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Who are the real tribes of Britain?

Who are the real tribes of Britain?

27 October 2020

UnHerd
Drop what you’re doing and read this: it’s one of the important pieces of opinion research this year. Entitled Britain’s Choice, and published by More in Common, it doesn’t analyse Britain by political affiliation, but according to deeper values. So instead of Left versus Right or Remain versus Leave, we are grouped into seven tribes including “Progressive Activists”, ...

Who are the real tribes of Britain?

Society is not as divided by Brexit and Covid as you might think

Society is not as divided by Brexit and Covid as you might think

26 October 2020

The Times Red Box
Remember that spring surge in community spirit? How we came together in adversity, helped each other out, celebrated key workers, and more or less got behind the government’s strategy for dealing with the crisis?

Society is not as divided by Brexit and Covid as you might think

‘Culture wars’ are fought by tiny minority – UK study

‘Culture wars’ are fought by tiny minority – UK study

24 October 2020

The Observer
Report by the More in Common thinktank found that 12% of voters accounted for 50% of all social media users

‘Culture wars’ are fought by tiny minority – UK study

For COVID-19, as with everything else, Americans on the right and left live in different universes when it comes to trusting the media

For COVID-19, as with everything else, Americans on the right and left live in different universes when it comes to trusting the media

17 September 2020

NiemanLab
A new study looks at how people in seven countries view the motives of the news media in covering the pandemic. Only in the United States is that a profoundly partisan question.

For COVID-19, as with everything else, Americans on the right and left live in different universes when it comes to trusting the media

Vacancy: rule-breakers for post-Covid politics

Vacancy: rule-breakers for post-Covid politics

17 September 2020

The Financial Times
The pandemic has undermined trust in Europe’s leaders and is sending voters in search of new answers

Vacancy: rule-breakers for post-Covid politics