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Best Party On Key Issues: Benefits
8 March 2013
Which party do you think has the best policies on benefits - the Conservatives, Labour, Liberal Democrats or some other party?
Ipsos MORI Autumn Statement Poll
13 December 2012
Three in ten British adults think people like them are being asked to do too much as a result of the government’s response to the economic crisis while seven in ten say the very rich are not doing enough, according to a new Ipsos MORI poll
Future State of Welfare
27 October 2011
An overwhelming majority of people in Britain say there must be a benefits safety net - but many do not think that the system works properly and want to see more conditions attached to payments
Public attitudes towards housing benefit and planning reform
21 June 2011
New research by Ipsos MORI, for Inside Housing, shows the Great British public supports spending less on housing benefit to spend more on other things and to reduce the national debt, but not if it means an increase in homelessness.
Getting people back to work
23 May 2011
A new Ipsos MORI survey among out-of-work adults has highlighted just how much unemployment can knock an individual’s confidence; with two thirds (66%) agreeing that being out of work has reduced their self confidence.
10 March 2010
Ipsos MORI, on behalf of the Department for Work and Pensions conducted research to ascertain the situation of carers, both present and past, in terms of their current financial situation, awareness of the benefits available and thoughts for the future.
Attitudes Towards And Experience Of Volunteering
4 December 2006
Findings from an Ipsos MORI survey on volunteering, conducted on behalf of Media Trust, reveal that three-quarters (73%) of the public don't know that someone on Incapacity Benefit can volunteer without losing their benefits.
Postal Voting And Fraud
19 October 2005
MORI's research for The Electoral Commission during the 2005 General Election campaign shows that 46% think that electoral fraud is either a fairly big or very big problem in Great Britain. This compares to 69% of the public who say the same about false insurance claims and 79% who think benefit fraud is a problem.
Subpostmasters' Fears For The Future
4 March 2004
Four months after the Government changed the way pensions and benefits are paid, over half of subpostmasters have experienced a decrease in pension and/or benefit income, according to a new survey from MORI.
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