What happened to trust in 2020?

What happened to trust in 2020?

What happened to trust in 2020? by Ben Page Politics Despite the media and political classes’ obsession with trust, which we reported on last year in our report Trust: the Truth, 2020 has shown little change. There was a surge in trust in governments all over the...
Women and COVID-19

Women and COVID-19

Women and COVID-19 by Kully Kaur-Ballagan State of the Nation Who has suffered most in 2020? Women have borne more of the psychological brunt of the coronavirus pandemic than anyone else. We found that six in ten (60%) said they are finding it harder to stay positive...
Turning words into action in boardroom diversity

Turning words into action in boardroom diversity

Turning words into action in boardroom diversity by Sofia Garré Diverse Britain In her first speech as Vice-President-elect of the United States, Kamala Harris announced that while she may be the first woman in that office, she will not be the last. 2020 has...
The decline of formality

The decline of formality

The decline of formality by Billie Ing Business & Finance The year of COVID-19 has also been the year of Zoom, as our behaviours changed overnight. To what extent these changes will stick has been one of the central questions for us this year. Our work suggests...
Have we reached city limits?

Have we reached city limits?

Have we reached city limits? by Ben Marshall State of the Nation The apparently inexorable trend of urbanisation has been checked by COVID-19 – at least for now. In October, online property portal Rightmove reported a doubling of website searches for homes in small...