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Talkin' 'bout my generation: stark age divide in UK election

Britons are politically more divided by age than at any time over the past four decades, with a surge in support for the opposition Labour Party among younger voters the key factor in a shock election..
DNA Also reported by •Reuters India

UK PM May's lead over Labour shrinks to 5 points - Ipsos MORI poll

British Prime Minister Theresa May's lead over the opposition Labour party has shrunk to five points from 15 points just over two weeks ago, an opinion poll from Ipsos MORI showed on Friday.

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News video: Decision day as UK votes in general election

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Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May faces the verdict of voters on Thursday as the country goes to the polls in a snap general election she called seven weeks ago. The premier voted with husband..
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News video: Ipsos Mori CEO Says U.K. Polls Showing Race Has Tightened

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Jun.07 -- Ben Page, chief executive officer at Ipsos Mori, discusses what the latest U.K. polls are saying about the election, where the candidates are campaigning and the youth vote. He speaks on..
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British PM May's Conservatives up 6 pct points on 49 pct, matching Thatcher's 1983 lead - Ipsos MORI

British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party has increased its lead over the opposition Labour Party and now has 49 percent support ahead of a June 8 election, a lead equivalent to that held..

Migration fears ebb since Brexit vote, giving PM May breathing space | Reuters

By Elizabeth Piper | PRESTATYN, Wales PRESTATYN, Wales When farmers, business leaders and politicians met in north Wales to discuss what Brexit meant for their community, there was barely any mention..

Poll shows most Europeans sympathise with Syrian refugees

The Ipsos MORI survey also showed that less than a third of the roughly 12,000 people polled across EU countries believe refugees are a risk to national security despite a number of recent attacks..

21% of working Indians have not started saving for retirement: Survey

Even as financial security after retirement is valued more, a report revealed that 47% of working people in India have not started saving for their future or have stopped or faced difficulties while..

Sterling, stocks in free fall as UK on brink of Brexit

*Carnage came to world markets on Friday as early voting returns suggested Britain was on the brink of leaving the European Union, threatening the existence of the entire bloc and its single..
Deccan Herald

Remain or Leave: Results could go down to the wire

London, June 24: As polling in Britain on whether to Remain or Leave the European Union nears the end, surveys show that the results could still go either way.An Ipsos MORI survey shows 52 per cent..

Polls close in UK referendum, UKIP leader sees Remain victory

*Polling closed in Britains bitterly fought referendum on whether to quit the European Union on Thursday, with a prominent Leave campaigner saying he expected to lose and an early survey suggesting..
Deccan Herald

Britain votes on EU referendum

*Britons voted on whether to quit the European Union in a bitterly-contested referendum on Thursday that polarised the nation and could change the face of Europe.*Financial markets, on edge for weeks..
Deccan Herald

Brexit: Britain votes on EU membership after bitter campaign

Britons were voting on Thursday on whether to stay in the European Union in a referendum that has split the nation and is being nervously watched by financial markets and politicians across the..

Remain 52 pct, Leave 48 pct - Ipsos MORI poll on UK's EU referendum

LONDON (Reuters) - A poll by Ipsos MORI suggested 52 percent of British voters would opt to remain in the European Union and 48 percent would vote to leave in a referendum being held on Thursday.
Reuters India

Campaign to keep UK in EU takes 18-percentage point lead – Ipsos MORI poll | Reuters

LONDON The campaign to keep Britain in the European Union has taken an 18 percentage point lead over the "Out" campaign ahead of a June 23 referendum, its widest in three months, a telephone opinion..
Firstpost Also reported by •DNA

Ipsos-Mori reports biggest poll lead for "Remain" in 3 months - Evening Standard

LONDON (Reuters) - Support for Britain to stay in the European Union has risen to its highest in three months, London's Evening Standard newspaper said on Wednesday after commissioning a poll from..
Reuters India

PM Cameron urges London Mayor Boris not to join EU leave campaign

Prime Minister David Cameron urged rival Boris Johnson on Sunday not to join the campaign for a British exit from the European Union as the London mayor kept Britain guessing over a decision that could..

The Perils of Perception quiz reveals how much you know about your nation

the perils of perception quiz reveals how much you know about your nation
The quiz, created by Ipsos Mori, tested people from 28 nations including the UK, US, Australia, India and Mexico. Mexico topped this year's Index of Ignorance (pictured)
MailOnline India

India is second most ignorant nation of the world: survey

The survey conducted by Ipsos MORI, a London-based market research firm, polled 25,000 people from 33 countries and found that a lot of major issues are underestimated.
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