Matthew is YouGov's Head of Data Journalism, based in the UK.
Prior to joining YouGov in 2016, Matthew worked in digital communications at the trade union UNISON and the think tank Policy Exchange.
Around a quarter of people in most Western nations surveyed think Christ’s birth is now marked more because of pressure from commercial entities
There is disapproval for hosting the tournament in Qatar, net support for boycotting it in several countries, and a tendency to believe that international supporting institutions are too willing to work with undemocratic governments with poor human rights records
Americans and Canadians are most likely to see the spooky celebration as a proper special occasion
Poles feel strongly that France and Germany have not been pulling their weight
There is also strong support in key European nations and the US for Sweden and Finland joining the alliance
YouGov reveals where Americans fall on the classic D&D alignment table
Easter is still seen as true to its roots across the West, although Britons and French people in particular are cynical
Support for membership has risen, as has the belief that NATO would beat Russia in a potential conflict
A new international YouGov survey identifies 11 ‘food crimes’ committed against Italian cuisine by the rest of the world
Britons far more likely to have experienced food shortages than continental Europeans