Ipsos MORI Research Highlights - September 2019
This month's Ipsos MORI research highlights include the lowest leadership ratings for any opposition leader since 1977 for Jeremy Corbyn, the Labour Party and Liberal Democrats running neck-and-neck in the latest voting intention figures and we release our new report 'Trust: the Truth' to explore whether trust is in terminal decline.
Ipsos MORI Research Highlights - August 2019
This month's Ipsos MORI research highlights includes first views of Boris Johnson who begins his term as Prime Minister as satisfaction with the government hits a historic low. Elsewhere, we explore public attitudes to a no deal Brexit; and there is continued concern about the NHS.
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Sticking with the status quo - a risky bet for the gambling industry
Gambling companies are facing an increasingly cynical atmosphere in the UK. Lawmakers, the general public, and wider stakeholders are questioning the integrity of the industry's business model and challenging the societal licence to operate in its current format. What can communicators within the sector do to proactively build trust in the industry, and how can this improve its reputation?
Ipsos MORI Research Highlights - July 2019
With Economic Optimism taking a turn for the worse, we explore attitudes to trade, human rights and refugees, where it turns out the British public are more liberal than most other countries. We look at how to build strong brands, environmental concerns and more.
Bank branch closures: a communications conundrum
Bank branch closures remain a major issue for banks, with changing financial habits and the threat of new competitors set to exacerbate the problem in years ahead. So what should a bank consider before closing a branch, and how could it affect its reputation?