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A funny thing happened on the way to Number Ten
20 September 2010
On the Monday of the Liberal Democrat's conference in Liverpool, Sir Robert Worcester, founder of MORI, examined public opinion of the coalition at the GovNet fringe meeting.
Do the Public Want to Join the Government of Britain?
21 April 2010
The party manifestos suggest a real difference of emphasis between Labour and Conservatives on the role of the state, but will the public accept David Cameron’s invitation for greater involvement, local control and personal responsibility?
Ipsos MORI Election Polls
7 May 2010
With almost all the results counted, the results of the 2010 General Election closely mirror the predictions in Ipsos MORI’s final week polling.
Ipsos MORI March 2010 Issues Index
12 March 2010
Ipsos MORI's latest issues index shows concern about the economy increases, though race relations/immigration remains an important issue
The challenge of our young people
16 February 2010
Whoever wins the election, and whatever the next regime has in store for public services, one key issue will remain our young people, says Ben Page, Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI.
The Election’s Not Over Yet
30 January 2010
Sir Robert Worcester examines why it's far too early to call the result of the election and the different issues that will be key to the result.
The Ipsos MORI Worm Explained
29 April 2010
For all three debates, Ipsos MORI has measured the reaction of undecided voters to what each leader says. The Today Programme has now used this data to create the best and worst possible political speeches.
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