During March 2018, ORB International ran an independent survey of a representative sample of drivers in London who drive with the Uber app. The results of this poll – together with additional driver data from Uber and data from the Labour Force Survey – contribute to a new paper launched by the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford; School of Economics and Management, Lund University; and Uber. The report, Uber Happy? Work and Well-being in the “Gig Economy” is a working paper to be presented at the 68th Panel Meeting of Economic Policy in October 2018
The results from the survey run by ORB International are available for download here – ORB International – Uber Happy Survey 2018
Methodology and About ORB
Sample Size and Mode of Field Work:
ORB interviewed a representative sample of 1001 drivers who use the Uber app in London between 18th-28th March 2018, via telephone. Respondents were all currently driving with Uber, current London drivers were defined by the following characteristics: completed 80% of total trips in London; completed at least one trip in the last four weeks; had worked eight weeks in the last year; completed an average of one or more trips per week; completed 90% of their journeys using UberX or UberPOOL. The statistical margin of error at the 95% confidence level is +3.06%.
About ORB International
Established in 1994, ORB has grown to become one of the UK’s leading bespoke corporate and issues-led market research companies. Their polling has featured regularly in national newspapers both in the UK and abroad. They are a founding member of the British Polling Council and a member of the World Association of Public Opinion Research (WAPOR). ORB is the UK member of the global WIN/Gallup International Association
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