Articles by Peter Kellner
Brits may grumble about the EU, but if there were a referendum on membership, we would probably choose to stay
In an open letter to the SNP leader, pollster Peter Kellner underlines the lack of Scottish support for independence
Britain’s leading pollster has a bleak prognosis, but a former Lib Dem leader explains his change of heart
From the archive: Poll reveals that 75 per cent of Britons want to change the male rule of succession—but young people are most against it. Why?
In the wake of the Sky Sports sexism row, YouGov investigates just how far we associate certain occupations with men or women
Voters think our politics is far more polarised than it was during last year’s election
What would have happened had 2011's voting reforms applied to the 2010 general election?
New research shows that the Republicans, Tea party and Fox News have not persuaded more Americans to support right-wing views
The political battles of the 21st century will be fought over values, not social status