The response by international payments businesses to news that the UK had voted to leave the EU highlighted how fast some are to respond to changes - and how much others lag behind.
Post-Brexit Consumer Intelligence conducted research into what the consumer now thinks. At the 7th Annual Motor Claims Conference CEO Ian Hughes presented what was discovered.
A quarter of brexit voters feel misled however, the majority stand by their decision to vote leave in the EU Referendum, according to new research from Consumer Intelligence.
At Consumer Intelligence we have our own proprietary panel of Consumers that help to inform us about the attitudes and behaviour of the UK population. The panel is highly prized and has produced some insightful results. For instance, our panel were able to predict the outcome of the UK General election last year.
"Research conducted by the analyst Consumer Intelligence, found 26% were holding off from investing in the stock market until the result is declared. However, more than a third (38%) of the 2,200 workers questioned said they were not waiting for the result to invest."