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Reuters/Ipsos MORI June Political Monitor 22 June 2011 The public is split on public sector strikes although most think trade unions are essential to protect workers’ rights. Trade unions are seen as more powerful than in the 1990s, although a long way from the 1970s. Reuters/Ipsos MORI June Political Monitor
Public support for research in the NHS 9 June 2011 Ipsos MORI research for the AMRC has found that 97% of the public believe it is important the NHS should support research into new treatments. Public support for research in the NHS
Economist/Ipsos MORI Issues Index - May 2011 19 May 2011 In a month in which the spotlight has been fixed on the reform of the health service, the Economist/Ipsos MORI Issues Index shows that a quarter of the public (26%) think that the NHS is one of the most important issues facing Britain. This is an increase of six percentage points since April, and the highest level of concern since January 2008. Economist/Ipsos MORI Issues Index - May 2011
British Medical Association (BMA) Membership Survey 3 March 2011 The vast majority of doctors are not convinced that the potential benefits of the government's plans for the NHS in England outweigh the risks, an Ipsos MORI survey for the BMA suggests. British Medical Association (BMA) Membership Survey
Government Delivery Index - Improving Public Services — NHS 18 November 2009 Q Thinking about the NHS over the next few years do you expect it to ...? Government Delivery Index - Improving Public Services — NHS
Opinion of Professions — Index to Trend Data 5 October 2009 The following questions relate to trust and satisfaction in professions, particularly doctors. Most of these surveys were sponsored by the British Medical Association. Opinion of Professions — Index to Trend Data
NHS is as important as economy in determining public vote 11 August 2009 Newly released data from a June survey for the public sector trade union UNISON shows that the NHS remains a key election issue, despite the recession. Ninety-six per cent of the public say the NHS will be an important factor in deciding how they vote at the next general election. This compares to the economy (important for 93%), crime (92%), public services (85%), schools (85%) and Britain’s relationship with Europe (70%). NHS is as important as economy in determining public vote
Crime tops latest Issues Index 26 August 2008 Crime has risen to the top of Ipsos MORI's Issues Index in August 2008, with almost half of British adults saying it is one of the most important issues facing Britain (47%). This is an increase of eight percentage points since July. Crime tops latest Issues Index
Ipsos MORI survey of NHS Governors for Monitor 10 June 2008 A survey by Ipsos MORI for Monitor finds that NHS Foundation Trust Governors generally feel able to exercise their statutory powers, represent their local areas, and hold the trust executive to account, but that there is room for improvement to make Governors feel more involved and engaged. Ipsos MORI survey of NHS Governors for Monitor
Cleanliness and Staff Attitudes Crucial for Patient Privacy and Dignity 13 May 2008 A recent Ipsos MORI survey conducted on behalf of the Department of Health (DH) shows that cleanliness and staff attitudes are the most important factors for patients to feel they are treated with dignity and respect in hospitals. Cleanliness and Staff Attitudes Crucial for Patient Privacy and Dignity
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