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House of Lords Survey
13 December 2007
Ipsos MORI's recent survey for the Constitution Unit at University College London (UCL) asked which factors the public think are important to the legitimacy of the House of Lords.
Ipsos MORI Delivery Index, November 2007
11 December 2007
Ipsos MORI's fourth quarter Delivery Index shows that public trust in the Government is on the decline. Over half of the public do not trust the Government to act in Britain's interests (53%), while two in five (40%) do trust the Government on this.
Political Leaders And Trust
12 October 2007
Ipsos MORI's recent poll for The Sun gives the Conservatives a three-point lead over Labour among those who say they are certain to vote.
Ipsos MORI Delivery Index, September 2007
14 September 2007
The first wave of a major new study, the Delivery Index, is launched by Ipsos MORI today. It shows the scale of the challenge facing Prime Minister Gordon Brown as he tries to develop a new style of politics to define his premiership.
Attitudes Towards Gordon Brown, Foot And Mouth And The EU
11 August 2007
Ipsos MORI's latest poll for the Sun (conducted on the telephone from 8-9 August) indicates that the 'Brown bounce' continues, with Labour leading over the Conservatives on voting intention among those who say they are 'certain to vote'. Brown is seen to outstrip both Cameron and Campbell in being seen as trustworthy, as well as being perceived as 'better in a crisis' and 'better at understanding the problems facing Britain'.
Attitudes Towards Party Leaders
12 June 2007
Ipsos MORI's weekend telephone poll shows that the public are increasingly distrustful of David Cameron, Sir Menzies Campbell and Gordon Brown. While Tony Blair's trust rating is virtually unchanged from September 2006, the percent of people rating Cameron 'not trustworthy' has increased 17 points. Campbell sees a similar 'not trustworthy' increase of 11 points, and Brown of 10 points. This is the lowest rating yet for Gordon Brown, and means he will start as Prime Minister with a lower trust rating than Blair had after three years as Prime Minister.
Perceptions of Government Sleaze - Trends
Q The previous Conservative Government under John Major was accused of sleaze. Do you think the current Labour Government is more or less sleazy than the previous Conservative Government, or is there no difference between the two?
Public Trust In Doctors Is Still High
1 November 2006
Ipsos MORI have been monitoring public trust in professions since 1983. Doctors are consistently rated as the most trustworthy of a variety of professionals — including teachers, scientists, politicians and journalists.
Ipsos MORI Political Monitor, August - September 2006
11 September 2006
Satisfaction with the performance of Tony Blair as prime minister has hit new lows over the past two months, the latest Ipsos MORI poll has found. The prime minister's performance rating is now barely a third of what it was immediately following his landslide election in 1997.