overwhelming majority of the public believe that Rishi Sunak’s Government should hand striking nurses a much bigger pay rise, according to an exclusive new poll by Omnisis for the Byline Times Supplement.
Cash-strapped Brits will cut gifts for kids this Christmas, new poll reveals
Mike Underwood | 16 December 2022
A new poll by Omnisis has revealed 30% of people who said they will be forced to cut back this Christmas will sacrifice presents for children.
Third of Brits support government’s coal mine decision, new poll reveals
Mike Underwood | 09 December 2022
Research has found that 34% of Brits approve of the Government’s decision to open the UK’s first coal mine for 30 years.
England fancied for World Cup glory - but Qatar as hosts was a mistake, new poll finds
Mike Underwood | 05 December 2022
Qatar hosting the 2022 World Cup and FIFA’s ban on One Love armbands were big mistakes, a new poll by research experts Omnisis has revealed.
Nearly half of Brits don’t trust the Covid-19 Inquiry, new poll finds
Mike Underwood | 02 December 2022
Our latest poll has revealed that 49% of people do not trust the Covid-19 Inquiry to deliver a fully independent report into the Government’s handling of the pandemic.
Latest poll for the Byline Times reveals voters see Tories as “self-serving”
Mike Underwood | 01 December 2022
An exclusive poll by Omnisis for the Byline Times has revealed voters now see the Conservative Party as overwhelmingly prioritising their own interests, and those of their donors, over the public.
Sound as a Euro - one in four Brits would welcome Euro as part of EU re-join deal, new poll reveals
Mike Underwood | 25 November 2022
One in four Britons would be willing to adopt the Euro as currency if it were a requirement of re-joining the European Union, a new poll by Omnisis has revealed.
Post-budget blues hit Tory votes, new poll reveals
Brian Cooper | 18 November 2022
Voters looked to echo the media's damning verdict on the Government's Autumn Statement as latest polling revealed the Conservatives dropped five points.
A fair COP or not? Public has say on UK’s approach to climate change
Brian Cooper | 17 November 2022
49% of people said the UK had a responsibility to fund climate action in poorer nations suffering from climate-related disasters
66% of people back nonviolent action and 75% support solar power being installed on farmland
Hannah McCreesh | 20 October 2022
Our latest poll for the Guardian revealed huge public support for direct action to protect the environment.
66% of people say that they do not expect to see any Brexit benefits in the next five years
Hannah McCreesh | 01 July 2022
A new poll we undertook exclusively in collaboration with Byline Times revealed that 66% of people say that they do not expect to see any Brexit benefits in the next five years.
83% of people think that the Queen embodies ‘British values’
Hannah McCreesh | 30 May 2022
Recent poll results have revealed that 83% of people think that the Queen embodies ‘British values’ but despite this, the nation is split on the subject of the monarchy.
81% of people are dissatisfied with the Government’s response to the cost of living crisis
Hannah McCreesh | 25 May 2022
New polling that we have undertaken for Byline Times has shown that 81% of people are dissatisfied with the Government’s response to the cost of living crisis
The collapse of 'Brand Rishi' - majority of voters don’t trust the Chancellor
Hannah McCreesh | 08 April 2022
63% of voters don’t trust Chancellor Rishi Sunak to tell the truth, according to exclusive polling we undertook for Byline Times.
Voters don’t trust Johnson to tell the truth after ‘partygate’
Hannah McCreesh | 06 April 2022
An exclusive poll that we undertook in collaboration with Byline Times suggests the Prime Minister may still pay the price for lockdown-breaking parties, as almost three-quarters of UK voters do not trust him to tell the truth.
Voters want conservatives to ban Russian donations to the party
Hannah McCreesh | 21 February 2022
An overwhelming majority of voters want the Conservatives to ban Russian donations to the party, according to an exclusive poll we undertook in collaboration with Byline Times.
Voters say Johnson should resign before conclusion of police investigation
Hannah McCreesh | 26 January 2022
64% of voters believe that Boris Johnson should resign as Prime Minister even before the conclusion of the police investigation into lockdown parties held in Downing Street – according to exclusive polling we undertook on behalf of Byline Times.
Conservative voters say Met Police should investigate downing street parties
Hannah McCreesh | 08 December 2021
Exclusive polling that we have undertaken in collaboration with Byline Times reveals that 68% of people think Boris Johnson should resign amid Downing Street party scandal.
The majority of voters think Johnson’s government is corrupt
Hannah McCreesh | 04 November 2021
The majority of people think that the current Government is corrupt, while only 16% disagree with the statement, according to exclusive polling we undertook in collaboration with Byline Times.
New poll shows scale of conservative party’s electoral problem under Boris Johnson
Hannah McCreesh | 20 October 2021
Exclusive polling that we have undertaken in collaboration with Byline times reveals that faith in Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party has sunk across an array of indicators.
38% disapprove of Johnson’s holiday to Spain
Hannah McCreesh | 11 October 2021
Exclusive polling that we have undertaken in collaboration with Byline Times reveals that 38% of respondents disapprove of Johnson’s holiday to Spain.
72% think Brexit to blame for lorry driver shortages
Hannah McCreesh | 04 October 2021
The vast majority of people believe that Brexit has contributed to shortages of lorry drivers in the UK, an exclusive poll we undertook in collaboration with by Byline Times reveals.
Labour should be talking more about the problems created by Brexit
Hannah McCreesh | 29 September 2021
Exclusive polling that we have undertaken reveals that a clear majority of voters want Labour to talk more about the problems created by Brexit.
72% of voters are against the award of peerages and honours following political donations
Finds Poll Commissioned by Byline Times | 10 September 2021
Exclusive polling reveals that the public are generally disapproving of political donors receiving rewards and access after parting with their cash.