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Ipsos MORI multi-client biannual survey of MPs

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Ipsos MORI’s multi-client biannual survey of MPs looking at some of the important issues facing Britain today, including Brexit, affordable housing and healthcare. The results were shared with Sense About Science and the attendees of Evidence Week between 25th - 26th June 2019.

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Ipsos MORI multi-client biannual survey of MPs

  1. 1. Ipsos MORI Key Influencer Tracking | Members of Parliament | Winter 2018 | Version 1 | Internal and Client Use Only © 2016 Ipsos. All rights reserved. Contains Ipsos' Confidential and Proprietary information and may not be disclosed or reproduced without the prior written consent of Ipsos. 1 Report prepared for Highways England Survey of Members of Parliament Ipsos MORI Key Influencer Tracking Winter 2018 Background questions shared during Evidence Week MPs Survey Winter 2018 Ipsos MORI syndicated stakeholder surveys 26 July 2019
  2. 2. 2Ipsos MORI Key Influencer Tracking | Members of Parliament | Winter 2018 | Version 1 | Internal and Client Use Only Methodology & composition of sample (winter 2018*) 15 15 7 35 35 43 16 16 10 25 29 6 6 6 4 4 3 Conservative Minister Conservative Backbencher Labour Shadow Minister Labour Backbencher SNP Other 35 Structure of the House (%) Weighted Sample (%) Unweighted Sample (%) Sample 400 MPs contacted 122 MPs interviews Circa 100 MPs answered each section of questions Quotas and weighting used so results reflect the House by ministerial status within political party. Fieldwork dates 8th November – 19th December 2018 Face to face interviews with MPs. Across those interviewed this winter (before versioning applied) 65% were interviewed in Summer 2018, and 61% were interviewed in Winter 2017. * Most of the results in this deck come from the winter 2018 survey. There are some questions from the summer 2018 survey which are clearly marked – the methodology and sample profile for that summer survey closely resemble those of the winter survey.
  3. 3. 3Ipsos MORI Key Influencer Tracking | Members of Parliament | Winter 2018 | Version 1 | Internal and Client Use Only Issues facing Britain 100 43 25 12 15 15 3 8 7 10 15 8 12 7 8 96 40 24 12 12 6 22 10 12 10 4 6 6 8 8 EU / Europe / Brexit (negotiations / the deal we strike) Economy / economic situation / economic growth National Health Service / NHS / hospitals / healthcare Pollution / environment / climate change / emissions Housing Potential for service cuts / future of public services /… Poverty / inequality Social services / social care Low pay / minimum wage / fair wages Need to invest in skills / training Employment / job security / jobs in general Education / schools National security / foreign affairs / international terrorism… Manufacturing / industry / productivity Public services in general % CON % LAB What do you think are the most important issues facing Britain today? Ipsos MORI Survey of Members of Parliament, Winter 2018Base: All MPs (98), All Conservative MPs (48), All Labour MPs (40) S10 W10 S11 W11 S12 W12 S13 W13 S14 W14 S15 W15 S16 W16 S17 W17 S18 W18 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 % All MPs % Top mentions98 38 24 13 12 11 11 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 7 EU / Brexit Economy NHS Housing Pollution/ environment/ climate change/ emissions
  4. 4. 4Ipsos MORI Key Influencer Tracking | Members of Parliament | Winter 2018 | Version 1 | Internal and Client Use Only Issues facing local constituencies 57 32 32 24 22 2 21 12 18 24 12 7 7 0 53 37 22 29 26 38 22 24 14 4 9 13 13 20 EU / Europe / future of the union referendum on Europe Housing / lack of suitable / affordable houses Public transport / transport infrastucture / links Employment / unemployment / lack of work / job security Healthcare / NHS / access to / availability of healthcare Welfare / welfare reform / benefits Education / schools / school places Public services / public service reform / cuts to funding services Crime / anti social behaviour / drugs / alcohol Economy / economic situation / recovery / growth Social care / access to / availability of social care / social services Wages / salaries / pay cuts / pay freezes Skills / training Poverty / inequality / gap between have and have nots % CON % LAB What do you think are the most important issues facing your local constituency today? Ipsos MORI Survey of Members of Parliament, Winter 2018Base: All MPs (93), All Conservative MPs (47), All Labour MPs (37,), Scotland (8), North (26), Midlands (17), South (34), Wales (8) % All MPs 55 33 27 27 24 23 22 18 15 14 11 10 9 8 Scotland: Employment/Unemployment (48%) EU (41%) Transport (37%) CAUTION: SMALL BASE SIZE (8) North: EU (57%) Public transport (39%) Employment/Unemployment (39%) Midlands: Healthcare (54%) EU (40%) Housing (37%) CAUTION: SMALL BASE SIZE (17) South: EU (55%) Housing (52%) Education (27%) Wales: EU (81%) Welfare (53%) Employment/unemployment (52%) CAUTION: SMALL BASE SIZE (8) % Change from W15 +53 +2 -4 -4 -2 +12 +2 -5 +13 -22 n/a -4 +3 -2
  5. 5. 5Ipsos MORI Key Influencer Tracking | Members of Parliament | Winter 2018 | Version 1 | Internal and Client Use Only Postbag (all MPs) – summer 2018 Which of the subjects of the list, if any do you receive the most letters in your postbag, or receive most approaches about from individuals in clinics or other ways? Ipsos MORI Survey of Members of Parliament, Summer 2018Base: All MPs (97) All MPs | % mentioning (top mentions) 67 65 65 54 50 41 36 34 31 28 28 27 Health Service EU membership/referendum Housing Benefits Asylum/Immigration/ refugees Education/schools Crime/Law & order Rail services Child Support/Child Support Agency Environment/pollution Social security Care of the elderly 26 26 25 21 18 18 17 15 15 14 13 11 Animal Research/ Experimentation Public transport Tax Credits Council Tax Islamic State/ Syria/Middle East Pensions Famine/overseas aid Homelessness/begging Hunting with dogs/fox hunting Climate change/Global warming Debt/consumer debt Countryside/rural issues
  6. 6. 6Ipsos MORI Key Influencer Tracking | Members of Parliament | Winter 2018 | Version 1 | Internal and Client Use Only Postbag (trends, all MPs) – summer 2018 Which of the subjects of the list, if any do you receive the most letters in your postbag, or receive most approaches about from individuals in clinics or other ways? Ipsos MORI Survey of Members of Parliament, Summer 2018Base: All MPs (circa 100 each wave) All MPs | % mentioning (top mentions) 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 %AllMPs Health Service Housing EU issues/membership/referendum Benefits Asylum/Immigration/ refugees Crime/Law & order Environment/pollution Results collected during the summer and/or winter waves each year. Where there were two waves in a single year, an average across the two waves has been calculated
  7. 7. 7Ipsos MORI Key Influencer Tracking | Members of Parliament | Winter 2018 | Version 1 | Internal and Client Use Only Social Media Use – Twitter & Facebook How often do you personally access the following social media sites to get information related to your work as an MP? 61 54 70 41 29 48 10 5 10 10 11 8 6 13 8 16 2 2 4 7 10 6 2 2 2 2 3 3 2 6 15 24 8 22 25 22 5 2 8 5 2 8 Daily More than once a week Once every 1-2 weeks Once a month Once every 3-6 months Once a year Less often Never Don't know At least once a month (%) 79 74 84 66 67 62 Base: All MPs (98), Conservative MPs (49), Labour MPs (40) asked, Ipsos MORI Survey of Members of Parliament, Winter 2018 Twitter Facebook
  8. 8. 8Ipsos MORI Key Influencer Tracking | Members of Parliament | Winter 2018 | Version 1 | Internal and Client Use Only Social Media following – summer 2018 Which, if any, of the following do you find useful to follow on social media? Base: All MPs (101), Conservative MPs (50), Labour MPs (41) asked, Ipsos MORI Survey of Members of Parliament, Summer 2018 All MPs Conservatives Labour 72 42 26 26 19 14 10 19 3 Other MPs NGOs and academics Consumer groups Industry associations Media covering the consumer industry Civil servants or regulators Peers from the House of Lords None of the above Don't know 63 25 17 16 10 15 6 27 5 Other MPs NGOs and academics Consumer groups Industry associations Media covering the consumer industry Civil servants or regulators Peers from the House of Lords None of the above Don't know 78 59 35 41 28 11 16 13 2 Other MPs NGOs and academics Consumer groups Industry associations Media covering the consumer industry Civil servants or regulators Peers from the House of Lords None of the above Don't know
