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The Politics Wire: Ipsos MORI's Political Blog

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Britain and Europe: on closer inspection... James Stannard, Senior Research Executive 23 December 2011 James Stannard examines British attitudes to Europe following an eventful few weeks. Britain and Europe: on closer inspection...
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Will the Tory boost in the polls last? Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 19 December 2011 David Cameron and the Conservatives enjoyed a poll boost after deploying his European veto. Tom Mludzinski says the economy will dictate whether it is merely a temporary bump or something more substantial Will the Tory boost in the polls last?
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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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The Rise and Fall of Public Concern about Crime Jerry Latter, Research Manager 24 May 2011 The Economist/Ipsos MORI May Issues index shows a decreasing amount who consider crime/law and order to be among the most important issues facing the country. The Rise and Fall of Public Concern about Crime
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The AV referendum: who decides? Tom Mludzinski, Former Deputy Head of Political Research 4 May 2011 Who will actually bother to vote at tomorrow's referendum? And what impact does a high or low turnout have on the result? The AV referendum: who decides?
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