- PMP Magazine Contributor.
Sir John Curtice
- 37 articles in PMP Magazine
Sir John Curtice is a political scientist, Senior Research Fellow at NatCen, Professor of Politics at Strathclyde University, and Chief Commentator on the 'What UK Thinks: EU' website.
How well has Boris Johnson’s Brexit Deal gone down with voters, and how does its reception compare with the one that Theresa May’s Deal received? [Read now...]
There is a risk that the early general election for which the SNP seem so keen will simply result in the IndyRef 2 door being shut and bolted for many years to come, Sir John Curtice writes. [Read now...]
Leaving on 31 October might not provide as helpful a backdrop to the subsequent task of bringing the country together as Boris Johnson believes, Sir John Curtice writes. [Read now...]
General Election or Second Referendum? There is little agreement about how the will of the people should now be ascertained, Sir John Curtice writes. [Read now...]
Disenchantment at the prospect of Brexit has now persuaded some Europhile voters to switch in favour of Scottish independence, Sir John Curtice writes. Claim that Brexit does not pose any risk to Scotland’s future membership of the UK looks significantly more difficult to sustain. [Read now...]
Leaving without a deal could serve to perpetuate the division over Brexit, Sir John Curtice writes. [Read now...]
Brexit continues to shape and reshape British politics, Sir John Curtice writes. [Read now...]
Professor John Curtice’s analysis of the latest Lord Ashcroft poll that puts IndyRef2 vote intentions at Yes 52% vs No 48%. [Read now...]
Top pollster Sir John Curtice writes that the overall balance of support for independence had so far remained unchanged. However, there are now signs that this is no longer the case. [Read now...]
Sir John Curtice on the lessons and implications of the outcome of the European Elections in Britain for Brexit. [Read now...]