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Only 18 per cent of Britons believe driverless cars to be an important development for the car industry to focus on 30 July 2014 Only 18% of Britons believe driverless cars to be an important development for the car industry to focus on, according to the Ipsos MORI Loyalty Automotive Survey. Only 18 per cent of Britons believe driverless cars to be an important development for the car industry to focus on
Best and worst of British: The attractiveness of the UK in the eyes of young people overseas 29 July 2014 An online survey commissioned by the British Council from Ipsos MORI shows that young adults from overseas see Brits as ‘polite and good mannered’. Best and worst of British: The attractiveness of the UK in the eyes of young people overseas
House price expectations remain stable, buying sentiment falls 28 July 2014 The latest Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker conducted by Ipsos MORI finds 71% of the public expecting the average UK house price to rise in the next 12 months, unchanged since last quarter. This is fourteen times the proportion expecting the average price to fall (5%). House price expectations remain stable, buying sentiment falls
The Economist/Ipsos MORI Issues Index - July 2014 23 July 2014 Race/immigration retains its position as the most important issue facing Britain today, and concern about poverty/inequality is at its highest ever in our latest Issues Index for the Economist The Economist/Ipsos MORI Issues Index - July 2014
New research finds data trust deficit with lessons for policymakers 23 July 2014 New research for the Royal Statistical Society carried out by Ipsos MORI reveals that the media, internet companies, telecommunications companies and insurance companies all come at the bottom of a “trust in data” league table. New research finds data trust deficit with lessons for policymakers
Scottish public in positive mood ahead of the Commonwealth Games 23 July 2014 As excitement builds on the eve of Glasgow 2014, our poll shows that Scots overwhelmingly think the forthcoming Commonwealth Games will have a positive effect on the public mood. Scottish public in positive mood ahead of the Commonwealth Games
Three quarters of Britons back Roy Hodgson as England manager 21 July 2014 The majority of Britons back Roy Hodgson as England football manager despite England's early World Cup exit, according to the Ipsos MORI Political Monitor for July 2014. Three quarters of Britons back Roy Hodgson as England manager
Families thrive in Europe’s high-tech homes 18 July 2014 The Samsung Techonomic Index launched in partnership with Ipsos MORI provides a definitive view of how we now live, shop and connect. Families thrive in Europe’s high-tech homes
Ipsos MORI Political Monitor - Majority are not confident that the public inquiries into historical child abuse allegations will find out the truth 17 July 2014 The majority of Britons think child abuse was covered up in the 1970s and 1980s, but the majority lack confidence that public inquiries into historical child abuse allegations will find out the truth, according to the July 2014 Ipsos MORI Political Monitor. Ipsos MORI Political Monitor - Majority are not confident that the public inquiries into historical child abuse allegations will find out the truth
Ipsos MORI Political Monitor July 2014 16 July 2014 July's Political Monitor reveals Boris Johnson as the most popular leading Conservative, with Michael Gove least popular, while less than one in four think Ed Miliband has what it takes to be a good Prime Minister. Ipsos MORI Political Monitor July 2014
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