  9. 9. 9Ipsos MORI Key Influencer Tracking | Members of Parliament | Winter 2018 | Version 1 | Internal and Client Use Only Ipsos MORI Survey of Members of Parliament, Winter 2018: Base: All MPs asked (87), All Conservative MPs (46), All Labour MPs (34) Ipsos MORI Survey of Business & Financial Journalists, Winter 2018: Base: All Business Journalists asked (87), All specialist insurance writers (45) MPs’ familiarity with self-drive cars is lower than among journalists Q. On the whole, how familiar do you feel with the latest developments and issues related to self-driving cars? 8 24 50 17 % Know very well % Know a fair amount % Know a little % Have heard of it, but know nothing about it % Not heard of selfdriving cars 9 46 39 6 33% of MPs are familiar 55% of Business Journalists are familiar 10 28 45 17 7 19 62 12 7 49 40 4 Insurance Journalists
  10. 10. 10Ipsos MORI Key Influencer Tracking | Members of Parliament | Winter 2018 | Version 1 | Internal and Client Use Only Ipsos MORI Survey of Members of Parliament, Winter 2018: Base: All MPs asked (87), All Conservative MPs (46), All Labour MPs (34) MPs are most open to dialogue with car manufacturers on self-drive cars Q. As an MP, which of the following should engage more or send more information to you regarding self-driving cars? 66 55 38 34 21 86 64 50 38 2 Car manufacturers Tech companies/experts involved in developing CAV software Insurance industry Motoring agencies None of these / DK Conservatives (%) Labour (%) 74 59 43 36 14 All MPs (%)
  11. 11. 11Ipsos MORI Key Influencer Tracking | Members of Parliament | Winter 2018 | Version 1 | Internal and Client Use Only Ipsos MORI Survey of Members of Parliament, Winter 2018: Base: All MPs asked (87), All Conservative MPs (46), All Labour MPs (34) Safety is MPs’ top concern with self-drive cars, determining liability in top 3 Q. Which two or three of these areas of self-driving cars are you most concerned about, if any? 47 46 38 40 26 24 7 5 7 2 9 74 45 40 24 38 19 16 7 0 7 0 Safety Willingness of the public to accept selfdriving cars Determining liability in an accident Cybersecurity/hacking Infrastructure Data security/sharing data Job losses Readiness of the police/ criminal justice Congestion Impact on environment None of these Conservatives (%) Labour (%) 58 46 41 33 30 21 12 9 5 4 4 All MPs (%) Q. What sort of reassurances would you need to ease your concerns with regards to ‘determining liability in an accident’ and self-driving cars? (top mentions, spontaneous) 33 31 31 22 20 18 18 16 Establishing responsibilities of drivers / the public Establishing responsibilities of govt / law makers Clear/full communication/info Establishing responsibilities of software companies/progammers Establishing responsibilities of automobile industry Establishing responsibilities of insurance companies Technology - provision of evidence to establish responsibility Establishing who is responsible in an accident
  12. 12. 12Ipsos MORI Key Influencer Tracking | Members of Parliament | Winter 2018 | Version 1 | Internal and Client Use Only Ipsos MORI Survey of Members of Parliament, Winter 2018: Base: All MPs asked (87), All Conservative MPs (46), All Labour MPs (34) Manufacturers and insurers seen to be most ready for self-drive cars Q. The Society of Automotive Engineers of China recently stated they expect that cars capable of driving themselves in all, or nearly all, situations will be on the market in the next three to seven years (2021-2025). Do you believe the UK will be ready for self-driving cars by 2021-2025 in terms of the following aspects? 53 60 43 50 57 38 30 36 26 26 33 19 14 19 7 12 12 12 % saying Very or Fairly Ready All MPs Conservatives Labour 6 9 7 1 2 47 41 23 26 13 10 28 35 40 41 45 34 18 14 29 32 40 53 1 1 1 1 1 1 Car manufacturers Insurance industry Legislation and regulation Police and criminal justice system General public’s acceptance of self-drive cars Infrastructure on the roads % Very ready % Fairly ready % Not very ready % Not at all ready % Don't know
