Friends and family members prove far more influential than Instagram and online videos in a new global Ipsos survey.
Kindness and happiness make you beautiful, but stay away from make-up.
New research for National Numeracy Day reveals nation’s blind spot around the value of numeracy skills could be holding back millions
New Ipsos global study shows nearly half of people in 10 European countries think things across the EU are on the wrong track – but less pessimistic than in 2017
New polling by Ipsos MORI for the Academy of Medical Sciences on the public's experiences and knowledge of the end of life
Ipsos MORI, on behalf of the Scottish Government, will be conducting a survey on the impact of attacks by dogs and other predators on sheep.
Emily Gray, Sarah Castell and Suzanne Hall blog on how a Citizens’ Assembly can best shape Scotland’s future.
Most are more willing to take personal actions to cut down waste, but are sceptical of policy actions.
The National Cyber Security Centre and Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport have released findings from the first UK Cyber Survey.
New Ipsos MORI / King's College London Polling Club survey shows 7 in 10 worry about influence of fake news on a referendum or election.