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Ipsos MORI: Where the Nation Stands on Public Services Reform

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To accompany our Social Research Institute Summer Review, Ipsos MORI partnered with the Design Lab to produce a slideshow of Infographics summarising how the nation feels about public service reform.

To accompany our Social Research Institute Summer Review, Ipsos MORI partnered with the Design Lab to produce a slideshow of Infographics summarising how the nation feels about public service reform.


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  • Cool use of inforgraphics.

    Made it easy to understand complex subject matter :)
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  • The” content” on slide 4, lets chat about it.



    Sure the government has” done too much” but not by how it’s written. Instead the gov’t has done too much by allowing jobs to go overseas; which puts many Americans out of work while it exploits people in foreign countries (due to low pay and poor working conditions)



    “People should take responsibility of their own lives” Most people do, the few that don’t are unable to. A large category of people attend college yet graduate and are unable to find work. Is it fair to categorize these people as irresponsible just because they may temporarily need gov't assistance? Thanks for your thought provoking content :)
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  • 1. © Ipsos MORI
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  • 9. Infographics At the Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute, we believe that data does not have to be dull. Visual representations help people to better understand data and, ultimately, draw better conclusions. The Infographics in this presentation, designed for Ipsos MORI by the Design Laboratory, neatly provides an overview of attitudes to the UK’s public services and the principles that underpin them. If you would like more information on how we bring our data to life, please contact chloe.forbes@ipsos.com. About the Design Laboratory The Design Laboratory are a design studio that delivers media, graphics, fashion and product consultancy for a wide range of UK and international clients. They employ the best emerging talents in design, communication, fashion and film from the University of the Arts London, overseen by experienced creative managers. Based at Central Saint Martins in London, their unique approach allows clients to benefit from the freshest innovative, imaginative thinking and provide talented graduates with the opportunity to start their careers on exciting projects. Technical Note Ipsos MORI interview 1,016 British Adults ages 18+ by telephone, 9-11 June 2012. Data are weighted to match the profile of the population. Figures for ideal society are re-percentaged to exclude don’t knows.© Ipsos MORI