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When it comes to TV debates, Cameron is no coward – he’s calculating Dr Roger Mortimore, Director of Political Analysis 6 March 2015 When it comes to the leaders' debates, Cameron is doing the same as prime ministers past writes Roger Mortimore in The Conversation. When it comes to TV debates, Cameron is no coward – he’s calculating
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Where does the public stand on devolution? Matthew Bristow, Research Manager 25 February 2015 Matthew Bristow of Ipsos MORI North blogs on attitudes towards devolution of powers to the English regions. Where does the public stand on devolution?
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Concern, Not Criticism, Was the Public's Response to A&E This Winter Harry Evans, Research Assistant 20 February 2015 With the papers full of stories about A&E this winter, and last week's Issues Index showing the NHS top of people concerns, Harry Evans blogs for Huffington Post on what the polls are telling us. Concern, Not Criticism, Was the Public's Response to A&E This Winter
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The Home Front: why housing will be a key general election battleground Ben Marshall, Research Director 10 February 2015 New Ipsos MORI research shows how important housing is as an electoral issue. So what next for policymakers? The Home Front: why housing will be a key general election battleground
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What role for Britain on the world stage? Rebecca Writer-Davies, Research Executive 29 January 2015

In a world where economic growth and the ability to project military power dictates international standing, more and more Britain finds herself struggling to be heard. Rebecca Writer-Davies looks at what MPs think Britain's role might be on the world stage.

What role for Britain on the world stage?

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Can you win an election debating transport policy? Thomas Fife-Schaw, Associate Director 14 January 2015

As a political battleground, the UK’s transport sector is becoming increasingly high profile. Tom Fife-Schaw asks if debate on transport policy can be a vote winner.

Can you win an election debating transport policy?

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Hard to call: The next election and the private sector Thomas Fife-Schaw, Associate Director 8 January 2015 2015 looks set to be riddled with uncertainty for the UK’s private sector. Tom Fife-Schaw looks at what British business should be looking out for after May Hard to call: The next election and the private sector
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What can Twitter's reaction to the UK autumn statement tell us? Steven Ginnis, Associate Director 5 December 2014 Steve Ginnis of Ipsos MORI and Carl Miller of Demos write in the Guardian on our analysis of tweets during Chancellor George Osborne's autumn statement. What can Twitter's reaction to the UK autumn statement tell us?
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Who are the Green party's supporters, and should Labour be worried? Gideon Skinner, Head of Political Research 24 November 2014 As with UKIP, the Green party has the potential to cause some electoral headaches for the traditional parties, says Gideon Skinner in the New Statesman. Who are the Green party's supporters, and should Labour be worried?
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What does history suggest will happen in the polls? Harry Evans, Research Assistant 13 October 2014 Harry Evans blogs for the New Statesman's May 2015 blog looking at the election races since 1979 to see how the party in power fared in the last 12 months before a general election. What does history suggest will happen in the polls?
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