Articles by John Curtice
John Curtice / February 21, 2018
Is there a swing to Remain? Could there be a second referendum? And if so, how would it go?
John Curtice / December 18, 2017
“Left” and “right” have been replaced. What does it mean for the two main parties? A top psephologist explains the new voting divides
Where the party has lost voters, they were turned off by its pro-European stance—not its support for a second independence referendum
John Curtice / September 4, 2017
A bold constitutional vision is key
The public have little appetite for a second independence referendum—and it's not clear Brexit will change that (yet)
John Curtice / June 10, 2017
Once again, Scotland did things differently—with worrying results for the SNP
The local elections affirmed the Conservatives’ new found position as Scotland’s second party—and they will likely claim some SNP scalps on 8th June
Will Brexit work as a recruiting sergeant to the cause of independence?
John Curtice / March 10, 2017
Ross McKibbin goes too far