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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
George Osborne takes lead over Ed Balls as most capable Chancellor 13 December 2013 Our December 2013 Political Monitor featuring the latest voting intention trends, satisfaction in party leaders, economic optimism and this month the relative popularity of George Osborne, Ed Balls and Boris Johnson. George Osborne takes lead over Ed Balls as most capable Chancellor
Support for Scottish independence goes up in latest Ipsos MORI/STV News poll 9 December 2013 According to our latest poll for STV News, among those certain to vote in next year’s referendum, 34% would vote ‘Yes’ if the referendum were held now. Support for Scottish independence goes up in latest Ipsos MORI/STV News poll
Ipsos MORI Autumn Statement 2013 Poll 6 December 2013 An Ipsos MORI snap poll carried out in the evening following the Autumn Statement shows that when asked whether they agree with Ed Balls that George Osborne is in denial about the cost of living crisis or with George Osborne that his long term plan for economic recovery is working, the public agree with Mr Balls over Mr Osborne by 40% to 24%. Ipsos MORI Autumn Statement 2013 Poll
Half of Britons feel no benefit of economic growth 15 November 2013 The latest Ipsos MORI Political Monitor shows that half of Britons feel the recent economic upturn has had no impact on their standard of living (48%). Just one in seven (14%) say it has had a great deal/fair amount of impact. Half of Britons feel no benefit of economic growth
Scottish Government approval rating increases 18 October 2013 As the SNP gathers for its conference in Perth this weekend, our latest poll finds that satisfaction with the Scottish Government’s performance has increased since May. Scottish Government approval rating increases
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