The British public is becoming increasingly concerned about the role of technology in society, according to the 1997 MORI
Socioconsult study, a socio-cultural monitor which interprets people's values and attitudes in the context of social change.
Until technology and transport providers offer speedier access, growth of Internet usage in Western Europe and the US will slow, according to a survey conducted by MORI International and Response Analysis Corporation USA. Most additional growth is due to come from outside the Western world.
Despite media scepticism, the British public are eagerly embracing the arrival of digital television. One in ten people expect to be among the first to get a digital receiver and a further one in five have decided to get one in six to twelve months' time. These findings come from research conducted this summer for the Consumer Electronic Access Study, a comprehensive project examining demand for home electronic access applications, a joint venture between MORI and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
In this article I argue that public opinion is important, real, and in the run up to the Maastricht Treaty was mismanaged to the point of neglect. This was also true in relation to the European movement towards the ICG, following after the Maastricht Treaty ratification process.
Consumers Voting With Their Feet: Nearly One In Six Say Poor Dealings With Staff Put Them Off From Purchasing
A survey for the Marketing & Communication Agency by MORI shows how staff attitudes are affecting consumer behaviour
World Conference on Science, Session 10
Hewlett Packard Consulting
Building Your Company's Vision Conference
Thursday, 8 July 1999, Chelsea Harbour
Socio-Cultural Currents Affecting Heritage Site Visit Considerations or 'I didn't join English Heritage to be a Salesman'
My day job is the study of the British, the public generally, the electorate, in political terms (although opinion polls that you see in the newspapers and on television is but 1% of our turnover - that's right, 1%, of MORI's turnover - but 99% of the publicity).
Amsterdam - Private label has achieved unprecedented acceptance across Europe, with shoppers becoming more aware of retailer brands and planning to increase their purchases of them, according to a new consumer research study conducted for PLMA by MORI, the internationally-respected research firm.
This report presents the findings of research conducted by MORI on behalf of the Packaging Consumer Awareness and Education Steering Group. It aims to give a detailed insight into the British public's recycling behaviour and attitudes, as government-set targets for recycling continue to increase.