Lessons From 2016: How Research can help find the answers Whether you view world events in 2016 to be good or bad, one description of the year that most of us can probably agree on is…surprising.
by David Kitching, Director of Social & Political Research In the aftermath of the Brexit referendum, AudienceNet put out a few short surveys in the UK, France and Germany to see where public opinion lies in those countries.
The rise of left wing politics in both the US and the UK has taken many political commentators by surprise.
I want to know: do we millennials think that our future will be determined more by technology or by the government? To what extent do we expect the government to influence our future?
As a Dane in the UK one of the things I value the most about British culture is the diversity and high level integration of people from a wide range of nations and cultures.
By David Kitching, Director of Social & Political Research
This article looks at methodological considerations in relation to researching ethnic/ religious minorities, in light of Channel 4 and ICM’s study entitled ‘What British Muslims Really Think?’ It also highlights the wider implications of methodological shortcomings on policy development and society as a whole.
By David Kitching, Director of Social & Political Research The UK teeters on the edge of a cliff, pushed from behind by false assumptions and the over-45s who have the least to lose on the way out.
Studies from Verba, Burns and Schlozman (1997) and