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Polls & Surveys

In a rapidly changing world there is great value in taking the pulse of business leaders and getting quick insights as to what these leaders are thinking on issues of importance to the industry. The polls and surveys dashboard gives valuable insights on topics of interest to industry business professionals and shows how perceptions on these topics have changed over time.

Which is the biggest concern for China’s Gas and LNG sector in 2021?

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This poll was answered by readers of our Verdict community site - www.mining-technology.com between 18 Jun 2020 and 10 Aug 2020.


Which has the most impact on the petrochemical industry in Asia?

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Which is the key challenge for LNG liquefaction project development in the US?

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Which is the key hurdle for European gas and LNG sector in 2021?

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If Joe Biden wins the US Presidential election, which of the following potential policy changes do you think is most likely to be approved by his administration?

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This poll was answered by readers of our Verdict community site - www.mining-technology.com between 18 Jun 2020 and 10 Aug 2020.


Which of the following US presidential candidates’ energy policies do you support in the upcoming US elections?

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This poll was answered by readers of our Verdict community site - www.mining-technology.com between 18 Jun 2020 and 10 Aug 2020.


What do you think will be the impact on the US oil and gas companies if the US re-joins the Paris Climate Agreement?

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How concerned are you about the spread of the coronavirus?

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The Poll is still open and has been available on Verdict community sites - www.verdict.co.uk since 13 Mar 2020.

How optimistic are you about your company's growth prospects?

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This poll is still open and has been available on Verdict community sites - www.verdict.co.uk since 13 Mar 2020

Few employees want to return to offices full-time  

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Respondents who worked full-time in offices pre-lockdown
When lockdowns ease, if your employer lets you decide, would you prefer to:

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The poll was answered by readers of our Verdict community site - www.verdict.co.uk between 05 Jun 2020 and 19 Mar 2021

Will technology change the way you do your job over the next three years?


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This poll is still open and has been available on Verdict community sites - www.verdict.co.uk since 13 Mar 2020

Which technologies do you think will change the way you do your job over the next 3 years?

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This poll is still open and has been available on Verdict community sites - www.verdict.co.uk since 13 Mar 2020

If technologies are changing your job, are you optimistic or pessimistic about your job's future?


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The Poll is still open and has been available on Verdict community sites - www.verdict.co.uk since 13 Mar 2020.

How has the COVID-19 pandemic impacted recruitment in your company?

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This poll is still open, and has been available on Verdict community sites since 24 Mar 2020.


Once COVID restrictions are lifted, how long do you estimate business travel will take to return to pre-lockdown levels?

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This poll was completed by readers of Verdict community sites between 05 June 2020 - 07 Sep 2020.

How long do you anticipate the global economy will take to recover post-COVID-19?

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This poll was completed by readers of Verdict community sites - www.verdict.co.uk between 06 Apr 2020 and 01 Jul 2020.

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