This is the third wave of Public Health England's public opinion research, conducted by Ipsos MORI, following previous waves in 2015, 2014, and a baseline wave in 2013/2014.
Do media planners and buyers see the world as others do, and does it affect the decisions they make? In this thought piece Ipsos Connect separates myth from reality by investigating the `perils of perception.'
This book by authors including Ipsos MORI polling experts, offers a unique exploration of the 2015 General Election from the perspectives of those most intimately involved as strategists, journalists and analysts.
Ipsos Connect's Tech Tracker is a quarterly, GB nationally representative research survey which measures the emerging trends and developments in technology.
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.
Device agnostic is no longer the future of online research. It's happening now. Marketers must adapt quickly or risk losing touch with their consumers.
Welcome to the December edition of Ipsos Update, our monthly selection of research and thinking from Ipsos’ teams around the world.
This independent research funded by the National Institute for Health Research explores the issue of unmet need for social care among older people
The Ipsos MORI Almanac for 2016 is packed with insight and analysis through our researchers' lens of a memorable and challenging 2016.
A joint report from Mumsnet and Ipsos MORI uses this 2016's Veracity Index and online focus groups of Mumsnet users to explore their opinions about trust, truthfulness, information and experts during the EU referendum campaign.