Ipsos MORI Research Archive
Ipsos MORI is one of the leading political, social and business research companies in the UK and Ireland. We produce a huge volume of surveys and research, working with hundreds of clients across the public and private sectors. Our polls consist of tracking data from our research on a wide variety of subjects, including education, healthcare, crime, the monarchy, race, business and politics. Our survey data encapsulates the views, experiences and behaviours of the general public and specific audiences. Our long term political and social trends, collected over the last 30+ years, are unrivalled amongst polling organisations.
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“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.
2009 Members of the Scottish Parliament Survey findings
15 January 2010
A year ago, MSPs were overwhelmingly pessimistic about the near-term prospects for the Scottish economy. Views now are more mixed – one in six Government Members believe prospects will improve compared to half of Opposition Members.
April 2010 Political Monitor
21 April 2010
Our April Political Monitor shows that, among those who are absolutely certain to vote, 32% say they would vote Conservative, 32% Liberal Democrat and 28% Labour.
Attitudes to Regional Government
8 March 1999
Research study conducted for The Economist between 5-8 March and published 26 March 1999
MORI interviewed a representative quota sample of 2,147 respondents aged 15+ at 158 sampling points across Great Britain.
Attitudes to Women Politicians
30 April 2002
This survey was designed to complement the British Council campaign on the issue in East and Central Africa where separate research was conducted. For further information, go to the: British Council website
Attitudes Towards Party Leaders
12 June 2007
Ipsos MORI's weekend telephone poll shows that the public are increasingly distrustful of David Cameron, Sir Menzies Campbell and Gordon Brown. While Tony Blair's trust rating is virtually unchanged from September 2006, the percent of people rating Cameron 'not trustworthy' has increased 17 points. Campbell sees a similar 'not trustworthy' increase of 11 points, and Brown of 10 points. This is the lowest rating yet for Gordon Brown, and means he will start as Prime Minister with a lower trust rating than Blair had after three years as Prime Minister.
Audit of Political Engagement
25 March 2004
This week the Electoral Commission and the Hansard Society published a report seeking to audit the nature and extent of the UK public's political engagement, to be used to provide a platform for further debate about what might be done to enhance engagement in politics and the political process. The report is primarily based on a Political Engagement Poll conducted by the MORI Social Research Institute of 1,976 UK adults aged 18+ conducted in December 2003.
Audit Of Political Engagement
1 March 2005
A new report published today shows that whilst most people have a strong aspiration to have a say in how the country is run, many doubt that political participation is the best way to do so. According to research conducted by MORI for The Electoral Commission and Hansard Society's second annual Audit of political engagement, two-thirds of the public (67%) want to have a say in how the country is run, but only 27% at the moment feel that they do have a say.
Blair Two Years On
8 June 2003
Public satisfaction with Tony Blair's premiership has fallen as he passes the two-year mark in his second term, new MORI analysis for the BBC has shown, but he remains on course for re-election.
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