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Predictions for 2013 poll 29 January 2013 A new Ipsos MORI poll of predictions for 2013 reveals how likely the British public think it is that the Coalition will break up, NASA will find life on Mars, Prince Harry will get engaged, Andy Murray will win Wimbledon and the UK economy will fall back into recession. Predictions for 2013 poll
Survey for Age UK 23 September 2010 Ipsos MORI's survey for Age UK shows the general public want entitlements for people in old age such as Winter Fuel Payments and free prescriptions to remain universal in October’s spending review. Survey for Age UK
Ipsos MORI/Observer Political Monitor 31 January 2010 Ipsos MORI’s January Political Monitor (carried out by telephone between 26-28 January among 1,001 British adults aged 18 and over) shows that Economic optimism for the next year has improved on last month. Ipsos MORI/Observer Political Monitor
Attitudes towards unemployment 23 November 2009 This survey on behalf of St. Mungo's investigates the public’s attitudes towards unemployment, and what they think should be done to help the long-term unemployed back into work. Attitudes towards unemployment
Recession is the catalyst for a decade of business change - CBI 23 November 2009 New research for the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), released at their annual conference on 23rd November, and conducted by Ipsos MORI, shows how companies are learning from their traumatic experiences through the recession. Recession is the catalyst for a decade of business change - CBI
Impact of the economic downturn on women 4 March 2009 In January 2009, the GEO commissioned Ipsos MORI to conduct a robust programme of research in order to shed light on the impact of the economic downturn on women. The objectives of the research were to examine how the downturn has influenced women's fears, their finances, working and caring arrangements, family life, future plans and wellbeing, and to compare this with men. Impact of the economic downturn on women
Rough Sleeping in a Recession 14 November 2008 Ipsos MORI conducted this study on behalf of St Mungo's. The study investigates the impact of the current recession, in particular in terms of fears relating to homelessness. Rough Sleeping in a Recession
Reckless Optimism Leaves Brits On The High Wire 3 April 2001 Survey exploring people's views on saving, debt and living standards. Reckless Optimism Leaves Brits On The High Wire
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