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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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The Future of the Monarchy January 2002 MORI poll for Granada TV The Future of the Monarchy
Britain In The 21St Century 19 September 2000 MORI interviewed a nationally representative quota sample of 1,025 adults throughout Great Britain by MORI/Field & Tab across 185 constituency-based sampling points as part of MORI's Omnibus survey. Interviews were carried out using CAPI (Computer Assisted Personal Interviewing) face-to-face in respondents' homes between 20-24 July 2000. Data have been weighted to reflect the national population profile. Britain In The 21St Century
Mo Mowlam And The Royal Family Poll 2 July 2000 MORI poll for the Mail on Sunday, June 2000 Mo Mowlam And The Royal Family Poll
Royal Family Poll, November 1999 15 November 1999 Research study conducted for the Daily Mail Newspaper, published 15 November 1999 Royal Family Poll, November 1999
British Public Expects Big Brother Crime Fighting Techniques In The 21st Century 19 November 1999 An astonishing MORI survey, carried out on behalf of the National Neighbourhood Watch Association (NNWA), has revealed that the British public expects the fight against crime in the 21st Century to go much further than ever before in using the latest technological advances. The survey shows that fully 75% of the population expect that DNA records will be held by the police on every person in Britain before the end of the next century. British Public Expects Big Brother Crime Fighting Techniques In The 21st Century
Fortunes Of The Family Look Promising For 2000 17th October 1999 The traditional close-knit family could be due a comeback in the next millennium, a survey has found. Fortunes Of The Family Look Promising For 2000
British Attitudes To Technology - Now And In The Future 20th July 1999 The British public wants maintenance free cars, self cleaning kitchens, calorie free food and electronic access to community information, according to the 1999 Motorola report on the British and Technology, published today, 20 July. British Attitudes To Technology - Now And In The Future
Prince Charles at 50 November 1998 MORI poll for the Daily Mail and GMTV to mark the 50th birthday of the Prince of Wales Prince Charles at 50
Royal Family Poll 23 August 1998 Research Study conducted for The Mail on Sunday between 18 - 20 August 1998 Royal Family Poll
Prince Charles and the Future of the Monarchy August 1997 MORI poll for the Sun, August 1997 Prince Charles and the Future of the Monarchy
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