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Audit of Political Engagement 29 April 2014 The Audit of Political Engagement is an annual research survey measuring the nature and extent of political engagement among adults in the UK, undertaken by the Hansard Society and conducted by Ipsos MORI. Audit of Political Engagement
Two in three Britons say they generally trust the police to tell the truth 14 March 2014 New research from Ipsos MORI shows that two in three (65%) Britons say they would generally trust the police to tell the truth, while 31% do not trust them to tell the truth. Two in three Britons say they generally trust the police to tell the truth
Trust in Professions 3 December 2013 Our long-term tracker research into the professions trusted most - and least - by the public. Trust in Professions
Trust in MPs poll 13 June 2013 A new Ipsos MORI poll reveals deep levels of cynicism towards politicians among the British public. Trust in MPs poll
Politicians trusted less than estate agents, bankers and journalists 15 February 2013 New polling by Ipsos MORI shows that the British public trust politicians to tell the truth less than estate agents, bankers and journalists. Politicians trusted less than estate agents, bankers and journalists
Trustworthiness of Politicians - Trends 31 May 2012 Q In general would you describe each of the following politicians as trustworthy or not? Trustworthiness of Politicians - Trends
Jeremy Hunt trusted by just 14% 31 May 2012 With Jeremy Hunt, the Culture Secretary, appearing before the Leveson Inquiry today, an Ipsos MORI shows that just one in seven people (14%) believe him to be trustworthy. The poll shows that the leaders of the three main political parties all have negative trust ratings. Jeremy Hunt trusted by just 14%
Reuters/Ipsos MORI Political Monitor - July 2011 20 July 2011 Half of the public think the phone hacking scandal will lead to major changes in public life, but large minority think it will blow over with no significant impact. Reuters/Ipsos MORI Political Monitor - July 2011
Doctors are most trusted profession – politicians least trusted 27 June 2011 Nearly nine in ten (88%) adults across the United Kingdom say they trust doctors to tell the truth, according to a new nation-wide poll carried out by Ipsos MORI for the British Medical Association, making doctors the most trusted profession measured. Doctors are most trusted profession – politicians least trusted
Corporate Responsibility Attitudes of the British Public to Business Ethics 17 December 2010 By two to one, people in Britain believe that British businesses generally act ethically, according to an Ipsos MORI poll for the Institute of Business Ethics (IBE). Corporate Responsibility Attitudes of the British Public to Business Ethics
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