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Public sees both Miliband and Cameron drifting further to the left and right 17 October 2013 Ipsos MORI’s latest poll has Labour and the Conservatives tied for the first time since January 2012. Both parties are on 35% among those who say they are certain to vote, UKIP is on 10% and the Liberal Democrats on 9%. Public sees both Miliband and Cameron drifting further to the left and right
Ipsos MORI survey of Transport Journalists 2013 4 October 2013 Results from Ipsos MORI’s 2013 survey of transport journalists shows that Boris Johnson and Patrick McLoughlin are currently tied as the country’s ‘most impressive spokesperson’ on transport. Ipsos MORI survey of Transport Journalists 2013
“No such thing as society”? 26 September 2013 Ipsos MORI tested two versions of Margaret Thatcher’s famous “no such thing as society” interview, each with representative samples of the population – one with just that simple statement, and one with a much longer excerpt from the interview. And there is a dramatic difference in results. “No such thing as society”?
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”
Conservatives are happier with the direction of their party than Labour and Liberal Democrats 13 September 2013 Ipsos MORI’s latest poll shows that Conservative supporters are happier with the direction of their party than Labour or Liberal Democrat supporters are with their parties Conservatives are happier with the direction of their party than Labour and Liberal Democrats
Labour lead of three points as Miliband’s personal ratings fall to lowest ever 11 September 2013 The latest Political Monitor shows a softening in Labour’s lead to just three points over the Conservatives. Meanwhile, Ed Miliband’s personal ratings continue their downward trend over the year. Labour lead of three points as Miliband’s personal ratings fall to lowest ever
Ipsos MORI Political Monitor August 2013: Economic Optimism 16 August 2013 Economic optimism has risen for the fifth consecutive month, according to the latest Ipsos MORI Political Monitor, and our Economic Optimism Index stands at its highest since January 2010. Ipsos MORI Political Monitor August 2013: Economic Optimism
Ipsos MORI Political Monitor August 2013 15 August 2013 The latest Ipsos MORI Political Monitor shows that Ed Miliband and Nick Clegg, in particular, are facing a struggle in communicating to voters what they stand for. Ipsos MORI Political Monitor August 2013
Trade Unions Poll 19 July 2013 A new Ipsos MORI poll shows that most Britons believe trade unions are essential to protect workers' interests, although many have concerns about their links to the Labour Party. Trade Unions Poll
Ipsos MORI Political Monitor July 2013 17 July 2013 More people now expect the economy to improve in the next year than think it will get worse according to the new Ipsos MORI Political Monitor. Ipsos MORI Political Monitor July 2013
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