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The Economist/Ipsos MORI Issues Index - July 2014 23 July 2014 Race/immigration retains its position as the most important issue facing Britain today, and concern about poverty/inequality is at its highest ever in our latest Issues Index for the Economist The Economist/Ipsos MORI Issues Index - July 2014
Ipsos MORI Political Monitor - Majority are not confident that the public inquiries into historical child abuse allegations will find out the truth 17 July 2014 The majority of Britons think child abuse was covered up in the 1970s and 1980s, but the majority lack confidence that public inquiries into historical child abuse allegations will find out the truth, according to the July 2014 Ipsos MORI Political Monitor. Ipsos MORI Political Monitor - Majority are not confident that the public inquiries into historical child abuse allegations will find out the truth
Ipsos MORI Political Monitor July 2014 16 July 2014 July's Political Monitor reveals Boris Johnson as the most popular leading Conservative, with Michael Gove least popular, while less than one in four think Ed Miliband has what it takes to be a good Prime Minister. Ipsos MORI Political Monitor July 2014
Ipsos MORI Political Monitor June 2014 18 June 2014 Ipsos MORI's Political Monitor for June shows just a quarter think Ed Miliband is ready to be Prime Minister, while the Conservatives are considered to be the most united on policy and the best team of leaders - but Labour retain a slight poll lead. Ipsos MORI Political Monitor June 2014
Political Monitor Archive 18 June 2014 Index of recent Ipsos MORI monthly Political Monitor surveys and to the associated political trends Political Monitor Archive
General Election 2015: One Year Out 27 May 2014 In new research carried out by Ipsos MORI and King’s College London, just under half of Britons (45%) say it is very important to them who wins the election, matching figures normally seen at the very height of the election campaign itself in 2010 and 2005. General Election 2015: One Year Out
Ipsos MORI Political Monitor May 2014 - Europe Section 15 May 2014 Ipsos MORI's Political Monitor for May shows a turnaround in British opinion on Europe, with more than half now in favour of staying in the European Union. Ipsos MORI Political Monitor May 2014 - Europe Section
Ipsos MORI Political Monitor May 2014 14 May 2014 Ipsos MORI’s Economic Optimism Index is at its highest ever point in its 36-year history, according to May’s Ipsos MORI Political Monitor. More than half of Britons – 53% – think the UK economy will improve over the next 12 months. Ipsos MORI Political Monitor May 2014
Audit of Political Engagement 29 April 2014 The Audit of Political Engagement is an annual research survey measuring the nature and extent of political engagement among adults in the UK, undertaken by the Hansard Society and conducted by Ipsos MORI. Audit of Political Engagement
Eleven EU countries surveyed on Ukraine 29 April 2014 An Ipsos MORI survey shows a majority (55%) of citizens of eleven countries in the European Union believe their leaders should do everything possible to support stability in the remaining country of Ukraine given the recent annexation of the Crimea region by the Russian Federation. Eleven EU countries surveyed on Ukraine
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