Ipsos MORI carried out a third wave of research evaluating the Indecent Images of Children (IIOC) Campaign, on behalf of the Home Office, the Internet Watch Foundation and the Marie Collins Foundation.
Ipsos MORI’s new global study, conducted in partnership with the Centre for Ageing Better, a charity funded by an endowment from The National Lottery Community Fund, illustrates the attitudes to ageing across 30 countries.
As Highways England launches new campaign, Ipsos MORI publishes new research which finds drivers feel most strongly that tailgating is the biggest problem on A roads and motorways.
Sarah Castell and Kate Duxbury reflect on the initial code of conduct for data driven health and care technology.
Scots are more likely than their neighbours to see Brexit as one of the most important issues facing the country.
A major new Ipsos study of over 19,000 people in 27 countries highlights how we think fake news, filter bubbles and post-truth are things that affect other people, much more than ourselves.
People in Italy and the US are most wrong on key facts about their society – the Swedish are the most accurate. People in 27 countries were most likely to expect the US to be most wrong.
This month’s Issues Index shows public concern about Britain and Europe remaining at the same record level measured in July.
The Scottish Government commissioned Ipsos MORI to survey young people's attitudes to immigration in Scotland.
Results from our latest survey on behalf of the Sutton Trust show that the proportion of young people who think it’s important to go to university to do well and get on in life has fallen steadily over the past six years.