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UK Insights

Economy

39% of Brits would stop using cash for payments

A Kantar TNS survey has revealed that young people in particular are prepared to embrace new ways of paying.

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British households under pressure and gloomier about economy

A Kantar Public view ahead of the Autumn Budget

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Youth of Europe: marginalised and ill-prepared for the future

Young people in Europe feel excluded from economic and social life

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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

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Brits more likely to spend without thinking

Comparing global spending and saving habits

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Britain tops the global credit card ownership league

Seven out of 10 brits have a credit card

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From The Archive

Analysis of Budget day 2015 by the Kantar Twitter TV Ratings team
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Women disproportionately affected by economic growth without wage inflation
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Majority think economy will stay the same, not improve, in the next year
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Improvements to UK economy being felt disproportionately by the better off
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