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Making Sense of Society Blog

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Has the pharmaceutical industry developed short-sightedness? Dr Mike Granleese, Research Director 23 June 2015 The reputation of the pharmaceutical industry has been a subject of great debate in recent years facing challenges associated with a perceived lack of transparency, rigid pricing structures, declining R&D productivity and a spate of mergers and acquisitions. Here Michael Granleese explores the impact on public perceptions of the industry across the globe. Has the pharmaceutical industry developed short-sightedness?
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Why are our perceptions about the military so far off the mark? Bobby Duffy, Managing Director, Social Research Institute 16 June 2015 From the UK, to Canada, Australia and the United States – our opinions about the military are usually wrong, says Bobby Duffy in The Conversation. Why are our perceptions about the military so far off the mark?
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When did we stop worrying about crime? Joe Hitchcock, Research Executive 20 May 2015 Crime has fallen in voters' list of concerns just as fewer incidents are being reported. Are we entering a golden age of tranquility on Britain's streets, or is something else going on? Joe Hitchcock blogs for politics.co.uk. When did we stop worrying about crime?
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Mid Staffs: what impact has it had? Lauren Bridges, Research Executive 6 May 2015 We explore how, if at all, Mid Staffs has impacted on public perceptions of quality in the health service. Mid Staffs: what impact has it had?
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Political Behaviour Part 3: Candidates Chris Perry, Associate Director 5 May 2015 In the third and final blog in the series, Ipsos MORI's Chris Perry considers political candidates, whether they matter and how persuasive they are. Political Behaviour Part 3: Candidates
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NHS funding and politics: the public’s trust is not for sale Louise Park, Associate Director 5 May 2015 Louise Park, Associate Director and Stephanie Crowe, Research Executive from Ipsos MORI write for the Health Service Journal exploring funding pledges for the NHS and how this resonates with the public NHS funding and politics: the public’s trust is not for sale
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Political Behaviour Part 2: Mobilisation Chris Perry, Associate Director 1 May 2015 In the second of three blogs in the run-up to the General Election, Ipsos MORI's Chris Perry considers what can be done to mobilise voters and influence turnout behaviour. Political Behaviour Part 2: Mobilisation
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The economy, the NHS…what do voters really care about when casting their election ballots? Anna Quigley, Research Director 30 April 2015 Anna Quigley from Ipsos MORI writes for the Health Foundation on what voters really care about, and the importance of the NHS in current and past elections. The economy, the NHS…what do voters really care about when casting their election ballots?
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Political Behaviour Part 1: Turnout Chris Perry, Associate Director 29 April In the run-up to the General Election, Ipsos MORI's Chris Perry looks at different aspects of political behaviour, why we vote and some of the key influences on voter turnout. Political Behaviour Part 1: Turnout
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Energy policy after the General Election Antonia Dickman, Associate Director 27 April 2015 Antonia Dickman, Joint Head of Environment Research and Stefan Durkacz, Research Manager discuss energy consumers' priorities and the implications for policy makers after the next General Election. Energy policy after the General Election
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