A wide-ranging survey on political and constitutional issues and election campaigns, for the Joseph Rowntree Reform Trust (JRRT).
Richard Branson has succeeded in toppling his long-time rival, Sir Colin Marshall, Chairman of British Airways, as Britain's most impressive industrialist. He comes first in the 1997 MORI's annual survey of Britain's Captains of Industry, nominated spontaneously by 25 per cent of his peers.
The Family in the 1990s
By Humphrey Taylor - 11th November 1998
Chapter in DEMOS Publication "The Good Life"
The public's trust in doctors remains at a remarkably high level, according to a new MORI opinion poll commissioned by the BMA, which tracks views on doctors over a 16 year period.
More people would trust Sir Cliff Richard than either Tony Blair or William Hague to sell them a decent pension, and virtually no one would choose Alastair Darling, the Government Minister in charge of pensions - according to a new MORI survey for i.e. group, a UK new financial services group.
The public's trust in doctors remains extraordinarily high despite the Shipman trial.
The Lifestyle Network
Tuesday, 6 June 2000
Natural History Museum
Do Readers believe what the Editors want them to?