On this week's PB/Polling Matters podcast we continue the new format of the show where each guest picks a polling or elections topic to talk about and the group discuss it.
Polling Matters - Ep. 70 Are victories for May and Clinton inevitable? (Plus popular past Prime Ministers)
On this week's podcast the team continue the new format of the show. Each guest picks a polling topic to talk about and the group discuss it. Topics covered include whether victories for Theresa May and Hillary Clinton are inevitable and what the new PB/YouGov poll on the public's favourability towards different parties and politicians tells us about UK politics. The PB/Polling Matters team also discusses a recent YouGov poll showing Margaret Thatcher as Britain's most popular Prime Minister since she took office and what that tells us about the future of British politics.
On this week's episode Keiran is joined by Leo Barasi and Julia Rampen of the New Statesman. Each guest chooses an interesting poll finding and we discuss the implications. This week's subjects include attitudes to Scottish Independence post Brexit, what would happen if Labour split and what polling tells us about why Brexit happened and what comes next.
On this week's episode of the PB/Polling Matters podcast Keiran is joined by Katy Owen and Adam Drummond to discuss Theresa May’s honeymoon period and whether she should call an early General Election. Each guest picks some polling that has particularly interested them this week. Keiran analyses YouGov polling data showing Ruth Davidson as almost as popular as Nicola Sturgeon and asks whether the Tories are now the real long term opposition to the SNP in Scotland and the panel also discuss the Labour leadership and whether Trump can beat Clinton.
Katy Owen is Programme Manager at Common Vision and formerly a Senior Project Manager at Survation. You can follow her on twitter at @KatyCHOwen
Adam Drummond is Head of Political Polling at Opinium. You can follow Adam on twitter at @AGKD123
On this week's show Keiran is joined by Labour Peer Stewart Wood and Conor Pope from Labour List. We talk about the Labour leadership race between Owen Smith and Jeremy Corbyn, what recent YouGov polling tells us about the race and the future of the party and just how confident should Theresa May really be?
On a momentous day in British politics Britain has a new Prime Minister. Keiran is joined by Leo Barasi and Asa Bennett of the Telegraph to discuss the Theresa May's inbox and what is next for the Labour Party.
On this week’s PB/Polling Matters podcast Keiran and Rob discuss the legacy of Iraq on British politics and the latest on the Tory leadership contest. This episode includes a detailed discussion on recent YouGov polling that shows Theresa May in a commanding position and Keiran argues that the Tories should consider crowning the Home Secretary as Prime Minister early. Meanwhile, the team discuss whether a Labour MP that supported the Iraq War can really hope to lead the Labour Party and what that says about the attempted Labour coup against Jeremy Corbyn.
You can follow Keiran on twitter at @keiranpedley and Rob at @robvance
On this week’s PB/Polling Matters podcast Keiran Pedley and Leo Barasi try and make sense of what has happened in the past week – as news of Theresa May’s poll lead over Boris Johnson and Michael Gove’s decision to stand for Tory leader breaks all around them. They discuss why Britain decided to leave the EU, the polling, who will be the next Prime Minister and what now for the Labour Party.
You can follow Keiran on twitter at @keiranpedley and Leo at @leobarasi
In this shorter than usual version of the show, Keiran spends 15 minutes breaking down the eve of referendum polls and giving his thoughts on the campaign, what to expect on the day and what happens next.
Are we leaving the EU? That is the question of everyone's lips and the topic of conversation on today's podcast. Keiran is joined by Professor Matthew Goodwin, Adam Ludlow of ComRes and Matthew Shaddick of Ladbrokes to discuss why Leave is gaining ground, what happens next and the implications of a Remain or Leave vote next week.