Ipsos MORI conducted a survey of the UK public aged 18 or over conducted on behalf of the Wellcome Trust. The Wellcome Trust Monitor is designed to measure the public’s awareness, interests, knowledge and attitudes in relation to science, and in particular, biomedical research. The Wellcome Trust Monitor is conducted every three years in order to measure long-term trends in public attitudes and behaviours. The first (baseline) wave was conducted in 2009 by the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen), and the second in 2012 by Ipsos MORI.
Interviews were achieved with 1,524 adults, face-to-face, using computer-assisted personal interviewing (CAPI), between 2 June and 1 November 2015. Interviews took 45 minutes on average. The response rate was 51.4 per cent1 . Data have been weighted to adjust for differing probabilities of selection, and to adjust the sample to match the UK population by age within gender, and by region.
Evaluating Making Tax Digital’s impact on record-keeping behaviour and scope for error among small businesses
Ipsos MORI was commissioned by HMRC to undertake qualitative research with small businesses to understand the impact that Making Tax Digital has had on their record-keeping behaviour and scope for error when preparing VAT submissions.
Families’ and childcare providers’ perceptions of the impact of Tax-Free Childcare
Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) commissioned Ipsos MORI to undertake qualitative research with parents and childcare providers across the UK to explore the impact of two government childcare initiatives: Tax-Free Childcare (TFC) and funded hours.