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UK General Public Still Opposed to EMU, But Hostility to EMU Well Down From Last Year 9 October 1998 Today's poll among Conservative party members seems certain to show a sizeable anti-EMU majority. Our latest MORI poll suggests that overall public opinion also on balance is still against early EMU entry, but that opposition to EMU is well down from a year ago, and has diminished markedly among Conservative voters. UK General Public Still Opposed to EMU, But Hostility to EMU Well Down From Last Year
Sterling To Resume Downtrend 9 October 1998 Sterling's recent recovery against euro-area currencies is likely to prove temporary. The pound remains very overvalued compared to its long-run norm in real terms, and the weakening economy implies that the UK's interest rate cushion will continue to erode - unless sterling falls very sharply. Sterling To Resume Downtrend
The Millennial Generation Survey Sep 1998 Q1 How much difference, if any, do you think that the way that you vote will make to your life? The Millennial Generation Survey
Finance Directors Say Options For Raising Capital Are Too Restrictive 29 October 1998 A new MORI survey among Britain's leading Finance Directors reveals widespread unhappiness with the current restrictions on listed companies' ability to raise capital. Among Finance Directors of the Top 1,000 companies 71% say Boards' access to capital-raising options should be less restricted. This rises to 81% among the FTSE 100 companies. Finance Directors Say Options For Raising Capital Are Too Restrictive
Business and the Euro Sep 1998 Q1 Do you think that the economic condition of the country will improve, stay the same, or get worse over the next 12 months? Business and the Euro
British Bosses Support a Mobile Workforce 9 November 1998 Workers Want Mobility And Location Independence British Bosses Support a Mobile Workforce
Political Attitudes in Great Britain for September 1998 24 September 1998 Research study conducted for The Times Newspaper - published 24 September 1998 MORI interviewed a representative quota sample of 1,789 adults aged 18+ at 150 sampling points across Great Britain between 18-21 September 1998. Political Attitudes in Great Britain for September 1998
Lack Of Public Awareness About Primary Care Groups 21 September 1998 Over two thirds (69%) of the public questioned in a MORI poll sponsored by the Doctor Patient Partnership (DPP) did not know what the term Primary Care Group (PCGs) means. Only 4% knew that the PCGs are a group of local health professionals including GPs, managers and patients that will make decisions about spending on local health services. Lack Of Public Awareness About Primary Care Groups
Most People Would Rather Stay In Bed Than Save A Life 21 October 1998 As the clocks go back, a new survey reveals that most of us will spend the extra hour in bed, in the garden or at home watching TV. Most People Would Rather Stay In Bed Than Save A Life
Kids Become Britain's Technology Gurus 9 November 1998 Roles Reversed As Kids Leap Ahead Of Parents In Technology Knowledge Kids Become Britain's Technology Gurus
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