Polling Matters

And they’re off! General Election 2019 kicks off – Polling Matters

Posted in Politics, Polling Matters on October 30th, 2019 by Leo – Be the first to comment

And they’re off! General Election 2019 kicks off.

Keiran and I look at the numbers as a December 12th election is announced. Who is best placed? What is the path to victory for each party and what should we look out for in the coming weeks?

What happens now? Polling Matters

Posted in Politics, Polling Matters on September 8th, 2019 by Leo – Be the first to comment

After the most chaotic week in Westminster since the last one, Keiran and I sit down and discuss how it is all playing out in the court of public opinion and where we go from here.


Boris Johnson is the new Prime Minister…what now? – Polling Matters

Posted in Polling Matters on July 25th, 2019 by Leo – Comments Off on Boris Johnson is the new Prime Minister…what now? – Polling Matters

On this week’s podcast, Keiran and I look back at a momentous week in British politics and discuss what comes next.


Is Boris Johnson now inevitable and is he a vote winner? – Polling Matters

Posted in Polling Matters on June 13th, 2019 by Leo – Comments Off on Is Boris Johnson now inevitable and is he a vote winner? – Polling Matters

Keiran Pedley and I look at the numbers and ask whether Boris Johnson is now a shoe-in to become Britain’s next Prime Minister and also whether he is the vote winner that some say he is.

Polling round-up. Euros, wacky polls, Tory leadership and Peterborough – Polling Matters

Posted in Polling Matters on June 6th, 2019 by Leo – Comments Off on Polling round-up. Euros, wacky polls, Tory leadership and Peterborough – Polling Matters

On this week’s Polling Matters podcast, Keiran and I take a look at the numbers on a host of recent political events.


Looking back at the Local Elections and looking ahead to the Europeans – Polling Matters

Posted in Polling Matters on May 9th, 2019 by Leo – Comments Off on Looking back at the Local Elections and looking ahead to the Europeans – Polling Matters

The Polling Matters podcast returns! Keiran and I look back at the local election results and look at what the EU election polling tells us about what is to come.


What’s going to happen in the European elections? Polling Matters

Posted in Politics, Polling Matters on April 11th, 2019 by Leo – Comments Off on What’s going to happen in the European elections? Polling Matters

On this week’s podcast, Keiran Pedley and I look in detail at the prospects for EU parliamentary elections in the UK now that Brexit has been delayed up to a further 6 months.

 

 

What’s going on and what do the public think? Polling Matters

Posted in Politics, Polling Matters on March 21st, 2019 by Leo – Comments Off on What’s going on and what do the public think? Polling Matters

After a breathtaking week, Keiran Pedley and I sit down and look at the numbers. What do the public think about how Brexit is going, the prospect of no deal and where we go from here? Plus, if a General Election comes, who stands the best chance of winning?

 

How popular is The Independent Group? Polling Matters

Posted in Politics, Polling Matters, Uncategorized on February 21st, 2019 by Leo – Comments Off on How popular is The Independent Group? Polling Matters

The Polling Matters podcast returns, with Keiran Pedley (now of Ipsos MORI) and me discussing the latest polling on The Independent Group. Just how popular are they with the public?

 

Is a no deal Brexit now the most popular outcome with the public? Polling Matters

Posted in Politics, Polling Matters, Uncategorized on January 23rd, 2019 by Leo – Comments Off on Is a no deal Brexit now the most popular outcome with the public? Polling Matters

On this week’s podcast, Keiran Pedley and I look at polling around a no-deal Brexit to see if commentators suggesting that it is the most popular outcome with the public are right.

Also covered on this week’s show is a new report by UK in a Changing Europe, which covers a host of topics on Brexit including support for a second referendum and how Brexit identity appears to be trumping party identity.