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Making Sense of Society Blog

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Pity the Millennials : The young aren’t revolting any more Ben Page, Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI 25 April 2016 Ben Page, writing in The Pavlovic Today, looks at generational differences to find out that the young aren’t revolting any more. Pity the Millennials : The young aren’t revolting any more
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COP21: Putting the climate agreement into action: do the public support it? Alexandra Palmqvist Aslaksen, Research Executive 22 April 2016

Alexandra Palmqvist Aslaksen and Darren Fleetwood look at how salient an issue climate change is for the public and consider whether the UK government has a public mandate for taking forward the Paris climate agreement.

COP21: Putting the climate agreement into action: do the public support it?

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What does the GP Patient Survey tell us about people with long term mental health conditions? Rachel Burkitt, Senior Research Executive 22 April 2016 Rachel Burkitt looks at what the GP Patient Survey (GPPS) data reveals about patients reporting a long-term mental health condition. What does the GP Patient Survey tell us about people with long term mental health conditions?
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Beyond the bubble - housing and the public Ben Marshall, Research Director 21 March 2016 Ben Marshall blogs for Chartered Institute of Housing as they celebrate their centenary year. Beyond the bubble - housing and the public
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Polls show Britons can predict the future (sometimes) Hannah Shrimpton, Senior Research Executive 23 February 2016 In December 2014, we asked Britons to predict what  would happen in 2015. How well did they do? asks Hannah Shrimpton in Politics.co.uk. Polls show Britons can predict the future (sometimes)
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Continental Shift: What Europe Thinks (And Feels) Simon Atkinson, Chief Knowledge Officer 15 February 2016 Simon Atkinson blogs for the Huffington Post on what our recent research reveals about Europeans' hopes and fears and their attitudes to life in Europe. Continental Shift: What Europe Thinks (And Feels)
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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?
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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
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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?
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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

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