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A step in the right direction
21 June 2012
Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC) commissioned Ipsos MORI to explore public attitudes towards anti-social behaviour and police response. Wave One was completed in September 2010.
Police Accountability and Governance Structures
23 September 2010
The Association of Police Authorities (APA) commissioned the Ipsos MORI Crime & Justice research team to carry out a series of discussion workshops to establish public attitudes to changes to police governance, and in particular the proposed role of elected Police Commissioners, as outlined in the Home Office 'Policing in the 21st Century' consultation paper.
Understanding Society - Winter 2009
Public services have improved considerably in recent years but, as we know, the public response to this is often to quickly ‘bank’ any improvements and then raise their expectations once again. Meeting – and managing – these expectations is only going to become more important as tighter budgets require services to focus on the priorities that really matter.
The winter edition of Understanding Society, the newsletter from Ipsos MORI’s Social Research Institute, considers some of the ways in which central and local government can respond to the challenge of continuing to meet public expectations when public finances face their tightest squeeze for decades.
People, Perceptions and Place
This report helps local public services and partnerships better understand what factors affect key outcomes such as satisfaction with quality of life, community cohesion, feelings of influence and ratings of local services.
Understanding Society - Summer 2009
There is a difficulty in measuring people's perceptions. This newsletter provides a framework for developing a more sophisticated understanding of what drives public attitudes.
Who Are Britain's 'Grousers' and 'Shiners'?
10 March 2004
The North-east is easily the most optimistic part of Britain, according to a new analysis from the MORI Social Research Institute. People in the north-east are consistently more positive than most others on the economy, and most public services.