Ipsos MORI carried out a survey on attitudes towards same sex marriage in Northern Ireland, during the lead up and in the aftermath of the same sex marriage Referendum in the Republic of Ireland. The poll found that two thirds (68%) of adults in Northern Ireland agree that homosexual couples should be allowed to marry.
Ipsos MORI interviewed a representative sample of 1,000 adults aged 16+ across Northern Ireland. Interviews were conducted face-to-face between 20th May and 8th June 2015. Data are weighted to match the profile of the population. Where percentages do not sum to 100, this may be due to computer rounding, the exclusion of ‘don’t know’ categories or multiple answer.
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