Ipsos MORI



Three in four people believe more attention should be paid to homelessness, report finds

Almost nine in ten people think that homelessness is a serious problem and nearly three-quarters of the public believe that not enough attention is given to the issue in the UK, newly published research by Ipsos MORI has found.

Published 30 April 2021

Ipsos MORI seeks landlords’ views on Universal Credit Scottish Choices

Independent research agency Ipsos MORI is conducting research on behalf of the Scottish Government on the Universal Credit Scottish Choices scheme, which includes an option for tenants on Universal Credit to choose to have their housing cost element paid directly to their landlord.

Published 29 June 2020