Isabelle is one of YouGov's data journalists, based in the UK. Prior to joining YouGov in 2021, Isabelle worked as a researcher for Dispatches and as a data reporter at RADAR, a pioneering news agency using AI tools to generate local news stories from open datasets.
You can find Isabelle on Twitter at @izkirk
Are children being taught enough about periods in school?
Those girls who say they felt most prepared for their first period are substantially more likely to say they were first taught about menstruation by a parent23 Dec 2022
Period pain and work: many women have never taken time off, despite being in serious pain
Two thirds of working women have never taken time off for period pain, including 40% of those who regularly get pain bad enough that it affects their ability to work30 Sep 2022
Should visible tattoos be allowed in the workplace?
Britons don’t see tattoos in general as being unprofessional, although they disapprove of face and neck tattoos05 Aug 2022
Do Britons think a minority prime minister would improve things for minority groups?
With Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss now confirmed as the final candidates in Tory leadership contest, by September, Britain will have either its first ethnic minority prime minister, or its third woman prime minister.26 Jul 2022
Half of British workers say they feel stressed at work
More than half say their friends and family have asked them to cut back on hours, and a third say their work negatively impacts their outside lives18 Jul 2022
Number of Britons saying the economy is a top issue is highest since 2013
Seven in ten Britons say the economy is one of the top three issues facing the country12 Jul 2022
Are attitudes to Ukrainian refugees unique?
YouGov study shows opinion towards Ukrainian refugees is warmer than towards those fleeing warzones in Afghanistan, Syria and Somalia12 Jul 2022
Eurotrack: Would Europeans support a universal basic income?
Support for a basic income is varied, but most countries say their governments cannot afford the cost06 Jul 2022
LGBT+ Britons more likely to report suffering with mental health conditions
Over the last 12 months, half of LGBT+ Britons (51%) say they experienced or were diagnosed with a mental health condition, compared to a third of the general population (32%).04 Jul 2022
Half of Britons under 30 have seen pornography while underage
In the UK, you must be 18 by law to watch pornography, and the government’s latest attempt to regulate access – the Online Safety Bill – will legally require websites that publish explicit content to check that their users are over 18.01 Jul 2022