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Economy, immigration and healthcare are Britons’ top three issues deciding general election vote 15 September 2014 September's Ipsos MORI Political Monitor shows three policies joint top as most important in deciding their general election vote. Economy, immigration and healthcare are Britons’ top three issues deciding general election vote
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
Over half say UKIP raises key issues that other parties don't, but only 14% want their MP to defect 12 September 2014 Ipsos MORI’s last Political Monitor before party conference season and the Clacton by-election shows that UKIP’s popularity has risen by two percentage points, as other parties’ remain stable. Over half say UKIP raises key issues that other parties don't, but only 14% want their MP to defect
Meet the switchers 11 September 2014 Online discussions held by Ipsos MORI identified five principal reasons as to why No voters are switching to a Yes vote in the Scottish Independence Referendum. Meet the switchers
MPs’ attitudes to Heathrow Airport expansion 7 September 2014 Ipsos MORI's Summer Survey of MPs for 2014 shows 58% of MPs believe that the best option to solve the issue of the UK’s hub airport capacity is a third runway at Heathrow. MPs’ attitudes to Heathrow Airport expansion
Trust in information about the Independence Referendum 27 August 2014 With just a few weeks to go until the referendum it is clear from an Ipsos MORI Scotland survey for Full Fact that many voters have found it difficult to access the information they need to make a decision about which way to vote. Trust in information about the Independence Referendum
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
Half of Britons think Boris Johnson standing as an MP increases the Conservatives' chances next year 18 August 2014 New research from Ipsos MORI shows that half (51%) of Britons think the Conservatives’ chances of winning the 2015 General Election will increase if Boris Johnson stands as an MP. Half of Britons think Boris Johnson standing as an MP increases the Conservatives' chances next year
Economic optimism up to second highest ever but three in ten are still worried about paying the bills 14 August 2014 Ipsos MORI’s latest Economic Optimism Index shows that half the public (51%) believe that general economic condition of the country will improve over the next 12 months. Economic optimism up to second highest ever but three in ten are still worried about paying the bills
Labour and Conservatives neck and neck, while Boris Johnson has biggest impact on potential Conservative vote share over other possible challengers 13 August 2014 The Ipsos MORI Political Monitor for August shows that support for the Conservatives and Labour is tied at 33% if there were a General Election tomorrow, the first time since October 2013. Labour and Conservatives neck and neck, while Boris Johnson has biggest impact on potential Conservative vote share over other possible challengers
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