Brexit and the NHS continue to head the public’s list of the biggest issues facing Britain.
In our latest blog, Sean Mills, Executive Director of Ipsos LEAD, explains why, when it comes to norms, you should always start with your own organisation first.
A wide-ranging survey on political and constitutional issues and election campaigns, for the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust (JRRT).
Trends in public support for the "poll tax" between the first discussion of its introduction and the final reversal of the policy
British attitudes in the 1980s
Q What would you say is the most important issue facing Britain today?
Q What do you see as other important issues facing Britain today?
Q Are you satisfied or dissatisfied with the way ...
... the Government is running the country?
... [name] is doing his job as Prime Minister/Leader of the Opposition/Leader of the Liberal Party?
Q1 How would you vote if there were a General Election tomorrow?
(Ask those undecided / refused) Q2 Which party are you most inclined to support?
A poll for the Sunday Times, carried out the day after the 1984 European Parliament elections
British opinions on the siting of American cruise missiles in the UK, tracked by MORI during the early 1980s