Ipsos MORI Research Archive
Ipsos MORI is one of the leading political, social and business research companies in the UK and Ireland. We produce a huge volume of surveys and research, working with hundreds of clients across the public and private sectors. Our polls consist of tracking data from our research on a wide variety of subjects, including education, healthcare, crime, the monarchy, race, business and politics. Our survey data encapsulates the views, experiences and behaviours of the general public and specific audiences. Our long term political and social trends, collected over the last 30+ years, are unrivalled amongst polling organisations.
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North Poll: Childrens' attitude to Christmas
18 December 2011
A new poll by Ipsos MORI has found that 83% of parents with a child aged 3 to 6 years old think their child believes in Father Christmas. This drops to just 8% of parents of 11 to 15 year old kids.
Londoners' Attitudes to the 2012 Olympics
28 July 2010
Between 15 - 19 July 2010, Ipsos MORI contacted 1,002 people, aged above 17 and living in London, and asked identical questions to a survey we carried out in November 2006. The results of the survey were released to coincide with the two-year countdown to the Games.
‘Refugee Week’ Survey
14 June 2010
Ipsos MORI interviewed refugees and asylum seekers in advance of ‘Refugee Week’ (14th - 20th June 2010). The survey was commissioned by Refugee Action on behalf of the Refugee Week partnership.
Culture And Sport Glasgow Staff Engagement Survey 2009
In 2009, Ipsos MORI conducted the first of a series of Staff Engagement Surveys. The main objective of the three-year involvement of Ipsos MORI is “to identify and explore the issues which are important to staff and the impact of these issues on their working life”.
Scotland’s International Strategy
18 September 2007
As part of the Scottish Government’s wider International Strategy, Ipsos MORI was commissioned to undertake research to support the Germany Strategy.
Popularity Of Museums And Galleries
15 October 2004
The first major research for five years on museum visiting and satisfaction levels has been published by the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA). The MORI research found that more than a third of adults aged fifteen or over visited a museum and/or art gallery in the past year (37%) — more than visited a theme park (23%) or attended the theatre (33%) or a live sporting event (28%).
Annual London Survey 2003
21 January 2004
A recent MORI Social Research Institute survey conducted on behalf of the Greater London Authority shows that Londoners continue to be positive about living in the Capital. Nearly four out of five residents (78%) claim to be satisfied with their neighbourhood, as opposed to one in seven (14%) who are dissatisfied. Seven out of 10 (71%) are satisfied with London in general, with 15% dissatisfied.
Britain's View Of Russia - MORI reveals survey ahead of President Putin's visit
19 June 2003
Russian President Vladimir Putins is starting to have a certain degree of recognition in Britain with nearly half (45%) able to name him as the Russian President, and most prominent spontaneous impressions of him are that he is a "good leader" and "good for Russia". These are the findings of new research from MORI, commissioned by the Russian Information Agency NOVOSTI ahead of Putin's visit to the UK later this month.
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