Survey including MORI's regular monthly political trend questions during the 1992 general election, together with questions on media coverage and interest in the election campaign
Research study conducted for The Sun Newspaper. MORI interviewed a representative quota sample of 721 adults aged 18+ across Great Britain by telephone between 4-5 February 1998.
I would like to ask you some questions about the Millennium.
Study Shows Shift In Moral Values
Q1 What will you be doing on Good Friday?
Q2 And what will you be doing on Easter Sunday?
It is reported in the press this week that Conservative leader William Hague's latest initiative to win votes from the government is a meeting with a leader of the American religious Right, exploring the possibility of making a religion-based appeal for votes at the next election.
Richard Branson is considered more inspirational than the Pope according to a survey conducted by MORI on behalf of the BBC's Heaven and Earth Show, and 1 in 3 believe that they're going to heaven, but hardly anyone believes that they're going to hell.
A major new MORI survey of the Government's People's Panel has found broad support for the benefits offered by human genetic research, but some misgivings about the regulation of such developments in the future.
Survey Reveals Attitudes of Europe's 21 to 35-Year Olds
Questions on interest in the party manifestos and on religious affiliation