Ipsos MORI is one of the leading political, social and business research companies in the UK and Ireland. We produce many reports and thought pieces which review our research and thinking across a broad range of topics.
From A to B
At a time when local authorities face a squeeze on their finances and are repairing a pothole every 33 seconds, our new paper – From A to B – points to the importance of residents’ perceptions of road conditions in shaping their overall views of transport and highways services.
Survey of public attitudes towards transport, 2009
10 September 2009
A new Ipsos MORI report for the CSS finds reducing the cost of public transport prioritised by the public over everything else.
The Congestion Challenge
The Congestion Challenge: A new Ipsos MORI report for the RAC Foundation, provides findings from a survey of public attitudes towards car use and congestion. The report highlights the current and future challenges faced by policy makers and politicians in tackling congestion.
Road Pricing At The Crossroads
This paper sets out what we already know about public attitudes towards road pricing schemes placed in the context of attitudes towards public and private transport. We go on to present our new survey data and show how it indicates that clear communication of the benefits of road pricing and the revenues it raises can go a long way to winning support for a policy which is initially greeted with much disapproval.
Leading the Pack: Frontiers of Performance in Transport
This report examines the data collected in the 2003/4 Best Value Performance Indicator surveys (BVPIs) for the impact of place on perceptions of transport services, drawing on 2001 Census and other secondary sources to provide context.
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