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Making Sense of Society Blog

Ipsos MORI Blog: Making Sense of Society
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The 'lost decade' of retrenchment Ben Page, Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI 6 December 2011 Ben Page, Chief Executive of Ipsos MORI, says facing year after year of cuts to local government means that we are not going to be out of the woods by the next election. The 'lost decade' of retrenchment
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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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Home Truths Ben Marshall, Research Director 07 November 2011 Research Director, Ben Marshall, looks at the issue of housing and the possible political implications. Home Truths
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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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London's skilled working class and policing Chris Phillips, Research Manager 18 October 2011 Ipsos MORI polling for BBC London finds particularly strong support among skilled working class (or "C2") Londoners for the Met taking a more robust approach in any future riots. London's skilled working class and policing
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Will public opinion eventually turn to support free schools? Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research 12 September 2011 The first batch of the Government’s flagship free schools are opening their doors for the first time this month and it is clear that their success or failure will be a key benchmark for the Government’s education policy. Will public opinion eventually turn to support free schools?
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Public sector leaders are pessimistic over the impact of cuts Peter Cornick, Senior Research Executive 26 August 2011 Big Society Blog: Peter Cornick says our latest research reveals deep concern among public sector leaders about the impact of the cuts Public sector leaders are pessimistic over the impact of cuts
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Giving White Paper: first thoughts from Ipsos MORI Claire Lister, Research Manager 24 May 2011 The government White Paper on Giving lays out the Prime Minister’s plans for encouraging more charitable donations and volunteering as part of his vision for a Big Society. Giving White Paper: first thoughts from Ipsos MORI
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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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Big Society & the Budget James Stannard, Senior Research Executive 11 April 2011 James Stannard analyses the budget and how it may affect Big Society organisations. Big Society & the Budget
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