This report presents findings from the 2011 Young People Omnibus Survey of secondary school pupils, carried out by the Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute on behalf of the National Lottery Commission. The overall aim of this research study was to explore children’s gambling behaviours, specifically amongst those aged 11-15 who are not legally entitled to buy National Lottery tickets. In addition, where previous data could be drawn upon, the study looked to analyse gambling behaviour trends over time.
Switching to an alternative survey method to assess crime levels in Scotland during the COVID-19 pandemic
Emily Gray and Chris Martin of Ipsos MORI Scotland explain the alternative methodological approach we took so that evidence to inform crime and justice decision-making in Scotland could still be collected during the pandemic.