While communities come together during this uncertain time, partisan divides remain when considering the future of the country,
Fifty-two percent of Britons now believe the coronavirus poses a ‘high’ or ‘very high’ threat to their job or business.
While we adapt to big lifestyle changes as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, many are finding work and childcare more difficult.
In an uncertain world, data matters. Ipsos experts share the latest research and analysis related to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, based on a multi-country poll.
According to the last Global Advisor survey from Ipsos, the coronavirus crisis is seen as threatening to both health and finances.
The March 2020 Ipsos MORI Political Monitor finds that just under half of people think Boris Johnson is handling the coronavirus crisis well.
One in five Britons find it acceptable to bulk buy personal hygiene products amid coronavirus pandemic while a majority think it’s unacceptable to bulk buy at all.
As cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) continue to spread across the UK and around the world, Ipsos MORI is focused on ensuring the safety of its people, clients and suppliers, whilst maintaining business continuity during this challenging time.
More of us now believe someone close to us will be infected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Ipsos MORI's Political Pulse shows decline in favourability towards the Prime Minister since election victory