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SNP remains dominant while Brexit could swing Scots behind a second independence referendum ‘Yes’ vote 10 February 2016 As May’s Scottish Parliament election looms large, Ipsos MORI's poll for STV News suggests that the SNP remains on course for victory with the party still significantly ahead. SNP remains dominant while Brexit could swing Scots behind a second independence referendum ‘Yes’ vote
Scots split on support for nuclear weapons in Britain 9 February 2016 As the Labour Party continues a review of its policy on nuclear weapons, an Ipsos MORI Scotland poll for STV News shows that Scots are split on the issue of whether they should be retained or scrapped in Britain. Scots split on support for nuclear weapons in Britain
Support for junior doctors remains strong 9 February 2016 Public support for the second round of the junior doctors’ strike is as high as it was for the first strikes in January, new polling from Ipsos MORI has found. Support for junior doctors remains strong
People underestimate past house price rises 5 February 2016 In December last year the public thought, on average, that there had been a 1% rise in the average national house price between October 2014 and October 2015, compared to the reality of 10% People underestimate past house price rises
New poll reveals Northerners' views on the Northern Powerhouse 4 February 2016 A new poll from Ipsos MORI North commissioned by the UK Northern Powerhouse International Conference and Exhibition has thrown fresh light on people in the North of England’s views on the Northern Powerhouse project. New poll reveals Northerners' views on the Northern Powerhouse
Survey for The Equality Trust on Tax Credits 3 February 2016 Ipsos MORI asked a nationally representative sample of adults about their perceptions of tax credit withdrawal rates on behalf of The Equality Trust. Survey for The Equality Trust on Tax Credits
Survey of MPs on the European Union 1 February 2016 Ipsos MORI surveyed UK MPs on their attitudes to the European Union and the forthcoming EU referendum. Survey of MPs on the European Union
Economist/ Ipsos MORI January 2016 Issues index 29 January 2016 The January 2016 Issues Index shows that, after an absence of one month, concern about immigration has returned to the top of the list of the most important issues facing Britain. Economist/ Ipsos MORI January 2016 Issues index
“Remain” in EU still ahead although lead has narrowed 29 January 2016 As the clock ticks down towards the referendum on European Union membership Ipsos MORI’s latest Political Monitor reveals a majority still want to remain in the EU although the gap between stay and leave is narrowing. “Remain” in EU still ahead although lead has narrowed
House price confidence for 2016 strong, despite dip in economic outlook 29 January 2016 Confidence in the UK housing market remains strong, according to the latest quarterly Halifax Market Confidence Tracker (HMCT), and comes against a backdrop of cooling confidence in the wider economy. House price confidence for 2016 strong, despite dip in economic outlook
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