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.
As data collection methodologies evolve from pure face-to-face, Ipsos MORI has been actively innovating in push to web and mixed mode research.
A major new Ipsos survey across 25 countries, reveals that 'anti system' sentiment is still strong around the world, although fewer think their country is in decline compared with 2016.
The Ipsos MORI September 2018 Political Monitor reveals one in three (32%) say they like the Labour leader, down from 46% in September 2017.
The Ipsos MORI September 2018 Political Monitor reveals seven in ten (70%) Britons lack confidence in Theresa May to get a good deal for Britain from other EU leaders in negotiations.
As Highways England launches new campaign, Ipsos MORI publishes new research which finds drivers feel most strongly that tailgating is the biggest problem on A roads and motorways.
Sarah Castell and Kate Duxbury reflect on the initial code of conduct for data driven health and care technology.
Scots are more likely than their neighbours to see Brexit as one of the most important issues facing the country.
A major new Ipsos study of over 19,000 people in 27 countries highlights how we think fake news, filter bubbles and post-truth are things that affect other people, much more than ourselves.