Anthony Wells is Director of YouGov's political and social opinion polling and currently runs their media polling operation for the Sun and Sunday Times.
Anthony also runs the UKPollingReport website; an independent blog on opinion polling that was one of the most popular blogs during the 2010 election and is a widely used source for academics and journalists.
Prior to joining YouGov in 2005 he worked in the Leader of the Opposition’s Office for William Hague, Iain Duncan Smith and Michael Howard. He holds a degree in British Politics and Legislative Studies from the University of Hull.
You can find Anthony on Twitter @anthonyjwells.
Remainers blame Brexit for recent food shortages; Leave voters do not
How people voted at the referendum even affects the extent to which they've noticed the shortages at all07 Sep 2021
Scottish voting intention: SNP 52%, Con 20%, Lab 19% (2-4 May)
A pro-independence majority is likely04 May 2021
Budget 2021 measures prove popular with Britons
Our snap polling last night found people approved of the 2021 Budget by 46% to 11%. Overnight we conducted more detailed polling about the contents of the Budget and what people think of the state of the economy.04 Mar 2021
Few Britons think the government is handling coronavirus well
Despite this, they are split on whether anyone could have done a better job than Boris Johnson25 Oct 2020
How YouGov does ethnic minority polling
Anthony Wells, YouGov's director of political and social research, sets out the challenges the polling industry faces when it comes to surveying BAME Britons26 Jun 2020
Budget 2020: what tax changes would be popular?
Brits are happy to levy more money from rich people, businesses, tobacco and alcohol, but want inheritance tax and fuel duty cut10 Mar 2020
Initial analysis of YouGov’s election polling
Anthony Wells compares the 2019 election results against what YouGov's MRP model was saying13 Dec 2019
Final 2019 general election MRP model: small Conservative majority likely
Most Tory gains likely in the north, in areas that voted Leave, while they are performing less well in the south, London and Scotland10 Dec 2019
YouGov MRP: Conservatives 359, Labour 211, SNP 43, LD 13, Plaid 4, Green 1
Tories set for majority by taking Labour seats in Brexit heartlands27 Nov 2019
Latest polling reveals effect of Brexit Party strategy
As we learn more about which constituencies parties will target in the general election, we can adapt our polling to improve accuracy12 Nov 2019