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Audit of Political Engagement 5 27 March 2008 Despite 2007's political turbulence, public engagement in politics continues to decline Audit of Political Engagement 5
Reported knowledge of the British constitution 27 March 2008 Q How much if anything do you feel you know about the British constitution? Reported knowledge of the British constitution
House of Lords Survey 13 December 2007 Ipsos MORI's recent survey for the Constitution Unit at University College London (UCL) asked which factors the public think are important to the legitimacy of the House of Lords. House of Lords Survey
Best Party On Key Issues: Constitution/Devolution 30 September 2007 Q I am going to read out a list of problems facing Britain today. I would like you to tell me whether you think the Conservative party, the Labour party or the Liberal Democrats has the best policies on each problem. Best Party On Key Issues: Constitution/Devolution
Views Of English Devolution 9 July 2006 Ipsos MORI's latest research, conducted for the English Constitutional Convention, shows that there is increasing public support for England to have its own Parliament. Views Of English Devolution
Monarchy Poll, April 2006 24 April 2006 Ipsos MORI conducted research on behalf of The Sun Newspaper looking at the British public's attitudes towards the Monarchy. Monarchy Poll, April 2006
The Future Of The Monarchy 14 June 2004 If the Queen retires, less than half (47%) of British adults would want to keep the monarchy as it is, according to a survey conducted by MORI. The survey — for The Marylebone Charitable Trust (the campaign for an elected head of state for Britain) — shows a third (35%) favour a scaled down monarchy, and 17% an elected head of state. One per cent say no to all these options. The Future Of The Monarchy
Monarchy/Royal Family Trends - Better off or worse off if Monarchy were abolished? 2 September 2002 Q On balance, do you think Britain would be better off or worse off if the monarchy was abolished or do you think it would make no difference? Monarchy/Royal Family Trends - Better off or worse off if Monarchy were abolished?
The Future of the Monarchy January 2002 MORI poll for Granada TV The Future of the Monarchy
Satisfaction with the way the European Union is doing its job 4 July 2001 To what extent are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way each is doing its job these days? The European Union Satisfaction with the way the European Union is doing its job
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