Welcome to the Ipsos MORI 2020 Almanac - in a year we thought would be a turning point...
A new study from Ipsos MORI and the Policy Institute at King's College London reveals that one in four people (26%) say they’ve found it harder to follow the rules during England’s second national lockdown than they did during the first.
Interim results from the seventh report of one of the country’s largest studies into COVID-19 infections in England have been published today by Imperial College London and Ipsos MORI showing a reduction in prevalence nationwide.
The landmark research, commissioned by The Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and conducted by Ipsos MORI, reveals what the UK thinks about the early years. It also explores how COVID-19 has impacted the perceptions and experiences of parents and carers of the under-fives.
As cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to spread across the UK and around the world, Ipsos MORI is focused on ensuring the safety of its people, clients and suppliers, whilst maintaining business continuity during this challenging time.