A new global Ipsos MORI study, carried out in 27 countries for the BBC as part of its Crossing Divides season, highlights the extent to which people think their society is divided.
Majority would not be concerned at all by a same-sex marriage in the Royal Family according to a new Ipsos MORI poll for King's College London's Polling Club.
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
The public also lack confidence in the government’s long-term economic policies as economic optimism drops. Despite this, Philip Hammond is still preferred over John McDonnell as most capable chancellor
Global poll finds that unemployment continues to be the lead worry around the world — but Britons are more worried about the rise of extremism than any other country in the study. Almost seven in ten Britons (68%) think the country is on the wrong track.
The 2017 Ipsos MORI Veracity Index reveals the esteem the British public holds for a variety of professions, with some fresh additions in the form of weather forecasters and professional footballers.
Who do you trust? Ipsos MORI's long-term trends research into the professions the public trust most - and least.
Ipsos MORI has undertaken survey research on behalf of the Vodafone Foundation to understand what barriers are preventing businesses from doing more to support employees who are enduring domestic violence, as victims and perpetrators.
Independent analyst David Cowling looks at audience perceptions of bias in the media.