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The Politics Wire: Ipsos MORI's Political Blog

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Budget Day – perceptions or details? Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 21 March 2012 On Budget Day, Tom Mludzinski examines the current state of play for George Osborne and where public opinion is at on the economy. Will today's statement have any impact on public opinion? Budget Day – perceptions or details?
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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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The public do not trust politicians Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 30 June 2011 Low levels of trust in politicians and journalists alike mean that British politics needs to be more creative about re-building public confidence. The public do not trust politicians
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