Jen Bell looks at data from the 2019 GP Patient Survey (GPPS) to see what the survey tells us about the experiences of patients with diabetes.
The Gambling Commission’s annual study, produced by Ipsos MORI, examining trends in gambling participation among young people in Great Britain is published today.
Deloitte commissioned Ipsos MORI to survey UK adults on their attitudes to some of the key challenges facing the public sector: tax and spending, public services, social mobility, devolution, and the environment
Building a Stronger Britain Together (BSBT) was launched by the Home Office in 2016 as the main work programme under the government’s 2015 Counter-Extremism Strategy.
Is trust in crisis or is it just complicated? Our major new Ipsos Thinks report reveals the truth about trust.
Five in ten Brits say they would eat a plant-based substitute for meat, putting the UK ahead of the global average (four in ten). But how willing are we to make a long-term change to our diets?
Katriina Lepanjuuri reflects on her experiences of the European Survey Research Association (ESRA) conference 2019, in Zagreb, Croatia.
Ipsos MORI was commissioned by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) in March 2016 to conduct an independent evaluation of revalidation for nurses and midwives.
New study examines the economic and social costs of violence against women and girls (VAWG) in Ghana, Pakistan and South Sudan.
The latest edition of Ipsos MORI's Understanding Society newsletter, A Woman's World, brings together a collection of articles, based on our research with a diverse range of women all around the world.