Despite the recent bad press, the overall numbers suggest the institution is probably here to stay.
Posts Tagged: Opinion Polls
Matt Kilcoyne: The pluses and minuses of vaccine passports, and the discrimination that comes with them
It is not is a clear-cut issue, and those that claim it is are doing our public discourse a disservice.
Robert Halfon: Conservatives must never be complacent about Starmer. The public mood can change quickly.
Plus: The Government will soon have to set out the tough decisions on public spending to constituents.
James Frayne: A clear majority of people think the police do a good job – but want them to be tougher enforcing lockdown
Polls very strongly suggest the public are much more irritated with the police not enforcing basic rules with greater severity.
Andrew Bowie: That weekend poll and Scotland’s future. Until we start to call ourselves British, why should anyone else?
The only institutions I can think of that retain the term ‘British’ are the BBC and the British Army – and, in Scotland, its Twitter handle is @ArmyScotland.
This is a good moment for targeted, well-justified interventions, but creating lots of new losers through sweeping hikes would be insane.
The sense that he hates the whole business is helping to carry him through it – for all the mistakes that have been made.
Ted Christie-Miller: Everything must change if Britain is to hit its Net Zero target. How are we going to manage it?
If politicians are going to take voters with them, we need to be honest about the trade offs and develop policies to help those who stand to lose out.
A tale of two cities. The Conservative Government has had smooth relations with Liverpool – less so with Manchester.
That part of England where the Tories are most hated has offered the greatest possible cooperation with Boris Johnson.
The final part of a mini-series of three articles on obesity policy for ConservativeHome this week.
The worst-case scenario for polling day and the weeks that follow is illegal, armed militias imposing themselves on polling stations and state capitols.
Nick Fletcher: How the Government can and should act now to protect young people from exploitation by porn
Age verification, relevant technology – both can tackled through the Digital Economy Act. Which is what the public wants.
Lord Ashcroft: What my new poll of eight thousand people says about Covid-19, the two main parties, Johnson and Starmer
Challenging findings for the Prime Minister, encouraging ones for the Opposition Leader – with the economy as a key battleground.
Despite the horrorshow commentary in the Tory press about the Government, the Conservatives cling to their poll lead – just.
An important point to consider is whether or not respect for the way all law works has declined.