Joanna Morris is a data journalist with YouGov. Before joining the company, she honed her journalistic skills in regional newsrooms, spending almost a decade working for the Great Daily of the North, The Northern Echo.
Dedicated to finding the stories at the heart of data sets, she developed a love for data journalism while working with the BBC’s Shared Data Unit and went on to lead Newsquest’s Data Investigations Unit before joining the team at the Press Association’s pioneering RADAR project and returning to Newsquest to become the first investigations editor for newspaper titles across the North East and Cumbria.
She holds a masters degree from the University of Amsterdam where she studied English Literature.
Would British men be willing to take hormonal contraception?
About as many men say the would be likely to take hormonal contraception as the number of women who currently do so – but many are pre-emptively ruling it out14 Apr 2023
Should police be able to seize victims’ phones or access therapy notes during rape investigations
Britons take a stricter view regarding therapy notes than phone seizures11 Apr 2023
A quarter of the British public say zoos should be banned
Half of Britons think keeping large animals in captivity should be phased out31 Mar 2023
Few Britons think the government is doing a good job at delivering Rishi Sunak’s ‘five pledges’
From small boats to NHS waiting lists and the economy, most Britons believe the government is handling key issues badly27 Mar 2023
Half of Britons who needed to see a GP recently didn’t or couldn't do so
Health problems worsened for 16% of the Britons who say they were unable or unwilling to see their doctor23 Mar 2023
Positivity towards the government’s handling of the economy is ticking up
The proportion of Britons who think the government is handling the economy well has grown, while headline grabbing immigration policies do little to shift public opinion22 Mar 2023
One in ten Britons have performed dentistry on themselves, half in the last two years
Britons report pulling their own teeth out and making their own dentures22 Mar 2023
Iraq War: 20 years later, what do Britons think about the conflict?
One in five Britons believe Tony Blair should be tried as a war criminal20 Mar 2023
Would Britons be willing to share their social media profiles with employers?
More than six in ten would support social media checks for jobs working with children20 Mar 2023
Britons are divided over whether Jeremy Hunt's Spring Budget is fair or unfair
But the British public remain deeply pessimistic about the way the economy is headed16 Mar 2023