  13. 13. 13Ipsos MORI Key Influencer Tracking | Members of Parliament | Winter 2018 | Version 1 | Internal and Client Use Only Key players in developing an ethical framework for AI Who should be involved in the development of an ethical framework for the development and usage of artificial intelligence (AI)? Ipsos MORI Survey of Members of Parliament, Winter 2018Base: All MPs (83), Conservative MPs (46), Labour MPs (30) All MPs (%) 88 80 66 56 53 42 39 35 30 3 Politicians Tech professionals The general public Think tanks Business leaders The NHS Ofcom Religious organisations The media Don't know 86 80 68 52 60 41 43 41 37 5 92 78 72 61 45 50 36 28 25 0 Politicians Tech professionals The general public Think tanks Business leaders The NHS Ofcom Religious organisations The media Don't know Conservatives (%) Labour (%)
  14. 14. 14Ipsos MORI Key Influencer Tracking | Members of Parliament | Winter 2018 | Version 1 | Internal and Client Use Only FURTHER INFORMATION For more information please contact: Guto Malgwyn Hunkin (Associate Director) 020 7347 3339 07827 883 678 guto.hunkin@ipsos.com Ipsos MORI 3 Thomas More Square London E1W 1YW t: +44 (0)20 7347 3000 www.ipsos-mori.com/ About Ipsos MORI Reputation Centre The Ipsos MORI Reputation Centre was established with a simple aim: to help companies build more resilient reputations through stronger relationships with the people who matter most to them. Our approach is based on the understanding that research needs to be a catalyst for positive change – providing clear and practical advice that feeds directly into the stakeholder communications process. The Key Influencer Tracking programme is a suite of multi-client studies that examine the attitudes and opinions of a range of elite, opinion forming stakeholder audiences. The first of these surveys was set up over 40 years ago and the programme has gone from strength to strength ever since. Further details can be found at www.ipsos.com/ipsos-mori/en-uk/key-influencer-tracking
  15. 15. 15Ipsos MORI Key Influencer Tracking | Members of Parliament | Winter 2018 | Version 1 | Internal and Client Use Only Ipsos MORI’s standards and accreditations. Ipsos MORI’s standards and accreditations provide our clients with the peace of mind that they can always depend on us to deliver reliable, sustainable findings. Our focus on quality and continuous improvement means we have embedded a ‘right first time’ approach throughout our organisation. The international market research specific standard that supersedes BS 7911 / MRQSA & incorporates IQCS (Interviewer Quality Control Scheme); it covers the 5 stages of a Market Research project. Ipsos MORI was the first company in the world to gain this accreditation. This work was carried out in accordance with the requirements of the international quality standard for market research, ISO 20252:2012 and with the Ipsos MORI Terms and Conditions. By being an MRS Company Partner, Ipsos MORI endorse and support the core MRS brand values of professionalism, research excellence and business effectiveness, and commit to comply with the MRS Code of Conduct throughout the organisation. International general company standard with a focus on continual improvement through quality management systems. In 1994 we became one of the early adopters of the ISO 9001 business standard. International standard for information security designed to ensure the selection of adequate and proportionate security controls. Ipsos MORI was the first research company in the UK to be awarded this in August 2008. Ipsos MORI is required to comply with the Data Protection Act; it covers the processing of personal data and the protection of privacy ISO 20252:2012 MRS Company Partnership ISO 9001:2008 ISO 27001:2005 Data Protection Act

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