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Making Sense of Society Blog

Ipsos MORI Blog: Making Sense of Society
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Why nobody wants to admit they're part of the 1 per cent Sarah Castell, Director 14 November 2011 Following our research for the High Pay Commission, Sarah Castell writes in the New Statesman how a culture of secrecy over executive pay is holding back attempts to tackle inequality. Why nobody wants to admit they're part of the 1 per cent
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Addressing public concerns on immigration requires looking beyond the numbers Tom Frere-Smith, Research Manager 25 October 2011 What groups does the word 'immigrant' bring to mind? Tom Frere-Smith analyses our recent poll for the Migration Observatory. Addressing public concerns on immigration requires looking beyond the numbers
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Royal Weddings and the Big Society Sarah Castell, Director 6 May 2011 Is Ipsos MORI's Royal Wedding data good news for the Big Society? Royal Weddings and the Big Society
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