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Muslim Attitudes: The Real Story 13 November 2007 New data from Ipsos MORI shows the views of London's Muslims are similar to the views of Londoners on a variety of issues. Muslim Attitudes: The Real Story
Use of Human Tissue 11 September 2007 Ipsos MORI was commissioned to examine general public perceptions of, and attitudes towards, the use of human tissue. Qualitative discussion groups in April-May 2007 were followed up with a quantitative survey. Use of Human Tissue
Public Attitudes Towards Cohesion And Integration 15 June 2007 The Commission on Integration and Cohesion has launched its report. The report highlights a number of ways in which to foster a better sense of cohesion and integration in local communities. Research carried out on behalf of the Commission by Ipsos MORI shows: Public Attitudes Towards Cohesion And Integration
Humanist Beliefs 8 January 2007 Ipsos MORI recently conducted a survey on behalf of the British Humanist Association. The objective of the research was to gauge the levels of Humanist-related opinion that exist amongst the British population. Humanist Beliefs
Policies, Values, Leaders and Candidates - Relative Importance (trend) 15 April 2005 Q How important, if at all, would you say the things I am going to read out will be in helping you decide how to vote in the general election? The parties' policies on national issues The parties' policies on issues that affect your local area The values that each party stands for The parties' leaders The quality of your local candidates Policies, Values, Leaders and Candidates - Relative Importance (trend)
Election Campaign Marketing and Impact 23 November 2001 The public's judgments of the parties and leaders plus impact of election campaigning Election Campaign Marketing and Impact
Mapping Britain's Moral Values 30 March 2000 Study Shows Shift In Moral Values Mapping Britain's Moral Values
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