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Mid Staffs: what impact has it had? 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?
Mental health services and spending: what do the public think? 6 May 2015 A recent Ipsos MORI poll indicated that almost four in five people believe the proportion of spend on mental health services should increase in the future; we explore why the public might hold this view. Mental health services and spending: what do the public think?
Political Behaviour Part 3: Candidates 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
NHS funding and politics: the public’s trust is not for sale 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
Will this be the social media election? 4 May 2015 Will this be the social media election? Michael Granleese explores the relationship between politicians and the media.   Will this be the social media election?
Political Behaviour Part 2: Mobilisation 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
Housing in poll position 1 May 2015 Ben Marshall examines how housing has featured as a key 2015 election campaign issue. The article was written on 21 April  for 24housing magazine's general election special edition, published 1 May 2015.  Housing in poll position
Cutbacks or taxes: what can we expect from the next generation of MPs? 1 May 2015 With the outcome of the general election uncertain, it can be hard for our public services to plan for the next government. Rebecca Writer-Davies explores what it is that candidates say are their priorities for cuts and protection after the election. Cutbacks or taxes: what can we expect from the next generation of MPs?
The economy, the NHS…what do voters really care about when casting their election ballots? 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?
Political Behaviour Part 1: Turnout 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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