Founded in 2004 as OpinionPanel, we are a research agency and access panel specialising in young people, students and young professionals. We rebranded as YouthSight in March 2012, to clearly signal our focus on youth research and our commitment to helping clients see the world through the eyes of young people, students and young professionals; either through full service research or via our access panel service.
We own and manage The OpinionPanel Community, a unique access panel of 124,000 engaged young people, students and young professionals in the UK and an unsurpassed research resource.
We’re different - not many research agencies run substantial specialist access panels. And not many access panel companies have highly-informed, specialist teams of researchers. We have both. We offer sample provision services and custom services so clients get an agency that understands how research data gets used in the production of insights, and how important quality assurance is in the data collection process.
We provide fellow research agencies with access to our panel and brands, universities, public sector organisations and others, with the insights they need to drive strategy, set policy and publish reports.
Our clients include government departments, banks, brands, policy bodies, leading market research businesses and more than 80 UK universities.
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Who saw the 'debate' last night? Did Cameron or Miliband come out on top? And no youth issues discussed in the programme... #politics
YouthSight’s student voting data featured in The Prospect
YouthSight's February 2015 student polling data has been recently featured in The Prospect. In a recent article discussing the relevancy of the Lib Dem party, our research was reported which outlined...
YouthSight’s student voting data featured in The UK Polling Report
YouthSight's February 2015 student polling data has been recently featured in The UK Polling Report. In a recent article discussing the most prominent figures of the polling data, our research was qu...