Latest findings in Commentary

Stephan Shakespeare looks at the politics of anti-war sentiment Overwhelmingly, the British public thinks that Britain's military intervention in Afghanistan has not been worthwhile (by 49 per cent to 29 per cent). By an even stronger majority, they think it is right that we have now withdrawn (75 per cent ...
Read more...

British attitudes to military action are changing again. Despite an obvious aversion to sending the regulars, many now support action in both Iraq and Syria, including airstrikes and some limited involvement on the ground with special forces and military advisors. A majority also now believe, in principle, that deploying forces overseas should ...
Read more...

YouGov has conducted research that explores public attitudes to business and business leaders’ attitudes to public opinion. The research was based on in-depth interviews I undertook with 21 of the UK’s leading business people, where I was looking to examine how they think the public views them, and whether the ...
Read more...

In recent days, hundreds of thousands of Snapchat images stored on a third party website were leaked online by internet hackers. Many of these images contained content that users most definitely did not intend to be released publicly.  Some are also believed to show users under the age of 16. ...
Read more...