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Confidence in the Government's Economic Policies 1980-2011 27 January 2011 Q On balance, do you agree or disagree with the statement that "in the long term, this government's policies will improve the state of Britain's economy"? Confidence in the Government's Economic Policies 1980-2011
Government Delivery Index - Improving Public Services 27 January 2011 Q On balance, do you agree or disagree with the statement that "in the long term, this government's policies will improve the state of Britain's public services"? Government Delivery Index - Improving Public Services
Public's views on prostitution 4 September 2008 Ipsos MORI recently undertook a two-part survey for the Government Equalities Office on the subject of prostitution. Public's views on prostitution
Ipsos MORI Delivery Index Budget Briefing 11 March 2008 Alistair Darling delivers his first Budget as Chancellor this week having faced a number of difficulties since entering 11 Downing Street last summer, such as an economic slowdown and criticism of his handling of Northern Rock. Ipsos MORI Delivery Index Budget Briefing
Government Delivery Index - Influence over government policies 29 November 2007 Q On balance, do you agree or disagree with the following statement? "I have influence over the government's policies" Government Delivery Index - Influence over government policies
Ipsos MORI Delivery Index, November 2007 11 December 2007 Ipsos MORI's fourth quarter Delivery Index shows that public trust in the Government is on the decline. Over half of the public do not trust the Government to act in Britain's interests (53%), while two in five (40%) do trust the Government on this. Ipsos MORI Delivery Index, November 2007
Ipsos MORI Delivery Index, September 2007 14 September 2007 The first wave of a major new study, the Delivery Index, is launched by Ipsos MORI today. It shows the scale of the challenge facing Prime Minister Gordon Brown as he tries to develop a new style of politics to define his premiership. Ipsos MORI Delivery Index, September 2007
Ipsos MORI Delivery Index, May 2007 29 May 2007 The recent resignation announcement of Prime Minister Tony Blair and the imminent accession of Gordon Brown has increased optimism about the future of the economy and public services. Ipsos MORI Delivery Index, May 2007
Ipsos MORI Delivery Index, March 2007 19 March 2007 Ipsos MORI's latest findings from our quarterly Delivery Index tracker survey show that public confidence in the future of the NHS remains at a very low level, although confidence in the future of education remains higher. Ipsos MORI Delivery Index, March 2007
Government Delivery Index 2 December 2004 MORI's latest Delivery Index survey, conducted for the Financial Times, shows that the public remain divided over whether the Government's policies will improve the state of the economy. The public also remain sceptical about the Government's ability to improve public service in the long term, although trends on both these areas have improved since 2003. Government Delivery Index
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