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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
UK becoming 'more local and global' 7 April 2014 Ipsos MORI carried out a survey of the UK public exploring their views on identity for the BBC’s Who do we think we are? project. UK becoming 'more local and global'
Muslim Attitudes: The Real Story 13 November 2007 New data from Ipsos MORI shows the views of London's Muslims are similar to the views of Londoners on a variety of issues. Muslim Attitudes: The Real Story
Public Attitudes Towards Cohesion And Integration 15 June 2007 The Commission on Integration and Cohesion has launched its report. The report highlights a number of ways in which to foster a better sense of cohesion and integration in local communities. Research carried out on behalf of the Commission by Ipsos MORI shows: Public Attitudes Towards Cohesion And Integration
The English Are In Favour Of A National Day Of Celebration On St George's Day 16 January 2007 Findings from an Ipsos MORI survey commissioned by the Chairman and National Organiser of the St George's Day Celebrations, Bruno Peek show that the English public are keen to celebrate St George's Day on April 23 with a national day of celebration. Three-quarters (74%) of us think it's a good idea and seven in ten (72%) are keen for the day to be made into a bank holiday. Three charities: RNID, the charity for deaf and hard of hearing people, AICR and RVS are benefiting from the money raised by the celebrations. The English Are In Favour Of A National Day Of Celebration On St George's Day
Britain Today 23 January 2006 Questions about happiness, worries, voting intention, Britain and being British, society, public services, perception of party leaders, sentencing/ punishment for crimes and spiritual beliefs. Britain Today
Muslims 'Take Pride' In British Way Of Life 10 August 2005 Britons endorse multi-cultural society, according to our latest poll for BBC News. Muslims 'Take Pride' In British Way Of Life
Britishness Abroad 16 November 2004 New research by the MORI Social Research Institute on behalf of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) indicate that the 'British sense of humour', the 'stiff upper lip' and a 'bulldog spirit' are often seen as typically 'British' characteristics. The qualitative work involves a series of focus groups in Milan, Mumbai, Chicago and King's Lynn and in-depth discussions with London correspondents to a range of foreign media. Britishness Abroad
Race Is No Barrier To 'Being British' 16 May 2002 Race Is No Barrier To 'Being British', but there is no consistent sense of 'Britishness' Race Is No Barrier To 'Being British'
Eastern Eye - Survey of British Asians' Attitudes 22 November 2001 Eastern Eye Survey Confirms The Loyalty Of British Asians Eastern Eye - Survey of British Asians' Attitudes
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