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Life In Kazakhstan 21 April 2015 An Ipsos MORI poll commissioned by the Eurasian Council on Foreign Affairs (ECFA) shows the majority of Kazakh adults, when asked about quality of life in the country, feel that things are heading in the right direction. Life In Kazakhstan
NHS continues to be top issue for British voters 20 April 2015 Ipsos MORI's April Political Monitor looks at which issues voters will influence their decision and which party they think has the best policies on each one. NHS continues to be top issue for British voters
UKIP is the party the public least like to see influence a government, the SNP is second 17 April 2015 In this month’s Political Monitor, Ipsos MORI asked the public which parties they’d least like to see having influence over the government in the event of a hung parliament. UKIP is the party the public least like to see influence a government, the SNP is second
Conservatives and Labour still close in the polls 16 April 2015 With the opening weeks of the election campaign behind us, Ipsos MORI’s Political Monitor finds the Conservatives and Labour still fighting it out in the race for Number 10. Conservatives and Labour still close in the polls
Labour Leader Image 16 April 2015 Q Here is a list of things both favourable and unfavourable that have been said about various politicians. I would like you to pick out all those statements that you feel fit Mr Foot / Mr Kinnock / Mr Smith / Mr Blair/ Mr Brown. Labour Leader Image
Political Monitor: Satisfaction Ratings 1997-Present 16 April 2015 Q3-6 Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way ... ... the government is running the country? ... ... is doing his/her job as ...? Political Monitor: Satisfaction Ratings 1997-Present
Voting: Definitely Decided or May Change Mind? April 2015 Q Have you definitely decided to vote for the ... party or is there a chance you may change your mind before you vote? Voting: Definitely Decided or May Change Mind?
Voting Intention in Great Britain: Recent Trends 16 April 2015 Figures are based on all those absolutely certain to vote. (This is Ipsos MORI's "headline" voting intention measure) Voting Intention in Great Britain: Recent Trends
Voting Intention in Great Britain: 1976-present 16 April 2015 This page shows the voting intentions of all respondents who name a party that they say they intend to vote for, whether or not they are certain that they will vote Voting Intention in Great Britain: 1976-present
Likelihood of Voting 16 April 2015 How likely would you be to vote in an immediate General Election, on a scale of 1 to 10, where 10 means you would be absolutely certain to vote, and 1 means that you would be absolutely certain not to vote? Likelihood of Voting
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