Lottie is a Research Executive and has worked at YouGov since February 2022, having graduated from the University of Manchester with a Masters in Political Science, Democracy, and Elections in 2021 and then working as an analyst and public affairs adviser in the third sector.
Lottie has worked with clients from across many different sectors and countries, including working on high-value, large-scale projects for major international research and campaign organisations.
Lottie has worked on numerous occasions supporting colleagues in the research and development of new products and the application of new and emerging research methods to our research capacities, including MRP. She also has first hand political campaign and organising experience, and brings her strong knowledge of the British political system and its voters to all her client and public-facing project work.
Sunak vs Starmer 2024: how have attitudes changed since the PM took office?
The Conservative leader has lost his reputation for competence and decisiveness since 202223 Jan 2024
Local elections 2023: YouGov MRP predicts Conservative losses in key battleground councils
Key councils such as Rugby, Wokingham, and Swindon could fall out of Tory hands28 Apr 2023
One in eight Britons turned to private healthcare in the last 12 months
The median private healthcare spend was £50017 Apr 2023
MRP: in no Levelling Up area do residents tend to think the local area has improved in recent years
Has there been a benefit from the first round of Levelling Up funding to local public pride and optimism? Our latest MRP-driven evidence suggests not19 Jan 2023
A large majority of Britons disapprove of the government’s handling of immigration
Immigration and asylum is a top-three issue for nearly a third of Britons19 Dec 2022
Now that Sunak is PM, how do he and Starmer compare in the eyes of the public?
Sunak closes the gap on Labour leader on who Britons think would make the best prime minister03 Nov 2022
Two in five Britons think it is likely they will be hit by blackouts this winter
Scots are particularly likely to be anticipating power cuts12 Oct 2022