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Survey on Golf Club Membership for WSFF 17 July 2013 Ipsos MORI research for the Women’s Sport and Fitness Foundation (WSFF) shows that 55% of golfers think that hosting major championships at single gender clubs damages the reputation of golf. Survey on Golf Club Membership for WSFF
Business leaders agree the Olympics increased Britain’s standing in the world 31 December 2012 The Olympics have increased Britain’s standing on the world’s stage but most Captains of Industry have not seen any direct effect on their own business. Business leaders agree the Olympics increased Britain’s standing in the world
Superhuman Paralympians change view of disabled people 10 September 2012 Eight in ten (81%) British adults say that Paralympics 2012 has had a positive impact on the way disabled people are viewed by the public according to a new Ipsos MORI poll. Superhuman Paralympians change view of disabled people
Britons surprised by how Olympics brought country together 19 August 2012 Most Britons are surprised by how much the Olympic Games has brought the country together, and think it will have a lasting positive impact on British society, according to new research by Ipsos MORI for think-tank British Future. Britons surprised by how Olympics brought country together
Most Londoners identify prospect of Olympic legacy 18 July 2012 An Ipsos MORI poll for London Councils finds Londoners positive about the benefits of the capital being host city with three-quarters identifying a legacy. Most Londoners identify prospect of Olympic legacy
London 2012: Olympic sponsors score low recognition 26 January 2012 With six months to go until the London 2012 Olympics starts, the benefits of being an Olympic sponsor have yet to be realised says a new Ipsos MORI poll. London 2012: Olympic sponsors score low recognition
London 2012: Support 'high' among Londoners despite 'unfair' ticketing 26 July 2011 About 57% of Londoners feel the ticket sales for the 2012 Olympics was "not fair", but this has not dented the support for the event being held in the city, Ipsos MORI research for BBC London has found. London 2012: Support 'high' among Londoners despite 'unfair' ticketing
England 4 - Spain/Portugal 3: Scots back England World Cup bid - just! 1 December 2010 On the eve of FIFA's decision about who will host the 2018 World Cup, more Scots have chosen England as their favoured host, in front of the other two main contenders according to a new survey by Ipsos MORI Scotland. England 4 - Spain/Portugal 3: Scots back England World Cup bid - just!
Londoners' Attitudes to the 2012 Olympics 28 July 2010 Between 15 - 19 July 2010, Ipsos MORI contacted 1,002 people, aged above 17 and living in London, and asked identical questions to a survey we carried out in November 2006. The results of the survey were released to coincide with the two-year countdown to the Games. Londoners' Attitudes to the 2012 Olympics
Ipsos MORI World Cup Poll 11 June 2010 According to a new Ipsos MORI survey, Wayne Rooney is the England supporter’s clear choice to step up to the spot with a score of 35%, well ahead of closest rivals Frank Lampard (18%) and Steven Gerrard (17%). Ipsos MORI World Cup Poll
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