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Economist/Ipsos MORI September 2014 Issues Index 25 September 2014 The Economist/ Ipsos MORI 40th anniversary Issues index shows that concern about defence/foreign affairs increases at the expense of concern about unemployment. Economist/Ipsos MORI September 2014 Issues Index
Most renters are satisfied with their tenure (and are online) 18 September 2014 New research by Ipsos MORI for Affinity Sutton – one of the biggest providers of affordable housing in England – finds most private and social renters satisfied with their tenure but also that significant “digital divides” exist within and between the two tenures. Most renters are satisfied with their tenure (and are online)
Interest rates unchanged as yet, but two in five concerned 22 August 2014 A survey carried out between the 4th and 21st July 2014 has found that two in five mortgage holders in Britain (41%) are concerned about the impact of a rise in interest rates on their mortgage payments in the next 12 months. Interest rates unchanged as yet, but two in five concerned
Cold, draughty, mouldy, damp: What the UK public think about their homes 13 August 2014 Ipsos MORI’s i:omnibus was commissioned by the Energy Saving Trust to conduct a survey on public perception and understanding of various aspects relating to energy saving, government energy schemes and household appliances. Cold, draughty, mouldy, damp: What the UK public think about their homes
House price expectations remain stable, buying sentiment falls 28 July 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, unchanged since last quarter. This is fourteen times the proportion expecting the average price to fall (5%). House price expectations remain stable, buying sentiment falls
Private renters feel the effect of the high cost of housing 23 June 2014 A newly commissioned poll, conducted on behalf of the Chartered Institute of Housing, shows that private renters are currently feeling the effects of the high cost of housing. Private renters feel the effect of the high cost of housing
Mid Sussex and Horsham Housing Survey 17 June 2014 Ipsos MORI was commissioned to carry out a survey of adult residents living across the Horsham and Mid Sussex local authority areas. The purpose of the survey for Meeting Place Communications was to help understand local opinion on housing topics as well as preferences for potential future housing developments. Mid Sussex and Horsham Housing Survey
One year on: The impact of welfare reforms on housing association tenants 2 May 2014 Ipsos MORI and the Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research have been commissioned by the National Housing Federation to conduct a programme of research to assess the impacts of welfare reform across the Housing Association sector. One year on: The impact of welfare reforms on housing association tenants
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 - Long Term Trends 14 April 2014 Long-term trends from the Halifax Housing Market Confidence tracker conducted by Ipsos MORI. Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker - Long Term Trends
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