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A Budget for the people? Bobby Duffy, Managing Director, Social Research Institute 25 March 2011 The Chancellor argues that his budget is about putting the conditions in place for sustained growth after years of living beyond our means. While the public sympathises with this view, how will the measures announced yesterday play with people? A Budget for the people?
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Blog: The Chancellor's Autumn Statement: Reasons He'll Be Cheerful? Bobby Duffy, Managing Director, Social Research Institute 5 December 2012 As Chancellor George Osborne's delivers his Autumn statement, Bobby Duffy, MD of our Social Research Institue, looks at the challenges facing the Government. Blog: The Chancellor's Autumn Statement: Reasons He'll Be Cheerful?
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Events, not threats – current public concern about foreign affairs, defence and terrorism Jerry Latter, Research Manager 13 February 2013 An exploration of current public concern about defence and foreign affairs within both a historical context and the likely increased focus on this issue in 2013. Events, not threats – current public concern about foreign affairs, defence and terrorism
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From World Cups to the Poll Tax: what influences support for independence? Mark Diffley, Research Director 15 March 2012 Analysis of our polling since the late 1970s shows that several factors will play a role in persuading voters. From World Cups to the Poll Tax: what influences support for independence?
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Green shoots of a red revival in Scotland Christopher McLean, Senior Research Executive 17 July 2012 In our latest opinion piece for Total Politics we discuss Scottish Labour's polling performance under new leader Johann Lamont and whether we should brace ourselves for a red recovery north of the border? Green shoots of a red revival in Scotland
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Igniting the squib - public opinion on strikes and trade unions Jerry Latter, Research Manager 16 December 2011 Trade Unions/strikes are low on the public’s radar even after the recent strikes, and have not been key issues for a while; only 1% of the public mentioned them in the first week of December, a figure that has been no higher since the firefighters’ strike in the winter of 2002/3 Igniting the squib - public opinion on strikes and trade unions
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Immigration and Race on the Ipsos MORI Issues Index Bobby Duffy, Managing Director, Social Research Institute 12 September 2014 To break historic trends or not? Bobby Duffy, MD, Social Research Institute explores the case for separating race relations and immigration in our Issues Index. Immigration and Race on the Ipsos MORI Issues Index
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Intervention in Libya, and public opinion around our involvement Jerry Latter, Research Manager 13 April 2011 In the latest Politics Wire blog, we examine the public's response to the continuing conflict in Libya and the factors that may affect this in the future. Intervention in Libya, and public opinion around our involvement
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Planning an ‘independence generation’ – can the SNP persuade voters to back an autonomous Scotland? Mark Diffley, Research Director 20 October 2011 Mark Diffley analyses the mood among Scottish voters ahead of the SNP party conference in Inverness. Planning an ‘independence generation’ – can the SNP persuade voters to back an autonomous Scotland?
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Salmond remains the Scottish Yes campaign’s biggest asset Mark Diffley, Research Director 17 July 2012 Research Director, Mark Diffley writes for the New Statesman discussing First Minister, Alex Salmond fortunes in the polls. Salmond remains the Scottish Yes campaign’s biggest asset
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