Articles by Peter Kellner
The political battles of the 21st century will be fought over values, not social status
As the party conference season gets under way, how much will we believe of what politicians and commentators say? Not a lot, according to new YouGov research for Prospect. It will come as little...
Electoral reform won’t just change the way we choose MPs, but the way we do politics
Who will really win the election for Cameron? Backed by exclusive research for Prospect, here are the seven things you need to know
Should there be a referendum on changing Britain’s voting system? Alan Johnson and others have mooted such a vote. Last weekend a report in the Observer said that "cabinet sources" were floating...
Direct democracy is back in fashion, seen as a way of restoring trust in politics. But more referendums, and even votes to sack MPs, are a bad idea—just look at what has happened in California
A new book argues that politics has made American communities more divided than ever. It's right in parts, but for the wrong reasons
Peter Kellner examines the reasons why the pollsters so badly underestimated the Tory vote in the 1992 election and asks whether it could happen again.