Now in its third year, the YouGov-Cambridge Globalism Project is an extended, international survey, fielded annually and the largest of its kind on the public relationship with globalisation, produced by YouGov in collaboration with researchers from Cambridge University and the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change.
This year’s coverage highlights include:
- Stephan Shakespeare and Joel Rogers de Waal, “Be reassured: the world is not as divided as we might think”, The Guardian, 26 November, 2021
- “The Great Reset: Public Opinion, Populism, and the Pandemic”, Report by the Centre for the Future of Democrcy at Cambridge University, 18 January, 2022
- Jon Henley, “Voters in west divided more by identity than issues, survey finds”, The Guardian, 17 November 2021
- Jon Henley, “Support for populist sentiment falls across Europe, survey finds”, The Guardian, 18 November, 2021
- Jon Henley, “Majority of public in Europe support Covid vaccine passports – survey”, 19 November, 2021
- Jon Henley, “Pandemic hits mental health of women and young people hardest, survey finds”, The Guardian, 23 November 2021
- Caitlin Dickson, “Exclusive: 28 percent of Americans surveyed believe the 'truth about harmful effects of vaccines' is being deliberately hidden from the public”, Yahoo!News, 23 November 2021
- Frederik Schindler, “Die Hälfte der Deutschen beklagt fehlende Frauenrechte”, Welt, 26 December 2021
- Frida Thurm, “Freundschaften sind die Verlierer der Corona-Pandemie”, Zeit, 24 January 2022 (£)
- Sam Jones, James Shotter and Guy Chazan, “Covid backlash: Europe’s populists eye opportunity in never-ending pandemic”, The Big Read, The Financial Times, 1 December, 2021 (£)
- Ivan Krastev, “From the ‘Silent Majority’ to the Unvaxxed Minority”, Guest Essay, New York Times, 24 December 2021
- “YouGov Umfrage: Jeder 7. Deutsche bezeichnet sich als Feminist”, Bild, 31 December, 2021
All figures, unless otherwise stated, are from YouGov Plc. Total sample sizes were: France=1085; Germany=1009; Sweden=1038; Denmark=1170; Spain=1035; Italy=1023; Greece=1045; Hungary=1012; Poland=1035; Britain=1062; Australia=1076; United States=1004; Canada=1127; Brazil=1117; Mexico=1092; Turkey=1041; Egypt*=1009; Saudi Arabia*=1005; Russia=1228; India*=1212; China*=1026; Japan=1155; Indonesia*=1473; Thailand*=1004; Kenya*=1017; Nigeria*=1057; South Africa=1159. Fieldwork was undertaken between 4th August–21st September, 2021. The surveys were carried out online. For those markets labelled *, the figures have been weighted and are representative of the online adult population aged 18+. For other markets, the figures have been weighted and are representative of the adult population aged 18+. There is a margin of error associated with different sample sizes and different distributions of answers. For a 1000 sample, it is +/- 3% at the 95% confidence level. When reporting results for subsamples, the margin of error will be higher than for the total sample, such as up to +/- 6% for a 300 sub-sample.
Nb. This page is updated periodically with new publications.