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Blame for cuts to public services poll
18 January 2013
A new Ipsos MORI poll shows that while Britons are increasingly blaming the Coalition for the level of cuts to public services, the previous Labour government is still held most to blame.
The future of library services in the UK and Ireland
8 May 2012
The Carnegie UK Trust commissioned Ipsos MORI to undertake a programme of research examining public use of, and attitudes towards, libraries in the each of the constituent territories in the UK and in the Republic of Ireland.
Public Sector Leaders Survey 2011
16 August 2011
As the public sector enters a period of financial belt-tightening and difficult decisions, a new poll of leaders drawn from central and local government, non-departmental public bodies and the health and education sectors by Ipsos MORI reveals deep concern about the impact of the cuts.
Public Spending Index - November 2009
25 November 2009
The latest Public Spending Index from Ipsos MORI's Social Research Institute shows that the public is split on whether there is a real need to cut spending on public services to pay off the national debt (43% agree, 44% disagree), but since the summer there has been an increase in those prepared to concede that public spending cuts are necessary.
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%).
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