When tax rises switch from being theoretical to real, it’s common for public opinion to shift. But this in YouGov’s latest poll is … … Read the full post »
Read my posts about internet polling firm YouGov, which is a member of the British Polling Council (BPC).
The firm was founded in 2000 and pioneered online political polling in the UK. To see how YouGov’s poll results compare with those from other pollsters, see Pollbase.
New polling of Labour Party members shows 83% believe the party should support changing the UK’s electoral system to proportional representation. … Read the full post »
Why didn’t the Conservatives appear to take that much of an electoral hit last week from the run of recent sleaze stories? Polling analysis newly released by YouGov gives some strong clues. … Read the full post »
Two important factors are being neglected in the instant political analysis of the Conservative victory in the Hartlepool by-election. … Read the full post »
New polling from YouGov shows strong public support for removing the remaining hereditary peers from the House of Lords. … Read the full post »
Just under one in five people (17%) say they will either feel fairly or very unsafe about voting in person in this May’s elections. … Read the full post »
A new poll by YouGov/HSBC has found that 42% of British exporters said the exit from the single market and customs union has had a “negative impact” on their business. … Read the full post »
It’s one of many pieces of commonly used political jargon that most of the public has either not heard or or isn’t sure what it means. … Read the full post »
Data from YouGov’s political trackers shows there is currently greater support in the public for proportional representation (42%) than for the current electoral mechanism (33%). … Read the full post »
Interesting polling results from Redfield & Wilton, showing how wary the British public is of the US compared to other countries. … Read the full post »