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
3i / MORI survey of Key Independent Businesses in Britain
Britain's independent businessmen are increasingly opposed to a single European currency, according to the third annual 3i / MORI survey of Key Independent Businesses in Britain. Two in five owner-managers of these business are against it while three in ten are in favour. By contrast, a similar survey conducted in 1995 recorded an even split in opinion on this issue.
UK climate for investment in IT companies improving
Institutional investors and IT companies expect the investment climate for the IT sector to continue to improve during the next five years, with 80% of investors expecting to increase their weighting in IT companies. The most widely perceived benefit of investing in IT companies is their long term positive growth rates.
Crime Could be Worse than Official Statistics Claim
Official statistics might be underestimating the true level of crime in Britain, according to a recent MORI survey for the Reader's Digest. Almost half (47%) of the British public say they have been victims of crime, yet 44 per cent of these are failing to report the crime to the police.