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Economists' Views on Brexit 28 May 2016 Ipsos MORI conducted an online survey of members of the Royal Economic Society and the Society of Business Economists on behalf of the Observer. Economists' Views on Brexit
How green are British front gardens? 27 May 2016 An Ipsos MORI poll for Royal Horticultural Society to understand greenery in British front gardens. How green are British front gardens?
High satisfaction levels with Royal Family as the Queen turns 90 23 May 2016 New polling released as the Queen turns 90 reveals that key members of the Royal Family continue to receive high satisfaction ratings from the public. High satisfaction levels with Royal Family as the Queen turns 90
Half say government doing bad job on economy as economic optimism falls 19 May 2016 One year on from the election of a Conservative majority in Westminster, Ipsos MORI’s Political Monitor finds a fall in the public’s ratings on the government’s management of the economy. Half say government doing bad job on economy as economic optimism falls
Half believe the economy will get worse in the short term if Britain leaves the EU but more likely to think it will improve in the long term 18 May 2016 With just one month to go until the referendum on Britain’s membership of the European Union, Ipsos MORI’s new Political Monitor shows that on balance Britons believe the economy would be better off in the long term if Britain left the European Union yet likely be worse off in the years immediately following Brexit. Half believe the economy will get worse in the short term if Britain leaves the EU but more likely to think it will improve in the long term
European Union membership - trends 18 May 2016 Q If there were a referendum now on whether Britain should stay in or get out of the European Union, how would you vote? European Union membership - trends
International companies say Brexit would be negative for their businesses 13 May 2016 An overwhelming majority of international businesses (78%) from seven countries believe that Brexit would be negative for them, according to a survey by Ipsos MORI. International companies say Brexit would be negative for their businesses
Immigration one of the biggest issues for wavering EU referendum voters 10 May 2016 Immigration is one of the key issues which will affect how people vote in the upcoming EU referendum, along with the effect on the economy and Britain’s sovereignty, a new Ipsos MORI study published today finds. Immigration one of the biggest issues for wavering EU referendum voters
Half of people in nine European countries believe UK will vote to leave the EU 9 May 2016 With the British referendum on EU membership rapidly approaching, a new poll from Ipsos MORI reveals that half (49%) of Europeans in eight other EU countries believe that Britain will vote to leave the EU. Half of people in nine European countries believe UK will vote to leave the EU
British public wants to hear from business on Brexit – but may not trust what they have to say 27 April 2016 British public wants to hear from businesses, especially SMEs, in the EU referendum more than charities, think tanks or newspapers, new Ipsos MORI poll finds. British public wants to hear from business on Brexit – but may not trust what they have to say
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