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Money For Good UK
14 March 2013
A comprehensive and innovative segmentation survey designed to explore what motivates charity donation in the UK
Wildlife crime survey
15 November 2012
Ipsos MORI conducted a poll for the League Against Cruel Sports, RSPCA and IFAW. The results show support for animal welfare charities using their trained investigations teams to collect evidence of wildlife crime to pass onto the police
Ipsos MORI poll for Oxfam Scotland
6 November 2012
A majority of Scots do not think the tax system is fair and want taxes raised for the wealthiest according to a new poll we conducted for Oxfam Scotland.
Breast Cancer Campaign Gift Aid research
25 October 2012
Breast Cancer Campaign calls for the simplification of Gift Aid requirements for small workplace donations. The leading research charity commissioned Ipsos MORI to conduct research to coincide with their flagship fundraiser, wear it pink exploring awareness of Gift Aid.
Disability and hate crime
1 July 2011
New research for Mencap says that half (48%) of the public believe that people with disabilities are more likely to be targets of abusive comments or aggressive behaviour than other people.
Disability in the media
17 May 2011
The majority of the the public is unable to name a high-profile celebrity with a disability, according to a new Ipsos MORI survey conducted for Mencap.
Attitudes to disability
20 April 2011
Findings from this survey of adults in Great Britain, conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of Mencap, suggest that the public believes that some people with disabilities face a more hostile climate as a result of the government’s focus on cutting public spending.
Awareness and understanding of the ivory trade
31 March 2011
A new Ipsos MORI poll commissioned by International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), finds more than four in 10 (44%) British adults are unaware that elephants have to die before their ivory can be obtained.
Women Gardeners more at risk than male partners
28th March 2011
A survey by Ipsos MORI for the Electrical Safety Council shows that that nearly half of women gardeners may be risking their lives this summer because they’ve never used (23%) or haven’t heard of (26%) an RCD (residual current device).
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