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Benefit cap encouraging some work-seeking 14 April 2014 An Ipsos MORI survey for the Department for Work and Pensions has found that many of those currently affected by the benefit cap say they have been more encouraged to find work as a result of the policy. Benefit cap encouraging some work-seeking
Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker: Q1 2014 12 April 2014 The latest Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker conducted by Ipsos MORI finds 71% of the public expecting the average UK house price to rise in the next 12 months. Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker: Q1 2014
Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker 12 April 2014 Long-term trends from the Halifax Housing Market Confidence tracker. Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker
High rise in the capital: Londoners split on merits of more tall buildings 27 March 2014 According to an Ipsos MORI poll for New London Architecture, Londoners are split on the future of tall buildings in London. High rise in the capital: Londoners split on merits of more tall buildings
Scots more likely to think their attitudes are related to where you come from 12 March 2014 New polling by Ipsos MORI for the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Scotland reveals that Scots are more likely than people in the rest of Britain to think that their opinions are formed by where they come from. Scots more likely to think their attitudes are related to where you come from
One in seven Britons expect to look into building their own home 26 February 2014 A new poll commissioned by the National Self Build Association (NaSBA) finds one in seven (14%) Britons now expect to research or plan how to build a home for themselves in the next 12 months. One in seven Britons expect to look into building their own home
Impact of welfare reform on housing associations 12 February 2014 According to the latest Ipsos MORI survey of housing associations for the National Housing Federation, nearly three in five (58%) say they have been significantly affected by the introduction of the size criteria. Impact of welfare reform on housing associations
Housing key issue for Londoners who want to see financial freedom for local government 8 January 2014 Ipsos MORI's polling amongst Londoners, carried out on behalf of London Councils found 27% mention the affordability of housing among the most important issues facing London. Housing key issue for Londoners who want to see financial freedom for local government
Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker 3 January 2014 The latest Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker finds that a majority of the British public think that the next 12 months will be a good time to sell property. Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker
Nearly half the public think house prices in their area are currently too high 12 November 2013 According to an Ipsos MORI poll conducted for BBC Panorama, 46% think house prices in their area are currently too high whilst fewer than one in ten (9%) think house prices are too low. Nearly half the public think house prices in their area are currently too high
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