Here are the latest general election voting intention figures from each of the polling firms currently running national surveys. … Read the full post »
Read my posts about internet polling firm YouGov, including on the question of whether its results are biased.
YouGov is a member of the British Polling Council (BPC), the polling industry’s self-regulation body, and was founded in 2000.
It pioneered online political polling in the UK. To see how YouGov’s poll results compare with those from other pollsters, see this analysis.
For more on political polling, sign up for my weekly round-up of political poling news, The Week in Polls and you can see all the latest national voting intention polls here.
YouGov asked people, “To what extent, if at all, do you prioritise having fun in your day‑to-day life?” Here are the results, broken down by political affiliation. … Read the full post »
YouGov asking, “If Labour were to win the next election, what impact, if any, do you think this would have on the day to day lives of each of the following groups over the next few years?” … Read the full post »
Handily, two different pollsters have new data out following the court ruling that the government’s Rwanda deportations policy is illegal. … Read the full post »
YouGov polling claims 15% of people are saying it is not acceptable to drink a cup of tea during even an informal work meeting. … Read the full post »
A good rule of thumb is that the more involved you are in politics, the more you over-estimate how much everyone else knows about politics. … Read the full post »
See how badly Leave voters think the run of Conservative governments compares with (pro-European, pro-immigration) New Labour governments. … Read the full post »
As I’ve commented on before, there’s an odd and unhelpful difference between what gets said about trans rights and what the public actually thinks. … Read the full post »
We now have MRP polling from YouGov for a selection of the local councils which are up for election this May. … Read the full post »
More evidence of how the long-term trend in British society continues to be one of our country becoming more liberal. … Read the full post »