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.
We are delighted to bring you the highlights of our recent ‘Human + Machine’ event at the London Science Museum, via our Ipsos Lates website.
In the latest Ipsos MORI poll, with fieldwork conducted before the election was called, the Conservatives have taken a 17-point lead over Labour, significantly improving on their position in September.
Ipsos MORI’s new Social Media Britain report uses social media data from Synthesio to offer an additional way to understand the public’s views about issues relevant to Britain.
According to the latest Issues Index two thirds of Britons mention Brexit as one of the biggest issues facing the country.
Following Ipsos MORI's win at the MRS Operations Awards 2019 in the Best FTF Data Collection category, Steve Bannister and Jeremy May explore the value of face-to-face data collection.
New research by Ipsos MORI and the Policy Institute at King’s College London shows that the British public has become significantly more liberal on moral issues over the last 30 years.
Instability and concern over the future of Wales are the key themes from this year’s Ipsos MORI survey amongst Welsh Assembly Members.
The May 2018 / 2019 Active Lives survey of adults for Sport England has been released.