Articles by Peter Kellner
Peter Kellner / September 8, 2014
An independent Scotland might be helpless to resist decisions made in Westminster about its fate
Peter Kellner / September 4, 2014
After the radical changes of the past eleven weeks, there is everything still to play for
Peter Kellner / August 29, 2014
"Carswell’s almost certain by-election triumph could trigger a chain of events which leads to Ed Miliband becoming Prime Minister"
Peter Kellner / August 22, 2014
The issues that matter most to voters' intimate lives are different to those they care about on a national level
Peter Kellner / August 20, 2014
Will it be a Labour-Conservative dead heat?
It is rare to see such a clear gender split on a political issue
Most Scots have made up their minds how they will vote in September, and they are heavily polarised
Peter Kellner / August 1, 2014
New YouGov research shows both party leaders remaining firmly within their comfort zone rather than reaching for the swing vote
Getting international issues right is vital to the lives of voters here in Britain. Politicians must lead a grown-up conversation in which they say so
Peter Kellner / July 18, 2014
Michael Gove lost his job partly due to his unpopularity with voters, but was David Cameron right to be swayed by public opinion?