Victoria is a data journalist for YouGov, based in London. She writes about public opinion on social issues and speaks about YouGov's research on radio and TV.
Prior to joining YouGov in 2018, Victoria was Co-Director and Editor of Economy, a charity working towards improving public understanding of economics.
You can find Victoria on Twitter at @v_waldersee.
Britons waste £800m on unwanted subscriptions
Half of Britons have been caught out by the free trial system, accidentally signing up for a subscription because they forgot or were unable to cancel11 Sep 2019
Half of UK healthcare professionals ‘untrained’ to spot domestic abuse
Domestic abuse victims are highly likely to interact with NHS staff over the course of their abuse. But new YouGov research shows a significant proportion of them do not feel adequately trained to identify or support victims.12 Aug 2019
The West is sceptical of China – but other countries are more positive about its influence
African, Latin American and Asian countries surveyed by the YouGov-Cambridge Centre are generally more likely than Western nations to think China has a positive effect on world affairs. But across all regions surveyed, a plurality would prefer the US as the world’s most powerful force07 Aug 2019
Most small businesses don’t think digital taxes will reduce stress or paperwork
One in four (28%) companies are worried they’ll actually have to spend more money on their tax affairs after changes take place to make filing taxes online mandatory06 Aug 2019
Majority of Britain's wealthy expect recession
One in three of Britain’s richest feel confident about their personal finances, and just one in eight have faith in the economy of the country02 Aug 2019
Businesses find employees scarier than hackers
New survey indicates managers are more concerned about employees breaching data security than about cyber attacks from outside08 Jul 2019
One in five young people identify as gay, lesbian or bisexual
Britons more likely than ever to see themselves as somewhere between homosexual or heterosexual, with the number of 18-24s identifying as bisexual eight times higher than 201503 Jul 2019
Britons support brands which advocate LGBT+ rights
From M&S’s sandwich to the Home Office placing the Pride flag on its social media accounts, more and more organisations are keen to display their support for the LGBT+ cause. But does this alienate or attract British consumers?03 Jul 2019
What’s the biggest threat to human life?
The World Health Organisation has listed the ten biggest threats to global health today - but which ones keep Britons up at night?27 Jun 2019
No dogs at work, say two thirds of Brits
Across all age groups, the majority say canine friends should be kept at home21 Jun 2019