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Public Services and Choice Poll
22 July 2003
People are losing trust in Labour's ability to improve the economy and public services, according to a new survey by the MORI Social Research Institute. The general public are just as likely to trust the Conservatives to do the best job of improving the economy, education and transport in this country, as they are to trust Labour. Only a third (32%) believe that the Government's policies will improve the state of Britain's economy, and only just over a quarter (28%) believe that they will improve public services, down from 54% in 2001.
Ratings For Blair And IDS Rise In The First Weekend Of The War
28 March 2003
The first poll on domestic political issues since the war started shows Tony Blair's satisfaction ratings rising to their highest level since June 2002. The latest MORI Political Monitor, with interviews carried out between 20-24 March, finds the proportion satisfied with his performance as Prime Minister rising from 31% to 43%, with those dissatisfied falling from 61% to 48%. That means his net score — those satisfied minus dissatisfied — has risen from minus 30 to minus 5. After a month in February when his rating among his own party supporters fell to its lowest ever, Labour voters are now three times more likely to be satisfied with his performance than dissatisfied.
Reuters Marginal Constituencies poll - Wave 4
29 April 2010
The fourth of our polls in key marginal constituencies, Ipsos MORI’s new poll for Reuters points towards a hung parliament; but a week before polling day, almost half of voters say they may still change their mind. Interviews were conducted on 23rd- 26th April 2010.
Reuters Marginal Constituencies poll - Wave 5
3 May 2010
The last of our polls in key marginal constituencies, Ipsos MORI’s new poll for Reuters points suggests that the Conservatives are inching towards a majority with a 7% swing from 2005 in these key battleground constituencies.
Reuters/Ipsos MORI April 2011 Political Monitor
20 April 2011
The Reuters/Ipsos MORI April Political Monitor shows an increase in economic optimism in the wake of official figures showing surprise drops in both unemployment and inflation
Reuters/Ipsos MORI August 2011 Political Monitor
25 August 2011
Most believe that British society is ‘broken’ – but despite the riots this has fallen slightly since 2008. Even more people agree with David Cameron’s assertion that “pockets of Britain are not only broken, but frankly sick”.
Reuters/Ipsos MORI June Political Monitor
22 June 2011
The public is split on public sector strikes although most think trade unions are essential to protect workers’ rights. Trade unions are seen as more powerful than in the 1990s, although a long way from the 1970s.
Reuters/Ipsos MORI November 2010 Political Monitor
17 November 2010
The November Reuters/ Ipsos MORI Political Monitor in November shows a lead for Labour over the Conservatives, with voting shares of 39% and 36% respectively. The Liberal Democrat vote share is 14%, unchanged since last month. This is the highest share of the vote that we have recorded for the Labour party since October 2007.