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Economist/Ipsos MORI March 2012 Issues Index 22 March 2012 Concern about petrol prices/fuel has risen by seven percentage points to 13%, the highest level in exactly a year, as pump prices reach a record high. Economist/Ipsos MORI March 2012 Issues Index
Economist/Ipsos MORI March 2011 Issues Index 31 March 2011 The most marked increase this month is with petrol prices/fuel. One in seven (15%) are concerned about this, an increase of seven percentage points since last month, and the highest since July 2008. Those who are most concerned include those in rural areas (20%), those in social grades DE (21%) and those in Scotland (27%). Economist/Ipsos MORI March 2011 Issues Index
Public make petrol prices top transport priority 17 March 2011 A new survey conducted by Ipsos MORI for the RAC Foundation has found the cost of petrol and diesel to be the public’s highest transport priority for Government action. Public make petrol prices top transport priority
Drivers Decide On Petrol 3 September 2002 Fewer drivers say they buy their petrol and diesel from ESSO than did a year ago, according to new research from the MORI Social Research Institute. In August 2001, a quarter of UK drivers (26%) said they bought from ESSO, but in July 2002, this had dropped to one in five (19%). Drivers Decide On Petrol
Petrol Buyers Would Boycott Esso 17 May 2001 A newly published MORI poll for the Stop Esso Campaign shows 53 percent of petrol buyers would boycott Esso because of the company's attempts to block action on global warming. Figures for Esso's existing customers are virtually identical. A telephone survey by Greenpeace of leading supermarkets revealed that ASDA, Tesco and Morrisons do not supply Esso fuels, Safeway's does supply Esso fuels and Sainsbury's refuse to reveal its suppliers. Petrol Buyers Would Boycott Esso
Petrol Crisis Poll 5 November 2000 QV1 How would you vote if there were a General Election tomorrow? [If undecided or refused at Q1] QV2 Which party are you most inclined to support? Petrol Crisis Poll
The Blair Government And Petrol Prices 24 September 2000 QV1 How would you vote if there were a General Election tomorrow? (If undecided or refused at Q1) QV2 Which party are you most inclined to support? Base: 1,011 The Blair Government And Petrol Prices
Petrol Crisis 18 September 2000
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