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Kantar UK Political Pulse

With the Kantar Pulse, you can see which politicians are being talked about most on Twitter, in real time

Financial services must do more to attract female clients

A new report from Kantar shows that financial services organisations could be missing a £130bn opportunity – by not winning over women

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Supermarkets sweep up 17 months of consecutive growth

Supermarket sales have increased in value by 3.1% compared with last year according to the latest grocery market share figures from Kantar Worldpanel.

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Data Viz: What's new this year?

Kantar Information is Beautiful Awards 2017 Showcase

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Instagram launches a polling feature... where choices are public

The social media platform has added new functionality to add ‘polls’ to Instagram Stories, giving users a new way to engage with content.

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Tom is Deputy Mangaging Director within the business, he has responsibility for servicing clients w…

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Luke Taylor is Head of Social and Political Attitudes at Kantar Public.

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Kantar Worldpanel confirms that women are following the catwalk and growing their hair… and shampoo sales are dropping as a result.

Supermarket sales have increased in value by 3.1% compared with last year according to the latest grocery market share figures from Kantar Worldpanel.

The latest OS data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech puts Samsung’s overall share at a three-year high of 38.4%

With the Kantar Pulse, you can see which politicians are being talked about most on Twitter, in real time

A new report from Kantar shows that financial services organisations could be missing a £130bn opportunity – by not winning over women