Sir John Curtice

Sir John Curtice

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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.

Why has nationalist support fallen?

11 min read
As the Salmond Inquiry row fires up again, Sir John Curtice’s latest analysis on the role it and other considerations (such as Brexit and coronavirus) may have (or have not) played in the fall in SNP support for the 2021 Scottish Elections and the Yes in IndyRef2.

Has the constitutional wind changed direction?

6 min read
How might we account for the recent erosion of support for Scottish independence?

‘The strife is o’er; the battle done?’ — Little sign Remainers have accepted Brexit yet.

7 min read
Brexit should now be more popular among voters as a whole than it was in 2016. Yet, in truth, polls show no sign of voters falling in behind the decision to Leave.

New year, new polling.

7 min read
There continues to be majority support for independence in Scotland whilst the SNP are sufficiently ahead in polls that they would be expected to win an overall majority at Holyrood.

How discussion influences voters’ attitudes towards post-Brexit immigration and regulation.

7 min read
The UK government has spent the last year negotiating a Brexit deal that maximises the ability of the UK to diverge from EU regulation. But is this what voters will necessarily want? This Deliberative Poll raises doubts.

Have the Brexit talks delivered what voters want?

7 min read
A comparison of the outcome with what voters said in surveys they wanted on immigration, trade, and regulations, in the last four years.

The 2019 Election: Success or failure?

6 min read
One year on, was the 2019 General Election a success or a failure at registering the voters’ views on the subject it was meant to resolve... Brexit?
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