In an uncertain world, data matters. Ipsos experts share the latest research and analysis related to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, based on a multi-country poll.
While communities come together during this uncertain time, partisan divides remain when considering the future of the country,
People in 33 nations polled by our latest Perils of Perception survey often seem clueless on wealth, immigration and other factors, says Bobby Duffy in the Guardian.
A new study conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of the Centre for Ageing Better reveals that Social connections are as important as money and health to a good later life.
Ipsos MORI's latest version of the Perils of Perception survey highlights how wrong the public across 33 countries are about some key issues and features of the population in their country.
How do the public view data protection and privacy? Daniel Cameron blogs for the Market Research Society's Geodemographics knowledgebase.
On behalf of Eurofound, Ipsos conducted a wide-ranging survey of workers across the EU about key issues related to their work and employment.
In the final release from our poll for STV News to mark 20 years of Ipsos MORI's permanent office in Scotland, more than half of Scots believe independence will happen in the next ten years.
Rachel Burkitt looks at the most recent data from Ipsos MORI's GP Patient Survey and what the survey tells us about the experiences of people living with long term conditions.
Parenting across Scotland commissioned Ipsos MORI Scotland to undertake a national survey of 1,000 parents to explore their experiences and perceptions in relation to a range of parenting issues.