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YouGov

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YouGov is an international internet-based market research firm, founded in the UK in May 2000 by Stephan Shakespeare (current Chief Executive Officer), and Nadhim Zahawi, former CEO.
YouGov's former Chief Executive Officer Nadhim Zahawi resigned from the board to stand in the 2010 General Election and is now a Conservative Party MP for Stratford-on-Avon. The current CEO, Stephan Shakespeare, stood in the 1997 general election as the Conservative candidate for Colchester.
YouGov's Chairman since April 2007 is Roger Parry, replacing political commentator Peter Kellner who now serves as President of the company. Current Chief Executive Officer, Stephan Shakespeare, owns approximately 6% of the company.
YouGov is headquartered in the UK and is a member of the British Polling Council and is also registered with the UK Information Commissioner's Office.
The YouGov Group has 25 offices worldwide, across the UK, United States, Europe, Nordics, the Middle East and Asia Pacific.
YouGov floated for £18 million in April 2005. In 2006, YouGov acquired a Dubai-based market research firm (Siraj) and in 2007 it further expanded by acquiring market research firms in the USA (Polimetrix), Germany (Psychonomics) and Scandinavia (Zapera). Between 2009 and 2011, YouGov expanded its US operations with three further acquisitions (Clear Horizons, Harrison Group and Definitive Insights). In 2014, YouGov acquired Asia Pacific based business, Decision Fuel. Each of these acquisitions has been re-branded as YouGov and form part of the YouGov Group, along with the organic businesses in the UK and France.
Media clients of the YouGov Group include The Sun, The Times, The Guardian, The Economist, The Huffington Post, BILD, CBS News, Al Aan TV and Samaa TV.

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Do you often see YouGov results being cited in the media yet don't know how it actually gets its result? You've come to the right place. You can join YouGov's panel of pollsters at YouGov.com. YouGov is an internet market research organization that collects your opinions on a wide range of topics, ranging from politics to smart phones. It's no surprise that YouGov is a UK firm, judging from the fact that the Britons seem to be obsessed over polling and gambling.

YouGov knows how best to utilize the freedom of the internet and how to minimize the damage of anonymity. As far as internet polling goes, YouGov is one of the best.

on December 14, 2015
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img Jesse "Burgerm'n" Radin posted a review

Most of you know me. Hell, all of you know me. I'm one of the founding fathers of Panjury. YouGov is the one survey site that doesn't suck. Back in college, my friend Cetin "The Cretin" Hakimoglu (IamNed/Savageposter/Scammo The Clown/WickedfireTroll) would fall for these shitty "survey sites" that charged him money to get a chance to do surveys.

You don't get money directly from YouGov, but you do get "points" and after enough surveys you can buy a gift card or another item.

And it really works. I've gotten about $50-$100 worth of stuff over years of taking surveys. Here's my link to get me points!

I am a shill. By clicking this shit you give ME points on another site. The com-pay-teeshh-onn of PanJury!

on April 14, 2015
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Silva S The higher your level is, the more sway your verdicts have. At the highest level which is 27, your verdict will be 15 times more powerful than a level 1 user.

Alfred Evans Now I'm on my way to the mighty 11.

Jesse "Burgerm'n" Radin Me too, but I need to post a lot more to get there. And we need to be more active... 7500 points is hard to get when Facebook hides us

Silva S Facebook hides us? What do you mean

Jesse "Burgerm'n" Radin Well they want to keep everything on "the network" so it's hard to invite friends to Panjury using a click.

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