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Closing The Gaps
14 January 2008
Crime has fallen, but people don't believe it - and they've lost confidence in the government. This report looks at the reasons for this "perception gap" and what we can do to close it.
7 June 2007
This report is the first to map how anti-social behaviour is perceived at a local level across all parts of England and how these views are changing over time. Tailored analysis enables us to identify where perceptions are not as we might expect; in some areas perceptions of anti-social behaviour are better than we would predict, in others they are worse.
End Of Year Review 2006
Ipsos MORI end of year review covering the main political issues of 2006. This was the year when the government struggled on with public service reform, but hit new lows in terms of public confidence in the NHS (despite levels of satisfaction with actual treatments remaining higher than before). It was a year when, for the first time ever, race and immigration became the key issues that Britons saw facing the country. A year when ratings of both the Prime Minister and the Leader of the Opposition fell. A year when, compared to the rest of the G6 countries, Britons were the most negative about their government's handling of crime.
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