Events - Cambridge

Business and the EU Referendum

Location: Serpentine Sackler Gallery, Hyde Park
Event Series: Cambridge

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In partnership with Founders' Forum, the YouGov-Cambridge Centre holds an evening debate on 'What does busines want from the EU Referendum?'. YouGov CEO Stephan Shakespeare presents the results of research into the views of business leaders across the FTSE, privately owned companies and tech entrepreneurs, followed by a panel to discuss the issues raised, chaired by ITV’s Allegra Stratton.

Polling, Politics and the EU Referendum

Location: POLIS Department, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, University of Cambridge, CB3 9DT
Event Series: Cambridge

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YouGov delivers its report on what went wrong for pollsters at the 2015 General Election launches its opinion tracker for the EU referendum, including new methodologies. A rich mix of commentators and practitioners also debate the effects of public opinion on the future of the EU, the merits of Brexit or semi-detachment from Europe, and the implications for Westminster, Brussels, business, constitution and EU common foreign policy.

Public Opinion and the General Election

Location: POLIS Department, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, University of Cambridge, CB3 9DT
Event Series: Cambridge

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As the nation gears up for election season, this event marked the curtain-raiser on YouGov’s countdown to May 2015, with debates, live polling and new research around four key issues for the next election, including: who and what will decide the outcome; does the Labour Party understand business; does the Conservative Party understand ordinary people; and what are the UK’s defence & national security priorities for 2015?

Energy, Politics and the Consumer

Location: British Academy, 10 Carlton House Terrace, London, SW1Y 5AH
Event Series: Cambridge

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As heat rises in the debate on fuel bills versus living standards, we launched a special report on 'Energy, Politics and the Consumer' with an event at the British Academy on Thursday 3rd April. The evening covered a range of subjects, including: the reputation of energy companies in the UK and how to enhance it; parallels with the banking crash and other sectors; the relationship of consumer attitudes to the wider economic climate; and Coalition versus Labour proposals to manage the ‘Trilemma’ of affordability, energy security and green policies.