In this international edition of the Ipsos Social Research Institute’s Understanding Society publication, we examine the state of polling across the world.
Highlights of this edition include:
- An interview with Professor Samuel Wang, founder of the Princeton Election Consortium website, who discusses why we need political forecasters and pollsters, the popularity of data journalism and why polling isn’t dead.
- Expert contributions from journalist Ann Treneman, who takes us on the campaign trail, and Dr Rob Ford, one of the most prominent thinkers in this election, who dissects the rise of the insurgent parties.
- The significance of social media: how UK politicians John Major and Ed Miliband got more mentions on Twitter than Kim Kardashian and One Direction.
[EVENT] Public Consultation & Engagement Annual Summit
December 6 - Ipsos is pleased to be presenting at Canada’s biggest Public Consultation and Engagement Summit featuring fresh insights on a wide range of consultation-related topics including digital engagement, working with First Nations, addressing controversy, and more.
[EVENT] Shifting Ground: Exploring Public Attitudes Towards Immigration
Join us and the Royal Statistical Society on 17 October 2017 for the launch of our major new longitudinal study exploring how people’s attitudes towards immigration have changed.
Ipsos MORI publishes the report of its longitudinal study, Shifting Ground, which finds Britons are becoming more positive about immigration.