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Public attitudes towards health and social care ratings
22 March 2013
The Nuffield Trust commissioned Ipsos MORI to conduct a piece of qualitative research to explore public attitudes towards ratings in health and social care to feed into the “Ratings Review” they have conducted on behalf of the Department of Health.
Qualitative Research and Web 2.0
Create more ways to engage with participants, using blogging, apps, and project websites. These tools add more value to face-to-face research - at low cost.
Review of postal users’ needs
16 October 2012
New research from Ipsos MORI for Ofcom shows that people are still emotionally attached to the post, even though we are using postal services less and less at home and in small businesses.
Road to Inclusion
17 October 2013
This study – both quantitative and qualitative – looks at the financially ‘excluded’ and ‘underserved’ across Europe.
Strengthening Local Democracy - Focus Groups
Ipsos MORI focus groups inform Strengthening Local Democracy Consultation, answering tough questions including "do councils have the powers they need to tackle climate change?"
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.
20 October 2011
Despite the hyperbole around their imminent demise, print newspapers and magazines still play an integral role in the daily lives of readers.
What works in community cohesion
The Commission on Integration and Cohesion (CIC) was established in August 2006 as a fixed-term body (reporting in June 2007), charged with deepening an understanding of community cohesion issues and relevant policy approaches, and developing practical approaches to support community cohesion in local areas.
This research study was commissioned to contribute to the ongoing work of Communities and Local Government and the Commission. It seeks to help understand ‘what works’ in terms of cohesion policy and initiatives by investigating policy and practice in six case-study areas.
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