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“God must be a Conservative”: views from the Conservative Party conference fringe 6 October 2011 Tom Mludzinski reflects on the research we presented at the 2011 Conservative Party fringe event we held with Reuters. “God must be a Conservative”: views from the Conservative Party conference fringe
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. A funny thing happened on the way to Number Ten
Ben Page and the subtle art of reading public opinion 25 May 2012 Ipsos MORI CEO, Ben Page discusses the relationship between politicians and the people in an interview with Politics.co.uk. Ben Page and the subtle art of reading public opinion
Britain and Europe: on closer inspection... 23 December 2011 James Stannard examines British attitudes to Europe following an eventful few weeks. Britain and Europe: on closer inspection...
Budget 2013 – a risk and an opportunity 20 March 2013 Politics Wire Blog: Harry Carr considers the possible connotations of the Budget, with no party yet holding a clear advantage on the economy. Budget 2013 – a risk and an opportunity
Cameron and Osborne can’t get no satisfaction 1 May 2012 The prime minister and chancellor's voter satisfaction levels are plunging. If the perception of credibility and competence slips, what is left? Tom Mludzinski writes in Total Politics. Cameron and Osborne can’t get no satisfaction
Concern about unemployment – are we just getting warmed up? 20 April 2012 While unemployment itself seems to have stopped rising, polling shows that the public's level of concern about it just keeps rising says Jerry Latter in Total Politics. Concern about unemployment – are we just getting warmed up?
Consensus in the Boardroom? 1 February 2013 Simon Atkinson, Assistant Chief Executive, blogs in The Huffington Post UK on the Captains of Industry survey. Consensus in the Boardroom?
Conservatives lead Labour by 16 points in new Ipsos MORI poll 21 July 2009 Ipsos MORI's July Political Monitor, has been released. It shows the Conservatives on 40% (+2), Labour on 24% (+3) and the Liberal Democrats on 18% (-1). Conservatives lead Labour by 16 points in new Ipsos MORI poll
Crime Is Falling - But Have We Noticed? 7 May 2013 In his latest Huffington Post blog, Simon Atkinson says falling crine figures leave our politicians with a headache. Crime Is Falling - But Have We Noticed?
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