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World Questions Global Survey
2 November 2010
An international Ipsos MORI survey commissioned by King’s College London on World Questions indicates that before nations can tackle several global challenges, they must first understand and bridge the gap between their divergent opinions.
19 November 2005
On behalf of Help the Aged, MORI Social Research Institute conducted research among 18-54 year old full-time and part-time working adults. A quantitative survey was conducted across the UK to assess public opinion about pensioner lifestyles, and awareness of pension-related issues.
Poverty And Poor Health Create Isolation In Older People
17 October 2000
New MORI research commissioned by the Help the Aged British Gas partnership reveals the wide scale problem of isolation in older people in Britain today. The survey findings show the disturbing link between low incomes and poor health and the scourges of too many older people's lives - isolation and loneliness.
Environment and Social Justice
MORI's survey for Real World highlights the importance of certain issues to voters when contemplating which party to vote for at the 1997 general election
The Poverty Line in Britain Today
Approximately 27 per cent of the adult population (representing 1 million people) claim that their income is lower than the level they identified as being enough to keep a household like theirs out of poverty.