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Economist/Ipsos MORI September 2014 Issues Index 25 September 2014 The Economist/ Ipsos MORI 40th anniversary Issues index shows that concern about defence/foreign affairs increases at the expense of concern about unemployment. Economist/Ipsos MORI September 2014 Issues Index
Seven out of ten travellers want to enrich their understanding of the world and have unique experiences 24 September 2014 The world’s largest traveller and accommodation survey, conducted by Ipsos MORI, on behalf of TripAdvisor™, examined motivations behind travellers’ holiday choices, traveller emotions at various stages of the holiday and the post-trip impact of travel. Seven out of ten travellers want to enrich their understanding of the world and have unique experiences
Small lead for No, but referendum result still looks extremely close 18 September 2014 Ipsos MORI’s final Scottish referendum poll for the London Evening Standard shows the ‘No’ campaign with a very narrow lead, in line with other polls in recent days. Small lead for No, but referendum result still looks extremely close
Most renters are satisfied with their tenure (and are online) 18 September 2014 New research by Ipsos MORI for Affinity Sutton – one of the biggest providers of affordable housing in England – finds most private and social renters satisfied with their tenure but also that significant “digital divides” exist within and between the two tenures. Most renters are satisfied with their tenure (and are online)
Referendum looks too close to call 17 September 2014 On the eve of the independence referendum, Ipsos MORI’s new poll for STV News has shown significant gains for the Yes campaign, putting the outcome of the vote in the balance. Referendum looks too close to call
Labour are the most popular party, but their leader lags behind 17 September 2014 The Ipsos MORI Political Monitor for September 2014 shows Ed Miliband is still to convince the public of his own qualities, despite presiding over the most popular party. Labour are the most popular party, but their leader lags behind
Show me the E-money: Technology makes controlling money a pleasure not a chore 17 September 2014 The rise of Bank of Me: Ipsos Marketing pan-European research for MasterCard reveals that, far from being a chore, people like monitoring their money – and women have power over the purse strings. Show me the E-money: Technology makes controlling money a pleasure not a chore
Financial control demand creates prepaid opportunity to replace ‘jam-jarring’ 17 September 2014 A new pan European study conducted by Ipsos MORI for MasterCard highlights the ‘Power of Prepaid’ to meet consumers’ increasing desire to monitor their own finances. Financial control demand creates prepaid opportunity to replace ‘jam-jarring’
Economy, immigration and healthcare are Britons’ top three issues deciding general election vote 15 September 2014 September's Ipsos MORI Political Monitor shows three policies joint top as most important in deciding their general election vote. Economy, immigration and healthcare are Britons’ top three issues deciding general election vote
Voting Intention in Great Britain: Recent Trends 15 September 2014 Figures are based on all those absolutely certain to vote. (This is Ipsos MORI's "headline" voting intention measure) Voting Intention in Great Britain: Recent Trends
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