Only 54% want the number of immigrants coming to Britain to decrease, compared to 66% in 2015.
Two thirds of Britons name Brexit as one of the most important issues facing the UK, while just 12% are as concerned about the economy.
A round-up of Ipsos MORI surveys, trends and analysis for the 2019 UK General Election.
The Conservatives maintain lead in latest Ipsos MORI Political Monitor but four in ten say they may change their minds
Ipsos MORI's latest campaign tracker shows the NHS has overtaken Brexit as the most important issue for GB adults
On December 12th the UK will host the first December election since 1923. The Ipsos MORI MPs Survey offers some clues on what issues will be top of mind for MPs post-election and in the new parliament.
Many household items contain hidden plastics, but some are more obvious than others.
Half say more police on the beat would do most to reduce crime, but clear differences by party support and EU referendum vote on what policies would be most effective
Nearly two thirds of Britons mention Brexit as one of the biggest issues facing the country.
Majority of the public want special visas for EU doctors according to our recent NHS survey.