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Ipsos MORI survey on television picture quality 18 June 2012 An Ipsos MORI survey for AV Forums reveals that half (51%) of Britain’s television owners don’t make any adjustments to their TV picture after purchasing their set. Ipsos MORI survey on television picture quality
Banning Election Coverage and Opinion Polls - trends in support 1979-2010 May 2010 Q During an election campaign do you think there should or should not be a ban on...? ...party election broadcasts on TV and radio? ...all coverage of the election on TV and radio? ..all coverage of the election in newspapers? ...publication of opinion polls? Banning Election Coverage and Opinion Polls - trends in support 1979-2010
Survey for Channel 4 on attitudes towards the death penalty 28 October 2009 Ipsos MORI survey for Channel 4 reveals that 70 per cent of British adults support the Death Penalty as the maximum penalty for at least one of twelve different types of crime surveyed. Survey for Channel 4 on attitudes towards the death penalty
BE:ASIA - The Media Survey of Asia's Business Elite 2009 15 October 2009 Ipsos MediaCT's BE:ASIA 2009 - The Media Survey of Asia’s Business Elite, is the only survey that measures the media consumption, business and personal profile of Asia’s most influential business executives. BE:ASIA - The Media Survey of Asia's Business Elite 2009
Licence Fee Survey for the BBC Trust 10 September 2009 An Ipsos MORI poll carried out on behalf of the BBC shows that the public favours reducing the licence fee rather then funding regional news on other channels. Licence Fee Survey for the BBC Trust
Public Opinions on Weather Forecasts 3 August 2009 New research, conducted by Ipsos MORI for SKV Communications and Visit Blackpool, investigates the public's opinion on which source they trust the most to give an accurate forecast for the next day's weather. Public Opinions on Weather Forecasts
MediaGuardian poll on BBC licence fee 18 August 2008 Ipsos MORI research for MediaGuardian conducted in August indicates that while public support of the licence fee may not be strong, BBC programmes and services enjoy strong comparative popularity. MediaGuardian poll on BBC licence fee
Selling the D-Word 24 July 2008 In support of the BRITDOC festival, part of the Channel 4 British Documentary Film Foundation, Ipsos MediaCT have undertaken primary research to investigate the perceptions of the documentary market in Great Britain and the opportunity beyond TV. Selling the D-Word
Sir Alan Sugar - You're Hired! 2 May 2008 The British public have voted Sir Alan Sugar as the celebrity they would like most to be on their quiz team with in an Ipsos MORI survey conducted on behalf of Christian Aid. Sir Alan Sugar - You're Hired!
Survey on Class 19 March 2008 Ipsos MORI and Ben Schott of 'Schott's Almanac' have teamed up to explore the British public's attitudes towards Class. Survey on Class
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