Ipsos MORI's May 2017 Political Monitor shows that a majority of Britons expect income tax to rise no matter who wins the General Election.
New Ipsos MORI analysis shows Brexit has created new political dividing lines on some issues.
The April 2017 Ipsos MORI/Economist Issues Index shows concern over Brexit remaining high with half (48%) mentioning it as one of the most important issues facing Britain.
Conservatives lead on four of the five most important issues for the public – Theresa May’s personal ratings often better than her party’s.
Theresa May seen as most capable Prime Minister. Brexit is biggest issue for Britons when deciding how to vote, followed by the NHS and education.
Ipsos MORI's Research Highlights for March 2017 includes support for independence rising in Scotland and as the EU turns 60 years old, most EU citizens are unhappy with its direction.
The March 2017 Ipsos MORI/Economist Issues Index shows a new record in the proportion who see the EU/Brexit as one of the biggest issues facing Britain.
The majority of people who voted “Leave” in last year’s referendum hope other countries will also leave the European Union soon, a survey by Ipsos MORI for King's College London has found, but most “Remain” voters hope the EU will keep its remaining members.
An Ipsos survey to mark 60 years since the Treaty of Rome, suggests that the global public see some reasons to celebrate, with on average half considering the European project to have made Europe stronger.
Our new poll for STV News shows voters split down the middle in their constitutional preference.