The public hugely underestimate the scientific consensus on the causes of climate change, and are very mixed in their own views about how far human activity contributes to it.
Ipsos MORI's Research Highlights for December 2016 includes the most trusted professions in Britain and most countries think their population is much more Muslim than it actually is.
A joint report from Mumsnet and Ipsos MORI uses this 2016's Veracity Index and online focus groups of Mumsnet users to explore their opinions about trust, truthfulness, information and experts during the EU referendum campaign.
Ben Page assesses for the British Medical Journal what the polls tell us about the public’s view of strike action by junior doctors.
Ipsos MORI's research highlights for February 2016 features our latest survey of industry captains; trust (and lack of) in professions; and the global addiction to smartphones.
New polling by Ipsos MORI shows that politicians remain the profession least trusted by the British public, below estate agents, journalists and bankers.
Business leaders are among the least trusted of all professions. Ilana Tyler-Rubinstein looks at how they can change their reputation by looking beyond profits.
The General Pharmaceutical Council has published findings from an Ipsos MORI survey to gain a better insight into public perception of the pharmacy profession and pharmacy services.
New polling by Ipsos MORI shows that the British public are less likely to trust politicians to tell the than estate agents, bankers and journalists.
Who do you trust? Ipsos MORI's long-term trends research into the professions the public trust most - and least.