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The Politics Wire: Ipsos MORI's Political Blog

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What's caused Cameron's poll boost? Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research 19 December 2011 Gideon Skinner and Sarah Pope take a look at what's behind the Conservatives recent boost in the polls What's caused Cameron's poll boost?
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No political retribution for the economy - yet Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research 30 November 2011 Economic concerns are increasing, which may be storing up trouble for the Conservatives in the long run says Gideon Skinner No political retribution for the economy - yet
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Thoughts from the fringe Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research 26 September 2011 Gideon Skinner's thoughts from the Liberal Democrat conference Thoughts from the fringe
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How broken is Britain? Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research 31 August 2011 Our first poll since the riots in England makes interesting reading. We tested the public’s perception that ‘British society is broken’, an issue the Prime Minister has spoken out about since first becoming Conservative Party leader. But what challenges does a 'Broken Britain' present? How broken is Britain?
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Labour leads on healthcare amid public concern about NHS reform - but is the public as worried as we think? Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research 23 June 2011 While the NHS reforms have been heralded as controversial by many healthcare professionals and parts of the media, the public is, so far, reserving judgement Labour leads on healthcare amid public concern about NHS reform - but is the public as worried as we think?
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Will the Portuguese bail-out boost support for cuts? Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research 7 April 2011 As austerity measures begin to bite at home, George Osborne is coming under pressure to reveal how much the UK will contribute in the bailing out of Portugal Will the Portuguese bail-out boost support for cuts?
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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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Public mood ahead of the Budget Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research 21 March 2011 Just a couple of days before the Chancellor's Budget statement in the House of Commons, the first post on The Politics Wire gives an overview of public opinion on the economy. Public mood ahead of the Budget
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