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Most Britons believe airport capacity should be increased 27 July 2015 The majority of Britons believe that the country’s airport capacity should be increased, according to the July 2015 Ipsos MORI Political Monitor. Most Britons believe airport capacity should be increased
Lloyds Spending Power Report June 2015 27 July 2015 The Lloyds Spending Power Report monitors sentiment towards spending, borrowing and saving amongst UK bank account holders aged 18-75. Lloyds Spending Power Report June 2015
Osborne closes gap on May and Johnson as a potential PM among Conservative supporters 24 July 2015 The first Ipsos MORI Political Monitor following the 2015 budget reveals that the public are divided on what George Osborne’s proposals mean for the country. Osborne closes gap on May and Johnson as a potential PM among Conservative supporters
Satisfaction with leaders amongst party supporters 24 July 2015 This shows the satisfaction scores for the government and the party leaders taking into account only the opinions of their parties' their own supporters. Satisfaction with leaders amongst party supporters
Political Monitor: Satisfaction Ratings 1997-Present 24 July 2015 Trends showing satisfaction with the government and the various party leaders. Political Monitor: Satisfaction Ratings 1997-Present
Economic Optimism Index (EOI): State of the Economy 1997 - present 24 July 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
Effect of the Budget 24 July 2015 Q Do you think the Budget proposals are a good thing or a bad thing? Effect of the Budget
Satisfaction With The Chancellor since 1976 24 July 2015 Q Can you tell me whether you are satisfied or dissatisfied with the way ... is doing his job as Chancellor of the Exchequer? Satisfaction With The Chancellor since 1976
Litter and crime the most important aspects in making the local area a beautiful place to live 23 July 2015 A poll conducted on behalf of ResPublica has found that the public believe less litter and rubbish (36%) and less crime, vandalism and graffiti (35%) are the most important aspects that make their area a beautiful place to live. Litter and crime the most important aspects in making the local area a beautiful place to live
Burnham leads the pack – but all Labour hopefuls have work to do 23 July 2015 With two months to go until the next leader of the Labour party is selected, Ipsos MORI’s latest Political Monitor shows that the public are still to make up their mind about the contenders, and none have an net positive rating overall. Burnham leads the pack – but all Labour hopefuls have work to do
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