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PMQs Poll 11 February 2014 The Hansard Society's "Tuned in or Turned off? Public attitudes to Prime Minister's Questions" report includes some of the findings of Ipsos MORI's survey for their 11th annual Audit of Political Engagement polling. PMQs Poll
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
The First Year Of Marriage 23 July 2010 In an online survey carried out by Ipsos MORI for Channel 4, 20% of 16-54 year olds looking back at their first year of marriage said that they had the occasional regret or many regrets. The First Year Of Marriage
Daily Mail Poll on Swearing on Television 12 June 2010 79% of Britons now think that there is more swearing on television than there was 10 years ago, while only 3% believe there is less and 13% think that the level is about the same, according to an Ipsos MORI poll for the Daily Mail. Daily Mail Poll on Swearing on Television
Happy Families? 15 October 2006 Television parenting programmes are having a powerful influence on parenting techniques in Great Britain, research by Ipsos MORI reveals. But the research — for the National Family and Parenting Institute — also shows a large proportion of those who view such programmes (37%) believe that such programmes sensationalise family problems for public entertainment. Happy Families?
Radio Times View of the Nation Television Survey 28 August 2001 Survey of attitudes towards televion and viewing behaviour. Radio Times View of the Nation Television Survey
General elections - scale of media coverage 4 July 2001 Trends in public attitudes 1983-2001 General elections - scale of media coverage
BBC Poll - Topline Findings 24 May 2000 Voting Intentions and the general public's views on the BBC. The poll measures satisfaction with the BBC and what they would change about it. BBC Poll - Topline Findings
TV: The Public's Verdict Sep 1998 The Mail on Sunday Television Poll TV: The Public's Verdict
The Campaign and the Media, 1997 May 1997 Survey during the 1997 British general election The Campaign and the Media, 1997
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