Eir is one of YouGov's data journalists, based in the UK. Before joining YouGov in 2019, she worked as a content writer at the Bank of England.
Only a third of sexually active women say they never experience pain during sex
One in eleven sexually active women say they experience pain or discomfort every time or most times they have sex that prevents them from fully enjoying sex or even having to stop16 Jun 2022
The orgasm gap: 61% of men, but only 30% of women, say they orgasm every time they have sex
Clitoral stimulation seems to be the key to closing the orgasm gap10 Feb 2022
Should public figures who made offensive remarks when they were young be punished later?
Britons tend to believe famous people should be held accountable for offensive remarks if they were 20 or older when they made them14 Jan 2022
Positive vibrations, chakras and star signs – what spiritual beliefs do Britons hold?
Women are much more likely to describe themselves as spiritual than men11 Jan 2022
Britons increasingly see climate-friendly taxes as fair
The public’s views on taxation have changed significantly since 2015, with climate-friendly taxes becoming more popular27 Oct 2021
With government plans to ban laughing gas, Brits consider it less harmful than alcohol or tobacco
Among 12 substances asked about, laughing gas is considered the second least harmful, after marijuana13 Oct 2021
Six months of consumer confidence index gains lost as fuel crisis and labour shortages intensifies
Confidence among UK consumers fell significantly in September,11 Oct 2021
Do Britons really regard physical and mental health as equally important?
YouGov examines British attitudes to various conditions10 Oct 2021
Men are much more likely than women to have misconceptions about mental health
Men are more inclined than women to believe that people with mental health issues will underperform at work or could just ‘snap out of it’ if they really wanted to10 Oct 2021
What will increased remote working mean for Britain?
Both people and businesses are convinced that workers will never return to offices at the same rate as before the pandemic, with many believing this will disadvantage young employees28 Sep 2021