Brexit and the NHS continue to head the public’s list of the biggest issues facing Britain.
The last year has seen opinion and election polling subjected to both criticism and praise. Here we review the evidence, looking particularly at recent experiences in the US, UK, France and the Netherlands.
Britons remain split on prioritising single market access or immigration control – both are seen as important, but there has been a move towards single market.
Confidence in Theresa May to get a good deal for Britain in Brexit negotiations has fallen, though this is still just ahead of Jeremy Corbyn.
There is growing pessimism among the public about the health of Britain’s economy. Ipsos MORI Economic Optimism Index falls to its lowest level since 2011.
These are the main findings of research conducted by Ipsos MORI for The Sutton Trust.
Ipsos MORI's July 2017 Political Monitor shows Theresa May’s leadership satisfaction ratings falling further after the General Election as Jeremy Corbyn's continue to improve.
Ipsos MORI and partners have conducted a new and timely research project highlighting the experiences of unmet need for care among older people living in their own homes.
Nearly 4 in 5 UK adults think that the BBC should be able to try to get the highest quality presenters, actors and reporters – even if it means paying similar to what other broadcasters pay.
New research by Ipsos MORI in partnership with Neil Gaught & Associates and Forster Communications highlights the public’s strong belief that the current way of doing business isn’t working and their desire to see business to do more to make a positive difference.
Ipsos MORI was commissioned by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) in March 2016 to conduct an independent evaluation of revalidation for nurses and midwives.