Opinion poll conducted for the Daily Express
Data on likelihood to vote, voting intention, interest in the campaign, taxation and important issues, two weeks before voting in the 1992 election.
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.
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
Effective Communication By The Public Sector
London's charities look to new Greater London Authority and Mayor to save capital from chronic problems
Twelve of London's largest charities say the first task of the new Mayor for London and GLA should be to "bang heads together" to solve vital issues like homelessness and public transport, according to a MORI survey commissioned by London Electricity.
Commissioned by GeneWatch, the independent organisation which monitors developments in genetic engineering, this MORI poll shows that 77% want a ban on the growing of such crops until their impacts have been more fully assessed. A similar number (73%) are concerned that genetically-engineered crops could interbreed with natural, wild plants and cause genetic pollution.
Minister for the Cabinet Office, Dr Jack Cunningham, today published the results of the first wave of research by the People's Panel - the world's first national panel, set up as a cross-public sector research resource into the effectiveness of government services.
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.
Cohn & Wolfe commissioned MORI to produce this study as part of a strategy to promote the work of Deloitte Consulting in euro-related projects. This specific project is intended to generate brand publicity on a pan-European basis and demonstrate expertise and insight into the implications of the euro's introduction.