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Power to the people – but how much and to whom? 23 September 2014

Ben Page analyses recent research by Ipsos MORI on attitudes to further devolution of powers to England, Wales, Scotland and the regions. 

Power to the people – but how much and to whom?
The slow death of political parties 23 September 2014 New analysis by Ipsos MORI suggests that by 2024 under a quarter of the voting public will feel connected to one particular political party, compared with over half the population in the 1990s. The slow death of political parties
Digital tensions: what next for housing going digital? 22 September 2014 Digital technology has been with us for decades, but its current rate of change can feel dizzying for businesses and customers alike. Digital tensions: what next for housing going digital?
Scottish Independence Referendum: The final polls 19 September 2014 Ipsos MORI is delighted to be the joint closest of the final polls on the Scottish independence referendum. Scottish Independence Referendum: The final polls
Ambition, passion and pride – the spirit of Scottish themed advertising 18 September 2014

Latest Campaign blog – Tak Ha of Ipsos ASI looks at Scottish adverts ahead of the referendum, citing many memorable Scottish ads, as well as celebrity endorsed advertising. 

Ambition, passion and pride – the spirit of Scottish themed advertising
Who are the "Shy No" voters, and what do they mean for the Scottish referendum? 17 September 2014 Ben Page, Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI in the New Statesman takes a look at the polling on the eve of the Scottish referendum and the challenge it poses for pollsters. Who are the "Shy No" voters, and what do they mean for the Scottish referendum?
Taking another bite of the Apple 15 September 2014

In her latest Campaign blog, Tara Beard-Knowland, supported by Gaelle Siourakan, look at how competition can do a lot for brands.

Taking another bite of the Apple
Immigration and Race on the Ipsos MORI Issues Index 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
Why interest rate rises won’t push voters into Ed Miliband's arms 1 September 2014 With the general election only seven months away, could the impact of coming interest rate hikes on mortgage holders be important electorally as well as economically? Ben Marshall, research director, writes in City AM.
  Why interest rate rises won’t push voters into Ed Miliband's arms
Highest students’ participation and satisfaction in ten years shows the 2014 National Student Survey 28 August 2014 Once again Ipsos MORI has hit a record with the National Student Survey (NSS), achieving a response rate of 71% among the eligible student population of nearly half a million students. Highest students’ participation and satisfaction in ten years shows the 2014 National Student Survey
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