Ipsos MORI's May 2018 Political Monitor shows half of public think Brexit is working out as expected while four in ten think that it is worse.
In our latest blog Sean Mills, Executive Director at Ipsos LEAD, discusses the steps you need to take for successful continuous dialogue with your employees.
New Ipsos MORI research shows the public are very wrong about the ‘UK Statistic of the Year’.
A new national poll commissioned by the animal welfare charity the League Against Cruel Sports finds that majority of the British public are in favour of keeping a number of activities banned in the Hunting Act illegal.
Tom Rossington looks at the most recent data from Ipsos MORI's GP Patient Survey and what the survey tells us about the experiences of people living with a mental health condition.
Half of Britons (51%) say Europe/Brexit is an important issue facing the country – reaching a joint-record level with March. Concern about the NHS has also increased though still lower than Brexit.
We are increasingly encouraged to rate our everyday experiences, from eating a meal to taking a cab. With service providers now rating us, too, what does this mean for customer interaction and experience? Here, Lauren Kayser examines our 'review culture'.
This month's Issues Index investigates differences in opinion between Remain and Leave voters.
Ipsos’ latest Perils of Perception survey highlights how wrong the online public across 38 countries are about key global issues and features of the population in their country.
A new segmentation of 2017 Issues Index data reveals a five-way split in public views on the most important issues facing Britain