Ipsos MORI Research Highlights - August 2018

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.

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  • Ben Page Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI
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Welcome to this month's roundup of news and polls from Ipsos MORI, two-thirds (68%) of the British public have an unfavourable opinion of US President Donald Trump, with just over half (53%) thinking that the special relationship has become weaker as a result of the way Donald Trump is doing his job. 

Public concern about Britain and Europe remains at the same record level measured in July with 57% of the  public see Brexit as a big issue for the country. We explore which countries are the most and least wrong in our ‘Misperceptions Index’ using answers from our Perils of Perception series.  We also discuss consent for organ and tissue donation, the importance of university among young people and the Living Home Standard in Scotland.

I hope you find something to interest you. As ever please do let us know what you think!

Ben Page
Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI
[email protected]

The author(s)

  • Ben Page Chief Executive, Ipsos MORI