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Scots more likely to think their attitudes are related to where you come from 12 March 2014 New polling by Ipsos MORI for the Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) Scotland reveals that Scots are more likely than people in the rest of Britain to think that their opinions are formed by where they come from. Scots more likely to think their attitudes are related to where you come from
“No such thing as society”? 26 September 2013 Ipsos MORI tested two versions of Margaret Thatcher’s famous “no such thing as society” interview, each with representative samples of the population – one with just that simple statement, and one with a much longer excerpt from the interview. And there is a dramatic difference in results. “No such thing as society”?
Perceptions are not reality 9 July 2013 A new survey by Ipsos MORI for the Royal Statistical Society and King’s College London highlights how wrong the British public can be on the make-up of the population and the scale of key social policy issues. Perceptions are not reality
State of the Nation 2013 14 January 2013 The State of the Nation poll touches on a wide range across British life including national pride, immigration, economic prospects and Scottish independence. State of the Nation 2013
British Future: Britain 2012 Poll 10 September 2012 Read out latest work for British Future. British Future carried out polling with Ipsos MORI earlier this year, and then revisited in the post Olympic period, to see if there had been significant change in attitudes to Britishness. British Future: Britain 2012 Poll
Britons surprised by how Olympics brought country together 19 August 2012 Most Britons are surprised by how much the Olympic Games has brought the country together, and think it will have a lasting positive impact on British society, according to new research by Ipsos MORI for think-tank British Future. Britons surprised by how Olympics brought country together
The Ideal Society - Trends 10 July 2012 Q People have different views about the ideal society. For each of these statements, please tell me which one comes closest to your ideal. The Ideal Society - Trends
British Future: ‘State of the Nation’ Poll 9 January 2012 Findings from this survey of adults in Great Britain, conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of new think-tank British Future, offer insights into the public’s hopes and fears for 2012 and their attitudes to issues of identity, integration and migration. British Future: ‘State of the Nation’ Poll
Reuters/Ipsos MORI August 2011 Political Monitor 25 August 2011 Most believe that British society is ‘broken’ – but despite the riots this has fallen slightly since 2008. Even more people agree with David Cameron’s assertion that “pockets of Britain are not only broken, but frankly sick”. Reuters/Ipsos MORI August 2011 Political Monitor
Broken Britain? 25 August 2011
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