The Conservative/Labour divide isn’t dead yet writes Kully Kaur-Ballagan for The Times Red Box.
Nearly two thirds (64%) of adults aged 15+ in Britain think that taxes should be increased as a way of funding the NHS.
In a guest blog, David Cowling ponders the Labour Party's 1983 election campaign and whether it is set for a similar performance in 2017.
Kully Kaur-Ballagan blogs for The Times Red Box on whether public supports Theresa May's pledge to reduce immigration to the tens of thousands.
The April 2017 Ipsos MORI/Economist Issues Index shows concern over Brexit remaining high with half (48%) mentioning it as one of the most important issues facing Britain.
New polling by Ipsos MORI finds most Britons are pessimistic about Theresa May’s likelihood of success to hit her target to cut net migration to the “tens of thousands” in the next few years.
Global Trends 2017 is here and it is bigger than ever, based on 18,000 interviews across 23 countries.
Ben Page in BMJ magazine looks at how public attitudes to the NHS might affect the general election campaign.
Conservatives lead on four of the five most important issues for the public – Theresa May’s personal ratings often better than her party’s.
According to the new Ipsos MORI Global Trends Survey, many countries around the world have seen an increase in the number of their citizens who feel under pressure to be successful and make money.