Britons remain split on prioritising single market access or immigration control – both are seen as important, but there has been a move towards single market.
Confidence in Theresa May to get a good deal for Britain in Brexit negotiations has fallen, though this is still just ahead of Jeremy Corbyn.
The 2017 edition of the Ipsos Top Cities Index finds that New York is the most popular city worldwide, retaining the title it claimed when the survey was first run in 2013.
New global Ipsos MORI survey finds that more than half (57%) think Britain's influence on world affairs is positive.
Trust in brands and advertising in the wake of Brexit and the General Election
Post-election, and in the aftermath of recent terror attacks, concern about defence/terrorism is seen as the third biggest concern among Britons in the June 2017 Ipsos MORI/Economist Issues Index.
Ipsos MORI's Research Highlights for June 2017 includes rising concern about the NHS, and the economy and age, not class, was the key factor in voting the General Election.
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Suzanne Hall looks at our General Election focus groups conducted for the BBC and identifies some trends which help unpick Thursday's shock election result.
The Ipsos MORI / GfK Exit Poll for BBC News, ITV News and Sky News once again proves accurate.
Given that it is such an important issue to the public, it is not surprising that Labour is making the NHS a centrepiece of its election campaign, says Kate Duxbury.