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Statement on voting intention figures for Scottish Parliament elections
3 October 2013
As a result of a data processing error, the data tables we published from our last three polls on voting intention for the Scottish Parliament did not include a number of responses where respondents told us they would use their first vote to vote for a candidate who did not represent one of the four main political parties.
Steve Jobs fact #65
10 November 2011
Louise Brice of Ipsos ASI writes in Media Week on Steve Jobs as a brand guardian at Apple and how a single minded vision, delivered across platforms, is the key to successful advertising.
Stirring Up Apathy
14 May 2001
This is the most boring election in this century/decade/since the war/lately/whatever. How many elections is it that I've been hearing that? Nine is it? Every election news editors send some tyro journo out to stir up apathy, and prove once again that this is the most boring election since the year dot.
Storytelling… and re-telling
10 April 2012
In her latest Campaign blog, Tara Beard-Knowland says storytelling is a compelling way for brands to communicate.
Strong global opposition towards nuclear power
23 June 2011
New global research by Ipsos MORI shows that three in five people across the world oppose the use of nuclear energy – a quarter of whom have been influenced by the recent nuclear disaster in Fukushima, Japan.
Student satisfaction at a nine-year high
13 August 2013
Satisfaction rates among students at higher education institutions and further education colleges is high according to the latest National Student Survey conducted by Ipsos MORI for the HEFCE.
Students distrustful of politicians
23 December 2010
A study of European students, conducted by the BBVA Foundation shows that while students are interested in politics they do not place much trust in politicans.