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New poll reveals anxieties about Scottish independence 4 March 2014 New polling by Ipsos MORI and King’s College shows more people across Britain have anxieties about the prospect of Scottish independence than think it will have a positive impact on economic and cultural issues. New poll reveals anxieties about Scottish independence
‘No’ retains lead as referendum campaigns enter final 200 days 3 March 2014 With a little less than 200 days to go until Scotland goes to the polls in the independence referendum, our latest poll for STV News shows little change in public opinion compared to our last poll in December 2013. ‘No’ retains lead as referendum campaigns enter final 200 days
Attitudes towards voting for the main political parties 26 February 2014 A new Ipsos MORI poll for British Future shows that around four in ten British adults would never consider voting for each of the Conservatives (40%), Liberal Democrats (41%) and UKIP (42%). Attitudes towards voting for the main political parties
PMQs Poll 11 February 2014 The Hansard Society's "Tuned in or Turned off? Public attitudes to Prime Minister's Questions" report includes some of the findings of Ipsos MORI's survey for their 11th annual Audit of Political Engagement polling. PMQs Poll
Economic optimism at highest since 1997 as Cameron opens up lead over Miliband on dealing with the economy and unemployment 6 February 2014 The February Ipsos MORI Political Monitor records the public’s economic optimism at its highest since May 1997 when Tony Blair and New Labour had just moved into Downing Street Economic optimism at highest since 1997 as Cameron opens up lead over Miliband on dealing with the economy and unemployment
Trade unions seen as essential, though not as powerful as in the 1970s and 80s 5 February 2014 A new Ipsos MORI poll shows that most Britons believe trade unions are essential to protect workers' interests, although some have concerns about their links to the Labour Party. Trade unions seen as essential, though not as powerful as in the 1970s and 80s
Mustn’t grumble: the British are happy, despite being gloomy 20 January 2014 The British public is largely happy despite being gloomy about their country’s circumstances and prospects, according to our Global Trends Survey. Mustn’t grumble: the British are happy, despite being gloomy
Hung parliaments seen as bad for the country, but half still expect another coalition in 2015 17 January 2014 Ipsos MORI’s Political Monitor reveals the majority of Britons think a hung parliament is bad for the country, both in regard to the 2010 result and looking forward to 2015. But despite this opposition to coalitions, half expect to see another coalition in 2015 Hung parliaments seen as bad for the country, but half still expect another coalition in 2015
King’s College London / Ipsos MORI political leadership poll 14 January 2014 On the eve of a major conference on the nature of political leadership, hosted by King’s College London and Ipsos MORI, new polling and analysis from Ipsos MORI shows that the public’s average satisfaction ratings of the three main party leaders combined are lower than we have ever seen at an equivalent point before an election. King’s College London / Ipsos MORI political leadership poll
Britain is most concerned about immigration control 30 December 2013 A new international survey across 19 countries by Ipsos MORI shows that Britain is by far the most concerned about immigration control. Britain is most concerned about immigration control
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