Politics & current affairs

Honeymoon over for Obama?

Honeymoon over for Obama?

The past week has seen a dramatic increase in negative sentiment towards Barack Obama on the TellYouGov Leaderboard as the row over the BP oil spill rages on. His score ...

  • British public concerned over cuts

    The public generally support government measures to cut spending in order to reduce the deficit but worry about the impact cuts may have on ...

  • NHS should be exempt from cuts

    The government is seeking advice from the British public on where it thinks cuts to public spending should be made. In a YouGov survey ...

  • Sunday Times Results

    Our Sunday Times results are now available to view. This week, they cover what the British public thinks about spending cuts, public service costs, ...

  • Majority ‘prepared’ for cuts

    Just over half (51%) of Brits feel prepared for the spending cuts ahead, although this approval comes before specific cuts have been outlined. Prime ...

  • ‘An effective leader’?

    46% of the British public support the rule that party leader candidates hoping for nomination must have the support of 33 MPs before they ...

  • Ban on guns?

    The majority of the British public thinks there should be greater restrictions on gun ownership, a new survey for the Sun has found. Almost ...

  • ID cards scrap sparks debate

    Since the Coalition Government’s announcement last week that it will be scrapping the previous government’s ID cards proposals, the ‘ID Cards’ topic on TellYouGov ...

  • Gaza blockade

    Few Britons support the actions of Israeli troops against a flotilla of ships heading for Gaza. For three years Israel has operated a blockade ...

  • Public backs Laws

    Almost three in four electors think David Laws was right to resign over revelations about the expenses he claimed as an MP – but ...