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Children's Attitude To Politics
22 March 2002
A quarter (23%) of children aged 11 to 16 say they understand how Parliament works. One in eight (12%) know about the European Union (EU) but almost a quarter (23%) claim never to have heard of it.
Crisis Of Confidence For Leaders
3 March 2003
Tony Blair and Iain Duncan Smith are facing a crisis of confidence with the British public, with both recording further falls in their satisfaction ratings.
Defence And Asylum Rise Up The Agenda
2 February 2003
Against a backdrop of increased concern about war in Iraq, Tony Blair's satisfaction ratings have fallen another five points in the past month, with only one third of the electorate now saying they are satisfied with the job he is doing as Prime Minister. Even fewer — 26% — are satisfied with the way the Government is running the country — the lowest figure since the fuel crisis in September 2000.
Disabled People and the 2005 General Election
11 April 2005
In research conducted in February and March this year, on behalf of Leonard Cheshire, MORI reveals the importance of the disabled vote to the forthcoming general election. In these surveys, over half of disabled respondents said they would consider switching their vote if the policies of their preferred party were disability unfriendly. As turnout may well be one of the key determinants of the outcome of the election, the political parties will take this seriously, as disabled voters, in these surveys, were more likely than the electorate at large to say they would be voting come 5th May.
Effect of the Budget
24 April 2012
Q Do you think the Budget proposals are a good thing or a bad thing?