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Ipsos MORI is one of the leading political, social and business research companies in the UK and Ireland. We produce a huge volume of surveys and research, working with hundreds of clients across the public and private sectors.  Our polls consist of tracking data from our research on a wide variety of subjects, including education, healthcare, crime, the monarchy, race, business and politics. Our survey data encapsulates the views, experiences and behaviours of the general public and specific audiences.  Our long term political and social trends, collected over the last 30+ years, are unrivalled amongst polling organisations.

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Children Put Others First 15 November 1999 Children want Tony Blair to provide better care for children and tackle homelessness, according to a survey released by UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund, today. Children Put Others First
Current Situation With Iraq 19 November 2002 Q Do you approve or disapprove of the way the Prime Minister, Tony Blair, is handling the current situation with Iraq? Current Situation With Iraq
Divine Inspiration Is Our Speciality! 14 January 2001 Richard Branson is considered more inspirational than the Pope according to a survey conducted by MORI on behalf of the BBC's Heaven and Earth Show, and 1 in 3 believe that they're going to heaven, but hardly anyone believes that they're going to hell. Divine Inspiration Is Our Speciality!
Eastern Eye - Survey of British Asians' Attitudes 22 November 2001 Eastern Eye Survey Confirms The Loyalty Of British Asians Eastern Eye - Survey of British Asians' Attitudes
Election Postponement Poll 2 May 2001 Vote intention poll for the Sun, following delay to 2001 general election. Election Postponement Poll
Evening Standard Election Research — Poll 1 13 April 2005 Including questions on issues important to voting choice and best party on key issues Evening Standard Election Research — Poll 1
Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt Survey for Schott’s Almanac 26 July 2008 Ipsos MORI's recent survey for Schott's Almanac, conducted by telephone among 1,049 British adults age 16 and over between 18-20 July, explores a range of issues around the public's fears, uncertainties and doubts about the future. Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt Survey for Schott’s Almanac
Financial Times Election Research — Poll 1 4 April 2005 MORI's latest election poll, conducted over the weekend exclusively for The Financial Times, reveals that among 55% of the electorate who say they are absolutely certain to vote, the Conservative Party now have a five point lead over Labour, with the Liberal Democrats on 21%. Financial Times Election Research — Poll 1
Financial Times Election Research — Poll 3 19 April 2005 More Labour supporters are now galvanised to turn out to vote than at the beginning of the election, providing a boost to Labour's potential election victory on May 5. Financial Times Election Research — Poll 3
Financial Times Election Research — Poll 4 27 April 2005 Including the "Political Triangle" (leaders, parties or policies), advocacy ("word-of-mouth" effect) and party and leader image questions Financial Times Election Research — Poll 4
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