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Increase in buying and selling sentiment as house price optimism for 2015 recovers 27 March 2015 The second monthly wave of the Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker in 2015 shows nearly two thirds of Britons (64%) expect the average UK property price to rise this year, up from 60% who said this in January 2015. Increase in buying and selling sentiment as house price optimism for 2015 recovers
Travellers plan to take more international leisure trips in 2015 24 March 2015 Ipsos MORI have conducted TripAdvisor’s latest TripBarometer study on the Global Travel Economy which reveals worldwide travel trends at country, region and global levels Travellers plan to take more international leisure trips in 2015
Economist/Ipsos MORI March 2015 Issues Index 19 March 2015 Immigration returns to its place as the most important issue facing Britain Economist/Ipsos MORI March 2015 Issues Index
Labour are the most popular party, but Miliband trails behind 16 March 2015 The Ipsos MORI Political Monitor for March shows that as David Cameron remains the most popular party leader, Ed Miliband is yet to convince the public despite the Labour party outperforming the Conservatives. Labour are the most popular party, but Miliband trails behind
Most Capable Chancellor - Trends 12 March 2015 Most Capable Chancellor Trends since March 2011 Most Capable Chancellor - Trends
Neither the Conservatives nor Labour are able to open up a lead 12 March 2015 With less than two months to go before the General Election the latest Ipsos MORI Political Monitor shows the Conservative and Labour parties running neck-and-neck with both parties’ vote share decreasing since last month. Neither the Conservatives nor Labour are able to open up a lead
Economic Optimism Index (EOI): State of the Economy 1997 - present 12 March 2015 Do you think that the general economic condition of the country will improve, stay the same or get worse over the next 12 months? Economic Optimism Index (EOI): State of the Economy 1997 - present
Voting Intention in Great Britain: Recent Trends 12 March 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
Government Delivery Index - Improving Public Services 12 March 2015 Q On balance, do you agree or disagree with the statement that "in the long term, this government's policies will improve the state of Britain's public services"? Government Delivery Index - Improving Public Services
Likelihood of Voting 12 March 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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