This month's Ipsos MORI Research Highlights includes Government satisfaction improving, concern about isolation and travel bans and a drop in consumer confidence as coronavirus impacts everyone globally.
This month's Ipsos MORI research highlights includes Boris Johnson's political honeymoon, concern about the environment worry hits a 30-year high and the launch of Ipsos Global Trends 2020.
This month's Ipsos MORI research highlights includes Britons predictions for 2020, support to curb overfishing and the launch of landmark survey on early years from the Duchess of Cambridge.
This month's Ipsos MORI research highlights includes the NHS as a key policy area, public attitudes to Boris Johnson and our review of the year the Ipsos MORI Almanac.
This month's Ipsos MORI research highlights include falling levels of concern over immigration, politicians are now the least trusted profession in Britain and the latest on the General Election as the majority expect the Conservatives to be the largest party.
This month's Ipsos MORI research highlights include net satisfaction with how the government is running the country now stands at minus 67, the public are still divided on Brexit and we explore how British attitudes to moral and social issues have become significantly more liberal.
Welcome to Highlights where we see Theresa May still struggling with Britain's withdrawal from the European Union, concern about crime increases and are we becoming more environmentally conscious?
Welcome to our review of October. This month saw a further fall in confidence in Theresa May, more concern about Brexit (only 29% think we'll get a deal), and support for more public spending and tax cuts in the Budget.
Ipsos MORI's Research Highlights for September 2018 includes a continued lack of confidence in party leaders, our reactions to fake news, the launch of Perils of Perception and attitudes towards the proposed opt-out system for organ donation.
Ipsos MORI's Research Highlights for August 2018 includes young people's attitudes to immigration in Scotland, the results of the GP Patient Survey and people in Italy are most wrong on key facts about their society.