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Join us over pizza and beer to hear James Ball discuss his new book ‘Post-Truth: How Bullshit Conquered the World’.
The end of liberalism? The latest British Social Attitudes report asks if we are witnessing a significant turning point in British society.
Polling expert and NatCen Senior Research Fellow, John Curtice, gives his take on the 2017 General Election.
Does it matter if we ask survey questions face-to-face, on the phone or online? Do the answers change and how? NatCen's Jo d'Ardenne and Annette Jäckle from the Institute for Social and Economic Research present results from a large national experiment.
The fourth annual lecture in memory of Sir Roger Jowell will be given by Professor Anand Menon on what the vote for Brexit means for the UK and its relationship with the countries who remain part of the European Union.
Nigel Gilbert from University of Surrey explains how digital sensors collecting data like motion, temperature, humidity and noise can contribute to social science.
Prof John Curtice will present findings from the most comprehensive survey yet of the kind of relationship with the EU that people in Scotland want in the wake of the UK-wide vote to leave the EU.
Many theories and explanations have been advanced by commentators since the UK voted to leave the EU in June. This event in Westminster will showcase findings from the first major synthesis of high quality data on who voted which way and why.
This seminar at Westminster will discuss new research into what the British public want from Brexit.