Ipsos MORI's Research Highlights for December 2016 includes the most trusted professions in Britain and most countries think their population is much more Muslim than it actually is.
Ipsos MORI's Research Highlights for November 2016 includes confidence in the government on handling the economy but much less when handling Britain's exit from the EU.
Ipsos MORI's Research Highlights for October 2016 includes the public divide between access to the single market and controlling immigration, as well as increasing pessimism over the economy.
Ipsos MORI's Research Highlights for September 2016 includes the highest concern about housing in 40 years and there's no sign of 'Bregret' after the EU Referendum.
Ipsos MORI's Research Highlights for August 2016 includes the latest from the US presidential election and the new PM starts with a honeymoon among the public.
Ipsos MORI's research highlights for July 2016 includes a challenge for our new Prime Minister, consumer confidence has fallen to its lowest point and young people's housing hopes have been dashed.
Ipsos MORI's research highlights for June 2016 includes latest EU Referendum polls, the Queen's enduring popularity at 90 and how we Britons love our front gardens!
Ipsos MORI's research highlights for May 2016 shows the are public still divided on Brexit, a further slip in David Cameron's personal ratings and the rise of connected health.
Ipsos MORI's research highlights for April 2016 features the doctors' first all out strike, the government's falling popularity and the Queen is still as popular as ever.
Ipsos MORI's research highlights for March 2016 reveals the latest on the EU referendum; we reflect on equality for women; and on pessimism about propspacta for Generation Y.