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Blog: Five questions about the Holyrood elections 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
The Truth, The Whole Truth and Nothing But the Truth 27 January 2016 In a world where we can watch TV and read newspapers across a host of devices, Andrew Green, Global Director of Audience Solutions at Ipsos Connect, writes about how we can measure all this complexity. The Truth, The Whole Truth and Nothing But the Truth
Who is stepping up in the ‘retirement revolution'? 26 January 2016 New Ipsos MORI research suggests that big business is beginning to do its bit to help their employees make good decisions at retirement. Does this mean the retirement savings industry itself needs to do more, asks Georgina Clarke. Who is stepping up in the ‘retirement revolution'?
Response to the interim findings of the BPC polling inquiry 19 January 2016 Statement by Ben Page on the interim findings of the British Polling Council inquiry into the 2015 General Election polls. Response to the interim findings of the BPC polling inquiry
Dead Trees and the Death Narrative 18 January 2016 Andrew Green, Global Head of Audience Solutions, Ipsos Connect, blogs on the so-called ‘death narrative’ – the notion that printed newspapers (the ‘dead tree’ editions) will eventually disappear. Dead Trees and the Death Narrative
Three strikes and you're out of favour with the public 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
Energy – the quest for a licence to operate 11 January 2016 International research from Ipsos Global @dvisor and expert commentary from our Reputation Council members underline the growing challenge facing the worldwide energy industry, says Robert Knight. Energy – the quest for a licence to operate
Barriers and concerns to boosting construction in the UK 14 December 2015

Andrew Croll explores construction industry leaders' views on the challenges facing UK infrastructure development

Barriers and concerns to boosting construction in the UK
Why are people so often wrong about their own countries? 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?
Data privacy – concern, confusion and apathy 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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