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Government Delivery Index 27 September 2004 On balance do you agree or disagree that… Government Delivery Index
Government Delivery Index 23 June 2004 On balance do you agree or disagree that… Government Delivery Index
Government Delivery Index 24 March 2004 On balance do you agree or disagree that… Government Delivery Index
Teachers Critical Of Government Performance 12 December 2003 Fewer than one in three teachers is satisfied with the government's performance on education. The research by MORI, conducted in Autumn 2003 as part of the MORI Teachers' Omnibus survey, found that just 30% of teachers are satisfied with the government's performance on one of its key election pledges. One in two (51%) of those surveyed are dissatisfied, including one in six teachers (17%) who say they are very dissatisfied. Teachers Critical Of Government Performance
Voters Oppose Expansion Of Faith Schools 30 November 2001 Nearly twice as many people oppose the Government's plan to expand faith schooling as support it, a MORI poll conducted exclusively for The TES reveals. More than two in five people are against increasing the number of state-funded religious schools, the survey of nearly 2,000 people found. Voters Oppose Expansion Of Faith Schools
MORI Political Monitor, October 2001 26 October 2001 Political Attitudes in Great Britain for October 2001, including questions on reactions to 9/11 MORI Political Monitor, October 2001
MORI Political Monitor, June 2001 28 June 2001 Political Attitudes in Great Britain, June 2001, including questions on the Conservative leadership election MORI Political Monitor, June 2001
What's Worrying Britain? A Scottish Perspective 21 June 2001 What's Worrying Britain - Five Years On - GB press release The Scottish public ranks the health service, unemployment and law and order issues as its greatest concerns, in line with the rest of Great Britain1, according to a new MORI poll commissioned by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in 13 European countries. What's Worrying Britain? A Scottish Perspective
What's Worrying Britain - Five Years On 21 June 2001 What's Worrying Britain? A Scottish Perspective - Scottish press release What's Worrying Britain - Five Years On
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