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Economist/Ipsos MORI August 2014 Issues Index 28 August 2014 Race/immigration continues to be seen as the most important issue facing Britain as ONS figures released today show a “significant increase” in net migration. Economist/Ipsos MORI August 2014 Issues Index
Trust in information about the Independence Referendum 27 August 2014 With just a few weeks to go until the referendum it is clear from an Ipsos MORI Scotland survey for Full Fact that many voters have found it difficult to access the information they need to make a decision about which way to vote. Trust in information about the Independence Referendum
Interest rates unchanged as yet, but two in five concerned 22 August 2014 A survey carried out between the 4th and 21st July 2014 has found that two in five mortgage holders in Britain (41%) are concerned about the impact of a rise in interest rates on their mortgage payments in the next 12 months. Interest rates unchanged as yet, but two in five concerned
95% of MPs think Scotland will stay part of the UK 21 August 2014 A new Ipsos MORI poll finds that 95% of MPs think Scotland will vote ‘No’ in the upcoming Independence Referendum. 95% of MPs think Scotland will stay part of the UK
Half of Britons think Boris Johnson standing as an MP increases the Conservatives' chances next year 18 August 2014 New research from Ipsos MORI shows that half (51%) of Britons think the Conservatives’ chances of winning the 2015 General Election will increase if Boris Johnson stands as an MP. Half of Britons think Boris Johnson standing as an MP increases the Conservatives' chances next year
Economic optimism up to second highest ever but three in ten are still worried about paying the bills 14 August 2014 Ipsos MORI’s latest Economic Optimism Index shows that half the public (51%) believe that general economic condition of the country will improve over the next 12 months. Economic optimism up to second highest ever but three in ten are still worried about paying the bills
Labour and Conservatives neck and neck, while Boris Johnson has biggest impact on potential Conservative vote share over other possible challengers 13 August 2014 The Ipsos MORI Political Monitor for August shows that support for the Conservatives and Labour is tied at 33% if there were a General Election tomorrow, the first time since October 2013. Labour and Conservatives neck and neck, while Boris Johnson has biggest impact on potential Conservative vote share over other possible challengers
Cold, draughty, mouldy, damp: What the UK public think about their homes 13 August 2014 Ipsos MORI’s i:omnibus was commissioned by the Energy Saving Trust to conduct a survey on public perception and understanding of various aspects relating to energy saving, government energy schemes and household appliances. Cold, draughty, mouldy, damp: What the UK public think about their homes
Ipsos Economic Pulse - Wave 58 7 August 2014 The Ipsos Economic Pulse for July shows economic confidence down among Russians, Polish and South Africans, with rises in Brazil, Sweden and Argentina. Britain sees economic confidence down slightly after the heights of last month. Ipsos Economic Pulse - Wave 58
‘Yes’ continues to make progress as we enter the final stretch 5 August 2014 As Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling prepare for the first live television debate of the campaign, Ipsos MORI Scotland’s latest poll for STV News shows that ‘Yes’ continues to make some gains while there are signs that more and more people are now making up their minds ahead of September. ‘Yes’ continues to make progress as we enter the final stretch
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