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State of the Nation 13 September 2014 A new Ipsos MORI poll for the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust finds that there is a demand for further devolution of powers among Britons, with a majority feeling that power is currently too centralised. State of the Nation
Welsh AMs believe Scottish independence would lead to greater powers devolved to Wales 10 September 2014 A new survey of Welsh Assembly Members conducted by Ipsos MORI finds that two-thirds (65%) of AMs believe that Scottish independence would lead to greater powers being granted to the Senedd. Welsh AMs believe Scottish independence would lead to greater powers devolved to Wales
95% of MPs think Scotland will stay part of the UK 21 August 2014 A new Ipsos MORI poll finds that 95% of MPs think Scotland will vote ‘No’ in the upcoming Independence Referendum. 95% of MPs think Scotland will stay part of the UK
Rt Hon William Hague MP takes top spot as “most impressive parliamentarian” 15 September 2013 The latest installment of Ipsos MORI’s long-running survey of MPs finds William Hague topping the charts as the most impressive British politician. Rt Hon William Hague MP takes top spot as “most impressive parliamentarian”
MPs' views on the economy 26 December 2012 This poll presents MPs views on the economy and immigration as part of the Summer 2012 study of Britain’s Members of Parliament. MPs' views on the economy
‘Boris Island’ gains very little support amongst MPs 12 November 2012 According to Ipsos MORI’s study of British Members of Parliament, 46% of MPs surveyed strongly or tend to support the expansion of Heathrow Airport. ‘Boris Island’ gains very little support amongst MPs
Use of data and statistics 1 October 2012 Here are some of the findings from Ipsos MORI's Winter 2011 Survey of MPs. Use of data and statistics
Knowledge of Parliament 1991-2010 30 March 2011 Q How much, if anything, do you feel you know about Parliament/about the way Parliament works/the role of MPs? Knowledge of Parliament 1991-2010
Public Knowledge of their Member of Parliament's Name 30 March 2011 Q What is the name of your local Member of Parliament? Public Knowledge of their Member of Parliament's Name
Impact of the expenses scandal recedes 4 April 2010 Ipsos MORI's recent poll for Total Politics shows that the impact of the expenses scandal on voting may have fallen away since the summer. Impact of the expenses scandal recedes
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