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Understanding Society - October 2013: Generations
17 October 2013
Welcome to the latest edition of the Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute’s Understanding Society, which explores the differing attitudes, values and expectations across generations, tracking how they change over time.
The Women Problem
16 September 2013
Mumsnet, the UK’s largest website for parents, and Ipsos MORI, have published ‘The Women Problem’, an in-depth study into women voters and who’s winning the battle for their vote.
9 September 2013
Ipsos MORI and Demos publish a major new report on attitudes towards welfare across generations. This research was supported by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
Understanding Society - April 2013
19 April 2013
In this issue we bring together some of the world’s leading thinkers in social psychology and behavioural economics and researchers from the global Ipsos network to consider the impact these disciplines are having on public policy.
The Ipsos MORI Almanac 2012
20 December 2012
Welcome to Ipsos MORI’s review of 2012 – a look at what our research has told us about the state of Britain in a memorable year.
Understanding Society - December 2011
09 December 2011
In our latest issue of Understanding Society we round up how public opinion has been affected by the major events of an extraordinary year, and what it means for politicians, policy makers and public services in the future.
Explaining Cameron's Coalition
27 April 2011
Explaining Cameron's Coalition is a detailed analysis of the May 2010 election and the first year of the Coalition. It is the fourth in a series of books to examine elections from the standpoint from the people.
Audit of Political Engagement
30 March 2011
Audit 8 explores public attitudes to civic and political engagement and participation in the context of the government’s ‘Big Society’. It also looks at public attitudes to the new political and constitutional landscape in particular the impact on perceptions of Parliament and attitudes to the voting system in advance of the 2011 referendum
A guide to the alternative vote
8 February 2011
Dr Roger Mortimore examines the facts and fallacies surrounding the alternative vote (AV) electoral system, what we know about the likely outcome of the forthcoming referendum and the potential consequences if AV is introduced for UK general elections.
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