Ipsos MORI Issues Index October 2018: Worry about Brexit and the EU continues to top Britons' concerns
Brexit continues to dominate the concerns of the British public. For the second month in a row close to six in ten have mentioned the European Union and Brexit as one of the biggest issues facing the country.
Energy sector reputations: time to power up?
The energy sector has an image problem. From domestic suppliers to international oil and gas companies, firms face an uphill struggle to be viewed in a more positive light by a wide range of their stakeholders – as issues around the environment, along with pricing concerns, shape perceptions amongst consumers, regulators, and the media.
The public's Brexit predictions
A major new Ipsos MORI survey conducted in partnership with the Policy Institute at King’s College London and UK in a Changing Europe reveals what the public think will happen in the Brexit negotiations, and the impact of leaving the EU on key issues over the following five years.
What worries the world? September 2018
New global poll finds four concerns top the world’s worry list: Unemployment, poverty/social inequality, crime/violence and financial/political corruption. Concern about Healthcare in Britain falls but it is still the top worry for Britons for the eleventh successive month
British consumers have mixed confidence about national economy
Latest results from the Ipsos Global Advisor Economic Pulse survey show that consumer confidence in Great Britain’s national economy hasn’t changed since last month, and is above the average across the last eight years, but that on other metrics Britons are less confident.