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Blog: Five questions about the Holyrood elections Mark Diffley, Research Director 29 January 2016 The result of the forthcoming Holyrood election may not cause a great shock but there is plenty to play for and the future of the country is at stake, says Mark Diffley in the New Statesman Blog: Five questions about the Holyrood elections
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Three strikes and you're out of favour with the public Anna Quigley, Research Director 14 January 2016 Anna Quigley and Harry Evans blog in the HSJ on why public sympathy with the junior doctors comes with some big caveats. Three strikes and you're out of favour with the public
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Blog: The austerity question Ben Page, Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI 11 November 2015 As the Department for Communities and Local Government cuts another 30% from its budget, Ben Page asks in the MJ whether that means the British are resigned to austerity (£). Blog: The austerity question
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Like never before, the London mayoral election is going to be about housing Ben Marshall, Research Director 26 October 2015 Housing is set to be the battleground as Sadiq Khan and Zac Goldsmith compete to see who can call City Hall "home" in 2016, writes Ben Marshall in the New Statesman. Like never before, the London mayoral election is going to be about housing
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Nothing looks like halting the SNP bandwagon Mark Diffley, Research Director 16 October 2015 Mark Diffley, Director, Ipsos MORI Scotland, writes in Holyrood magazine on the state of play approaching the 2016 election. Nothing looks like halting the SNP bandwagon
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Sadiq Vs Zac: How Do Londoners See The Mayoral Candidates? Paul Carroll, Research Manager 12 October 2015 We conducted a focus group for the BBC’s Sunday Politics London, asking a cross section of the capital’s electorate exactly what it is they are looking for in the next mayor and exploring their perceptions of the two leading candidates. Paul Carroll summarises the findings. Sadiq Vs Zac: How Do Londoners See The Mayoral Candidates?
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Looking backwards and forwards Mark Diffley, Research Director 18 September 2015 Mark Diffley of Ipsos MORI Scotland reflects on the Scottish Independence referendum one year on for Public Affairs News Looking backwards and forwards
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Scottish independence revisited Mark Diffley, Research Director 17 September 2015 Scots may be more sympathetic, but the SNP don't seem confident about a second referendum writes Mark Diffley of Ipsos MORI Scotland in City AM. Scottish independence revisited
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Just what will we be voting on next year? Mark Diffley, Research Director 10 September 2015 Mark Diffley writes for Scottish Policy Now on what might be the key issues of the 2016 Holyrood election campaign in Scotland. Just what will we be voting on next year?
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Is an independent Scotland becoming inevitable? Mark Diffley, Research Director 4 September 2015 Mark Diffley writes in City AM on our STV News poll on where the SNP's dominance leaves support for independence and the prospect of a second referendum. Is an independent Scotland becoming inevitable?
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