Poll for the Daily Express covering attitudes to politics, the economy, industrial relations, education and other issues
Opinion poll for the Daily Express
National survey in election week 1992 for the Yorkshire TV programme First Tuesday
To supplement the Sun survey, MORI was commissioned by the European newspaper to research attitudes to three questions in France and Germany. - Cross-national trends
Institutional investors and IT companies expect the investment climate for the IT sector to continue to improve during the next five years, with 80% of investors expecting to increase their weighting in IT companies. The most widely perceived benefit of investing in IT companies is their long term positive growth rates.
The principle of government funding for higher education is sacrosanct according to
the British public, eighty eight per cent believe that government spending on higher
education is an investment for the future.
Profile of voters and how they voted in the 1997 election by age, gender, social class, housing tenure, region, newspaper readership, ethnicity, trade union membership, etc
A MORI poll, commissioned by the Plain English Campaign on the language used in pension information, has revealed that over four in ten of those contributing (or preparing to contribute) to a pension scheme thought the language used was confusing.
Research for WFD reveals that for today's 16-35 year old professional, balancing the demands of a career and home life is an increasing concern, 92% saying that it is very or fairly important.
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