Ipsos MORI Research Archive
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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Most Say Hunting Should Not Be Legal
MORI conducted a nationally-representative telephone survey of 1,000 adults aged 15+ between 14-16 November 2003. It found that most people — in each case — felt that deer hunting, hare hunting & coursing and fox hunting should not be legal (82%, 77% & 69% respectively).
Four In Five Find Hunting 'Cruel'
26 December 2002
A majority of people in the UK think that hunting with dogs is cruel, according to new figures from the MORI Social Research Institute. The project, commissioned by the Campaign to Protect Hunted Animals (CPHA), asked people to say whether they believed four selected words did or did not apply to hunting with hounds.
The Countryside March Survey
23 September 2002
A quarter (27%) of those who marched through London on the 'Life and Liberty' march this weekend believe fox hunting should be the main priority for the Countryside Alliance. The MORI Social Research Institute survey, commissioned by the International Fund for Animal Welfare and League Against Cruel Sports, was carried out along the march route.
Public Supports Move To Drag Hunting
19 September 2002
Most people in the UK do not believe hunting with dogs is humane, according to the latest research conducted by the MORI Social Research Institute. MORI SRI was commissioned by a number of animal welfare groups to see if public opinion had changed by many of the high profile arguments for and against a ban on hunting.
Public Seek End To Hunting Debate
9 September 2002
Almost three-quarters of the public think the Government has taken too long to resolve the hunting issue. A survey carried out by the MORI Social Research Institute shows 73% of people agree that the government has taken too long to resolve the issue, "one way or another".
Poll Shows Public Support For Ban On Hunting
18 March 2002
A MORI poll, released immediately after the Commons vote for a ban on hunting with dogs, shows that a majority of the public believes that the government should now bring in a ban on hunting this year, irrespective of the vote in the House of Lords tomorrow.
Only 22 Weeks To Even The Score, Tony
14 February 2002
Anti-hunt campaigners today urged the Prime Minister to take action to ban hunting with dogs in England and Wales following the historic success of the hunting bill in Scotland.
Seven Out Of Ten Scots Oppose Hunting With Dogs
12 September 2000
The International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), a member of the Scottish Campaign Against Hunting with Dog's (SCAHD) today released the results of a recent poll conducted by MORI Scotland showing that approximately 7 out of 10 Scots are opposed to hunting with dogs.
Expectations Of Future Government
8 June 2001
Election Week poll for The Economist, including questions on approval of possible government policies and support for likely party leadership candidates