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Perils of perception: 10 things people think about housing 10 July 2015 Ben Marshall blogs for the Chartered Institute of Housing on the top 10 things the British public do and do not know about the UK housing market - and what they think. Perils of perception: 10 things people think about housing
How financially literate are you? Take our Quiz! 9 July 2015 Thinking of having a child? Know how much it would cost you? Test your financial savvy against the rest of Great Britain in Ipsos MORI's Perils of Perception Quiz: the Money edition. How financially literate are you? Take our Quiz!
Is the tide turning for streaming services? 2 July 2015 In the bog Ipsos Connect’s Elliot Whitehead talks about streaming services and the challenge of offering extra value to subscribers. Is the tide turning for streaming services?
Has the pharmaceutical industry developed short-sightedness? 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?
Why are our perceptions about the military so far off the mark? 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?
Guest blog: Build, build, build (but don’t forget quality) 9 June 2015 Ben Marshall, Director of Ipsos MORI gives us the public’s perspective on the importance of design in his latest blog for Shelter. Guest blog: Build, build, build (but don’t forget quality)
Blowing it on a Lamborghini? 4 June 2015 If you are approaching retirement, advice is crucial says Chris O'Brien of Ipsos Loyalty. Blowing it on a Lamborghini?
As Ryanair’s profits soar, are analysts right to attribute it to its new customer-friendly policy? 27 May 2015 Milorad Ajder of the Ipsos MORI Reputation Centre features in CityAM agreeing with the proposition that Ryanair's profits can be attributed to it's new customer-friendly policy. As Ryanair’s profits soar, are analysts right to attribute it to its new customer-friendly policy?
What next for housing’s ‘retail offer’? 22 May 2015 With the benefit of hindsight it is easy to say that the election didn’t have the feel of a ‘change election’. Ben Marshall, Director of Ipsos MORI blogs for 24dash.com What next for housing’s ‘retail offer’?
When did we stop worrying about crime? 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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