Get The Most Out Of Your Youth Fieldwork: A Sneak Peek At YouthSight’s 2018

Panel Services Team at YouthSight

Panel Services Team at YouthSight

We help research & marketing services agencies to access our 140,000 large panel of 16 - 30 year olds. Get in touch for a quote!

LinkedIn Website

Your budget’s been approved; your questionnaire’s complete; and you’re all set to get the ball rolling on your most exciting research project to date. There’s just one problem – you can’t find enough young respondents anywhere.

At YouthSight, we know how difficult it can be to find the right supplier – and how frustrating it can be to settle for one (or even two) that aren’t quite up to the job. That’s why we’re giving you a sneak peek at our panel recruitment schedule for the next twelve months so that you can keep your youth sampling hassle-free all year round.

Check out the timeline below to ensure you maximise your youth respondent pool and get the most out of your fieldwork.


spring or summer.png 

Say hello to our Super Sweet 16 & 17-year-olds!

timeline.pngFresh-faced and eager to get involved with your research projects, our youngest recruits (although not for long!) join The OpinionPanel Community every Spring, annually bringing with them our highest response rates ever.

Insider Tip: For a super fast turnaround on fieldwork (in 2017, we saw response rates of over 80%!) or for direct access to 16 & 17-year-olds, plan your fieldwork between March and June 2018.



Save the Date: It’s Freshers 2018!

stud2.pngGrab your glow sticks and get yourself down to the student union – it’s time to party with our brand-new 1st year students! After recruiting over 30,000 of the UK’s freshest undergraduates last year, this year’s recruitment is planned to be bigger than ever.

Insider Tip: Struggling to find enough respondents studying Basket Weaving or Ancient Hieroglyphics? Get in touch in September to make accessing niche student sample hassle-free.



Is there a doctor in the house? Absolutely!

doc.pngCome mid-October, we’re your one-stop-shop for the UK’s top prospective students. Last year, we had over 5000 Oxbridge, Medicine and Veterinary Science applicants join the OpinionPanel Community before November (and that’s not to mention the extra 25,000 prospective students that joined us before the end of January).

Insider Tip: With over 30,000 prospective students forecast to be joining our 140,000-strong panel in Autumn/Winter, ensure you take advantage of our largest sample group by conducting fieldwork between November 2018 and July 2019. 


That’s the rundown for 2018: plenty of 16-17-year-olds and 30,000 brand new students and university applicants – and that’s not to mention the 140,000 Millennials and Gen Z that already form our vibrant and passionate OpinionPanel Community.

New Call-to-action

This is an inline guide purely for the editor, it will not show in the final blog, designed the assist you with setting the options below in the 'Gate Trigger' section.

You will not be able to use the WYSIWYG editor for this it's code only so follow these instructions carefully.

We need to add the same form for each blog, you can if you want to make your own form but you'll need to change the formId which will be in the URL for the form e.g.
<script charset="utf-8" type="text/javascript" src="//"></script>
portalId: '3884296',
formId: 'aede822e-18f4-47c1-bb5a-3137bd55ea25',
css: '',
onFormSubmit: function($form) {
gateTriggerForm('Get The Most Out Of Your Youth Fieldwork: A Sneak Peek At YouthSight’s 2018');
<h6>** By checking this box, you submit your information to YouthSight, who will use it to send you marketing collateral and may contact you by phone. You can unsubscribe from our updates at any time.</h6>

This is the rest of the blog

When the page loads, or when it is being edited, this content will appear. When the page is loaded on the blog, the content will be hidden by the script until such times the trigger button is clicked or the trigger form is completed.

If you're not using this section then you should delete the text in here.

Tags: Fieldwork Tips, Front Page