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Men's Health - Awareness of Prostate Cancer Apr 1998 A recent MORI survey shows that men know more about breast cancer than they do about prostate and testicular cancer. Men's Health - Awareness of Prostate Cancer
Citizens Want Tough Environmental Action Now Apr 1998 Recent research shows that the environment continues to be a pressing top-of-mind concern to millions of citizens around the world, and they are calling for tougher laws to ensure pollution is controlled. In the past year alone, there has been a significant increase in public belief that action is needed to protect earth's climate even if there are major economic costs involved. Citizens Want Tough Environmental Action Now
Conspiracy, Controversy or Control? April 1998 Which? Online launches annual Internet report into consumers' Internet attitudes Conspiracy, Controversy or Control?
Internet Approaching Mass Medium Status? 9 September 1998 The most recent wave of the IriS Network Internet Usage Survey reveals a major increase in worldwide internet usage in the home. Despite this, the internet is still more of a niche, rather than a mass, medium. Internet Approaching Mass Medium Status?
Attitudes to Sunbathing Mar 1998 A recent MORI poll for the Cancer Research Campaign shows that three quarters think it is fine to sunbathe as long as they protect their skin from sunburn, but only a quarter expressed concerns about skin cancer. Attitudes to Sunbathing
Political Attitudes in Scotland for March 1998 29 March 1998 Research study conducted for the Mail on Sunday Newspaper MORI interviewed a representative quota sample of 862 adults aged 18+ across Scotland between 26-27 March 1998. Political Attitudes in Scotland for March 1998
The New NHS: What Doctors Really Think March 1998 Tony Blair announced a new, modern and dependable National Health Service last December which would be "a beacon to the world" and run by the country's GPs. But, on the 50th anniversary of the NHS, a huge number of GPs are concerned about the proposals according to a new MORI poll for Reader's Digest. The New NHS: What Doctors Really Think
Internet Potential Recognised by European Businesses 4 September, 1998 European companies are harnessing the true potential of the internet according to a MORI study released today. The study commissioned by Cisco Systems reveals that around half the companies surveyed who have internet access claim significant increases in productivity and efficiency as a result of applying the internet to their overall business strategy. Internet Potential Recognised by European Businesses
Europe's "Internet Economy" Takes Off Mar 1998 Preliminary findings from a new MORI study into the growth of electronic commerce in Europe, reveal that nearly a quarter of Europe's companies who have access to the World Wide Web, are already earning revenue through the Internet. Electronic commerce is defined as managing all aspects of the business process including sales, marketing, finance, recruitment, customer support and partnership development over the Internet. Europe's "Internet Economy" Takes Off
Citizens Worldwide Want Tough Environmental Action Now Apr 1998 Laws "don't go far enough," world public says in largest environment survey Citizens Worldwide Want Tough Environmental Action Now
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