We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website.If you continue without changing your settings, we'll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on the Ipsos MORI website. However, if you would like to , you can change your cookie settings at any time.

Making Sense of Society Blog

Ipsos MORI Blog: Making Sense of Society
Use the Tag Cloud on the right to filter by a Keyword.
Sort by:
Page 1 of 12       1 2 3 ... 12
Why are people so often wrong about their own countries? Bobby Duffy, Managing Director, Social Research Institute 3 December 2015 People in 33 nations polled by our latest Perils of Perception survey often seem clueless on wealth, immigration and other factors, says Bobby Duffy in the Guardian. Why are people so often wrong about their own countries?
Comments 0
Data privacy – concern, confusion and apathy Daniel Cameron, Research Director 30 November 2015 How do the public view data protection and privacy? Daniel Cameron blogs for the Market Research Society's Geodemographics knowledgebase. Data privacy – concern, confusion and apathy
Comments 0
Experiences of people with long term conditions – what does GPPS data tell us? Rachel Burkitt, Senior Research Executive 26 November 2015 Rachel Burkitt looks at the most recent data from Ipsos MORI's GP Patient Survey and what the survey tells us about the experiences of people living with long term conditions. Experiences of people with long term conditions – what does GPPS data tell us?
Comments 0
Capital concerns: The housing crisis in London Victoria Harkness, Research Director 20 November 2015

Victoria Harkness blogs in The MJ on the possible reasons why housing is the top issue of concern for Londoners according to our research for London Councils. 

Capital concerns: The housing crisis in London

Comments 0
NHS: A healthy devolution? Nicola Moss, Head of Ipsos MORI North 17 November 2015 Nicola Moss, of Ipsos MORI North, on the prospects for a devolved national health service. NHS: A healthy devolution?
Comments 0
Why isn't housing a more decisive issue in elections? Ben Page, Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI 12 November 2015 Housing as an issue of concern to Britons is rising to new heights on the list of voter concerns, writes Ben Page in the Independent. Why isn't housing a more decisive issue in elections?
Comments 0
Misperceptions on tax shows what's worrying the public Bobby Duffy, Managing Director, Social Research Institute 19 October 2015 Bobby Duffy makes the case for businesses being more upfront about how much tax they pay in The Great Business Debate. Misperceptions on tax shows what's worrying the public
Comments 0
National Arthritis Week Debbie Lee Chan, Research Director 12 October 2015 The effect of and concern caused by arthritis and joint pain goes beyond people in their old age, says Debbie Lee Chan. National Arthritis Week
Comments 0
Clarify the quality message to get people behind 7 day services Anna Quigley, Research Director 10 September 2015 Anna Quigley and Harry Evans from the Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute talk about public understanding of NHS seven day services in Health Services Journal (HSJ). Clarify the quality message to get people behind 7 day services
Comments 0
Perils of perception: 10 things people think about housing Ben Marshall, Research Director 10 July 2015 Ben Marshall blogs for the Chartered Institute of Housing on the top 10 things the British public do and do not know about the UK housing market - and what they think. Perils of perception: 10 things people think about housing
Comments 0
Page 1 of 12       1 2 3 ... 12
Add to My Ipsos MORI Bookmark & Share Print this page

About this blog

Ipsos MORI’s Making Sense of Society blog provides sharp, insightful opinions on our social research findings from our team of expert researchers. We invite you to read and comment.

Read MoreRead More