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National Citizen Service 2013 Evaluation
14 August 2014
Ipsos MORI was commissioned by the Cabinet Office to evaluate National Citizens Service (NCS) 2013. This report covers the findings from the first stage of the evaluation, measuring the short-term impacts and value for money of NCS 2013.
Public Health England 2014 public awareness and opinion survey
8 August 2014
A recent Ipsos MORI survey conducted on behalf of Public Health England (PHE) has shown that at the end of its first year, a third of the public say they have heard of the organisation and, when given an explanation of its role, two thirds would be confident in its advice.
Research into the effectiveness of the Telephone Preference Service
24 July 2014
Ipsos MORI was commissioned by the Office of Communications (Ofcom) and the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) to carry out research to look at the effectiveness of the Telephone Preference Service (TPS). The TPS is a free service which enables consumers to opt-out of receiving unsolicited calls for direct marketing purposes, i.e. live marketing / sales calls.
15 July 2014
In this issue of Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute’s Understanding Society newsletter, we focus on the potential for data to improve the way people live their lives, as well as the public perception of risks this greater reliance on data brings.
Who Is Generation Next?
09 July 2014
These are the key findings from the 2014 Young People Omnibus Survey of secondary school pupils, carried out by the Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute on behalf of the National Children’s Bureau.
New world of risk: change for good
7 July 2014
This report by Ipsos MORI and Zurich Municipal captures opinion and perceptions of the risk landscape facing local government from three perspectives.
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