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Mapping party and leader image 28 April 2015 Professor Roger Mortimore explains “perceptual maps”, which present what the public thinks of the parties (and their leaders) visually so they can easily be compared. Mapping party and leader image
Energy policy after the General Election 27 April 2015 Antonia Dickman, Joint Head of Environment Research and Stefan Durkacz, Research Manager discuss energy consumers' priorities and the implications for policy makers after the next General Election. Energy policy after the General Election
Hard work, hard times: the lived experience of in-work poverty 24 April 2015 Sara Davidson from Ipsos MORI Scotland writes for Scottish Policy Now on our recent work in Glasgow confirming that having a job is no longer a guarantee of avoiding poverty. Hard work, hard times: the lived experience of in-work poverty
Swing or Roundabout? 23 April 2015 Dr. Roger Mortimore, director of political analysis, writes in the Huffington Post that swing isn't so simple anymore. Swing or Roundabout?
Public culture in Britain is biased against business and most politicians don’t understand business 22 April 2015 Over half of British adults don't trust business leaders, so businesses must above all else, act with honesty and integrity says Andrew Croll of Ipsos Loyalty. Public culture in Britain is biased against business and most politicians don’t understand business
How much do companies listen to NGOs? 15 April 2015

NGOs believe their relationship with companies is crucial and their influence will only grow as CSR becomes more deeply embedded in company behaviour.  Ilana Tyler-Rubinstein asks: do companies really pay attention to NGOs?

How much do companies listen to NGOs?
Labour's Long-Term Decline in Scotland 15 April 2015 The origins of the Labour party's decline in Scotland and the parallel rise of the SNP go back much further than the Independence Referendum, writes Mark Diffley in the Huffington Post. Labour's Long-Term Decline in Scotland
Election 2015: What clues are Scottish voters giving? Part Two 8 April 2015 Mark Diffley writes on the BBC website on the findings of part two of our Scottish General Election Priorities poll for BBC Scotland. Election 2015: What clues are Scottish voters giving? Part Two
Election 2015: What clues are Scottish voters giving? Part One 7 April 2015 Mark Diffley writes on the BBC website on the findings of part one of our Scottish General Election Priorities poll for BBC Scotland. Election 2015: What clues are Scottish voters giving? Part One
Seven Lessons from the 2015 Seven Leaders’ Debate 3 April 2015 For the first ever seven-way leaders’ debate, and the first debate of the 2015 campaign, the Ipsos MORI “worm” returned from its last appearance in 2010. Seven Lessons from the 2015 Seven Leaders’ Debate
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