THE caption for a picture on a story is headed 'Vox Pop' The decline in Latin as a school subject and the expressed view of the campaign for plain English has led to the position where Vox Pop, a commonly used shorthand expression for 'Vox populus
- the views of the masses' has been applied to a picture to accompany an article about the impending roadworks at Billy Mill on North Tyneside when I can find no reported opinion from the general public on these welcome proposals.
Polls poll conducted in Japan by Populus
The leading parties were reversed in a new Populus
poll found that 54 per cent would vote No in the referendum and 46 per cent Yes once don't knows are removed.
The research work, secured following a competitive pitch, will be carried out by Populus
s Market Insight practice led by managing director Gary Muncaster.
Residents of West London are reportedly more likely to vote for their MP if they support the Heathrow expansion than if they oppose a third runway, London Heathrow has said, citing new research from independent polling company Populus
According to research from Populus
, 88 per cent of UK companies believe apprenticeships lead to a more motivated and satisfied workforce and 80 per cent feel apprenticeships reduce staff turnover.
study Bank of Scotland that people be willing to remortgage for a monthly average of PS135.
The survey by Populus
came as David Cameron denied he would storm off if he fails to get the changes he wants in Europe.
WOMEN are far more likely to end up as the designated driver over the Christmas period, according to 70% of respondents in an AA/ Populus
Last year the respected stadium designer John Barrow of Populus
said the air cooling technology was unsustainable in larger venues.
Select, an energy, oil and petrochemical recruitment specialist, and Mech-Tool Engineering have both reaped the benefits of the Graduates for Business initiative.