Ipsos MORI’s Political Monitor for March 2019 reveals low levels of public confidence in the Prime Minister to get a good Brexit deal.
Perceptions over the impact immigration has had on Britain are on balance positive and are stable compared with two years ago according to a new Ipsos MORI study for IMiX, the migration communications hub.
Our analysis of 2018 Issues Index data shows concern about Brexit rising further to become the clear biggest issue for Britain, and a sizeable increase in public worry about crime since 2017
Survey results from research conducted amongst techUK members on Brexit and the way forward
Britons see little sign of Brexit divisions healing in 2019.
Public concern about Brexit rises further, while worries about crime and poverty displace the economy and immigration from the top five - Ipsos MORI Issues Index December 2018.
Our latest survey of Britain's Captains of Industry on their attitudes towards Brexit.
A recent Ipsos MORI survey has found public support for the England FA offering England as hosts for the 2022 World Cup should Qatar be unable to host.
The UK Social Research Institute reviews the state of the nation in 2018, drawing on key trends and developments that have touched the nation from Brexit to the NHS.
The Ipsos MORI December 2018 Political Monitor reveals most of the public believe withdrawing from the EU on the terms of the government’s deal will be bad for the UK.