Peter Kellner is a journalist, political commentator, and was President of YouGov. He retired from the company in 2016.
Analysis: which human rights matter most?
New data from seven countries in Europe plus the USA reveals the importance different cultures place on different rights around the world30 Mar 2016
EU referendum: Provincial England versus London and the Celts
Peter Kellner analyses the big dividing lines on EU membership24 Mar 2016
Analysis: How optimistic is Britain?
Peter Kellner: Voters are more content now than during the later stages of the last Labour government22 Feb 2016
Analysis: the great social care dilemma
Can well-off pensioners help with the rising costs of social care for the growing minority who need it but can’t afford it?24 Jan 2016
Introducing the most derided ethnic group in Britain: young white men
YouGov data from 48 separate surveys reveals that young white men have the worst reputation of any major ethnic, gender or age group in Britain14 Dec 2015
Analysis: sharp fall in support for air strikes within Syria
Voters are increasingly impressed by the case against war – but increasingly appalled by the way Jeremy Corybyn is leading his party02 Dec 2015
Analysis: four million Labour voters lack trust in Corbyn and McDonnell on the economy
Of the nine million people who vote Labour in May around four million withhold their backing for Corbyn and McDonnell on the economy30 Nov 2015
Analysis: Corbynistas stay loyal, but few others share his views
A re-run of the party leadership election would see Jeremy Corbyn re-elected – but an early general election would see him comprehensively rejected24 Nov 2015
Analysis: Why the UK might end up voting for Brexit
The fundamentals favour a vote to stay in the EU – but campaign dramas and crises in the EU could easily make the status quo less appealing16 Nov 2015
Analysis: the curious link between prosperity and pessimism
Living standards will almost certainly be better for the next generation – so why the correlation between prosperity and pessimism?10 Nov 2015