The May 2018 / 2019 Active Lives survey of adults for Sport England has been released.
New research from Ipsos MORI shows that a majority of GB adults aged 18-75 think it is likely that Britain will leave the EU without a deal.
A new look into attitudes towards shared parental leave highlights the differences between genders and generations.
The July 2019 Ipsos MORI Issues Index confirms that Brexit remains the biggest issue facing Britain for a majority of the public.
Ipsos MORI's July Political Monitor sees a boost for Johnson from his own supporters but public pessimism about prospects of a deal before October 31st.
Price comparison sites have been around for a while, but they are still struggling to go beyond insurance. Here, Jamie Talmage explains that while new tech and regulations may bring opportunities, it’s consumer trust that is king.
What does the response on social media say about Boris Johnson becoming Prime Minister? Ben Page writes for the Times Red Box.
Our new Omnibus survey for the 50th anniversary of the Moon landings ask about Britons' attitudes to space and reveals the politician they'd like to send away on a one-way ticket to the moon.
Ben Page writes in the Metro on whether Labour's shift in its position on Brexit will move the needle in its position in the polls.
Ipsos MORI carried out the fifth wave of the Department for Education’s Pupils and their Parents/Carers omnibus survey in July/August 2018, which asked young people about their access to sanitary products.