Childcare use, perceived impact on child development, and information on working from home for families of 0-4 year-olds during COVID-19
Ipsos MORI's latest research for the Department for Education gathered evidence during COVID-19 on the use of childcare in March 2021, as well as on the perceived impact of COVID-19 on child development, and information on working from home.
Women's Forum Barometer 2021: an urgent call for an inclusive recovery
A few days ahead of the G7 Summit, taking place on 11- 13 June 2021 in the UK, the Women’s Forum published the results of an Ipsos survey of nationals of the G7 countries, highlighting the importance of taking the full measure of how and to what extent women have been affected by the pandemic and its socio-economic consequences.
Liberals have most difficulty getting along with opponents on ‘culture war’ issues
While many people aren’t strongly engaged in culture wars at all, overall it is those on the liberal/left side of the argument who tend to be the most intolerant of people who disagree with them - new King's College London / Ipsos MORI survey.