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Ipsos MORI will publish an occasional series of podcasts to showcase the latest innovations in market research and insights.
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On the latest Ipsos MORI elections podcast, Keiran Pedley is joined by Anand Menon, Director of the think tank UK in a Changing Europe. They look forward to the last week of campaigning - and what might happen after the election. Guest: @anandMenon1 Host: @keiranpedley
On the latest Ipsos MORI elections podcast, Keiran Pedley is joined by Emily Gray, Managing Director of Ipsos MORI Scotland and Mure Dickie, Scotland Correspondent for the Financial Times, to discuss the state of play in Scotland ahead of the coming General Election and what the polls say about the prospect for another Independence referendum (and who would win). Guests: @Emily_IpsosMORI @MureDickie Host: @keiranpedley
In episode 4 of the Ipsos MORI General Election podcast, Keiran Pedley is joined by Asa Bennett from The Telegraph, author of the book Romanifesto, to discuss how Boris Johnson is doing on the campaign trail and how nervous the Conservatives should be with two weeks to go of the 2019 General Election campaign. Follow on Twitter: Host: @keiranpedley Guest: @asabenn
It's Episode 3 of the Ipsos MORI Election Podcast, and Keiran Pedley is joined by John Burn-Murdoch, senior data visualisation journalist of the Financial Times and Paula Surridge, Political Sociologist at University of Bristol. Follow on Twitter: Host: @keiranpedley Guests: @jburnmurdoch @p_surridge
It's Episode 2 of the Ipsos MORI Election Podcast, and Keiran Pedley is joined by Dan Sabbagh election psephologist for The Guardian and Tom Rowley who writes about Britain for The Economist. Follow on Twitter: Host: @keiranpedley Guests: @dansabbagh @tomjrowley
On the first ever episode of the Ipsos MORI elections podcast, Keiran Pedley is joined by Katy Balls of The Spectator and Ryan Shorthouse of the independent conservative think tank Bright Blue. The crew discuss what’s happened in the first week of the  2019 General Election campaign, including the potential impact of the Brexit Party’s decision not to stand in Conservative-held seats. Elsewhere in the show, Keiran introduces some Ipsos MORI polling on the key issues on voters’ minds heading into the election, whilst Katy and Ryan discuss how nervous the Conservatives should be about their prospects of staying in office and what to look out for in the upcoming debates (and elsewhere on the campaign trail). Follow on Twitter: Host: @keiranpedley Guests: @katyballs @RyanShorthouse  
This month's Ipsos MORI research highlights includes first views of Boris Johnson who begins his term as Prime Minister as satisfaction with the government hits a historic low. Elsewhere, we explore public attitudes to a no deal Brexit; and there is contnued concern about the NHS. We also have new research into the impact parental leave has on a person's job; and how video research can get you closer to real consumer-led insights. Read more: https://www.ipsos.com/ipsos-mori/en-uk/
This month's highlights include the government receiving the worst public satisfaction ratings for any government since John Major. And in a major new study for International Women's Day, we find that half of Brits think there are more advantages to being a man than a woman.
Welcome to our review of 2019 so far. It's been a tough start for Theresa May as confidence to get a good deal continues to fall, we take a closer look at perennials and seven in ten expect the government to delay Brexit. Read our full report.
Welcome to our CEO Ben Page's final review of 2018. Theresa May gets a reprieve but the public don’t like her EU withdrawal deal and we find a group of people less trusted than estate agents and politicians! Read more: https://www.ipsos.com/ipsos-mori/en-uk/ipsos-mori-research-highlights-december-2018
Ben Page, Chief Executive of Ipsos MORI introduces our Research Highlights for October 2018. This month saw a further fall in confidence in Theresa May, more concern about Brexit (only 29% think we'll get a deal), and support for more public spending and tax cuts in the Budget.
Ipsos MORI's Research Highlights for September 2018 includes a continued lack of confidence in party leaders, our reactions to fake news, the launch of Perils of Perception and across the world many still believe the system is rigged against them. Introduced by Ben Page, Ipsos MORI Chief Executive.
Ipsos MORI's Research Highlights for August 2018 includes young people's attitudes to immigration in Scotland, the results of the GP Patient Survey and people in Italy are most wrong on key facts about their society.
In this Ipsos MORI podcast, Ellie Brooke and Pippa Bailey of Ipsos MORI explore our audience research project with the Royal Shakespeare Company to monitor emotional response to Titus Andronicus on stage and on screen.
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