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.
The Conservative/Labour divide isn’t dead yet writes Kully Kaur-Ballagan for The Times Red Box.
A consolidated view of Ipsos MORI polling and analysis of the 2017 UK General Election with our key long term social and political trends.
Nearly two thirds (64%) of adults aged 15+ in Britain think that taxes should be increased as a way of funding the NHS.
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.
David Cowling says 2017 will be the first general election in 25 years to be held with no other elections taking place on the same day meaning a much faster flow of individual results.
Ben Page comments for The Times Red Box on whether Labour should be take heart from our latest Political Monitor polling.
Ipsos MORI's May 2017 Political Monitor shows the Conservatives holding a strong lead despite an improvement for Labour.
In 2016 Ipsos MORI was commissioned to conduct an ambitious piece of research on behalf of Alzheimer’s Society.