Suzanne Hall looks at our General Election focus groups conducted for the BBC and identifies some trends which help unpick Thursday's shock election result.
The Ipsos MORI / GfK Exit Poll for BBC News, ITV News and Sky News once again proves accurate.
Five lessons from a qualitative case study by Ipsos MORI, using heart rate monitoring.
Ipsos MORI Scotland has been delivering quality research and insight to our clients in Scotland since 1997. Our Edinburgh-based team specialises in social policy research for the public, third and private sectors. We combine in-depth understanding of the distinct needs of Scottish clients, with the technical resources and reach of an international company. Our team is highly experienced across a wide range of quantitative and qualitative methods and approaches.
In 2016 Ipsos MORI was commissioned to conduct an ambitious piece of research on behalf of Alzheimer’s Society.
Operating out of our London, Edinburgh and Manchester offices and across both Social Research Institute and customer Loyalty teams, we work with a wide range of clients and partners, large and small, covering all modes of transport, public and private transport. We use market and social research to improve understanding of travel behaviour, customer experience, and attitudes towards new policies, new and existing infrastructure, and public spending priorities.
Three takeaways from a Halifax discussion among working class Leave voters for the BBC.
Ipsos MORI’s Charities research team was set up more than 20 years ago. We are an enthusiastic team of specialist researchers with years of experience conducting research on behalf of charities, Royal Societies, social enterprises, and the voluntary sector. The charity team closely works with topic-specialist teams, such as the Environment and Energy team, the Health team, the Education, Children and Families team, and the International team. This makes sure that the research we conduct is underpinned by both a broader understanding of how the sector works, and by in-depth issue-specific knowledge.
In 2015, the international community, led by the United Nations, adopted 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). They will provide the framework for international development and cooperation for the next fifteen years. That’s why Ipsos has established a new global Sustainable Development Research Centre (SDRC). The Centre will draw together the company’s expertise across a range of themes and geographical regions. We believe that by consolidating our already expansive work on sustainable development globally we can help clients and partners shape the sustainability agenda.
The work of Ipsos MORI’s Education, Children and Families team directly informs policy, practice and debate through high quality research and evaluation of interventions, strategies and communications.