Stephan co-founded YouGov in 2000. One of the pioneers of Internet research, he has been the driving force behind YouGov’s innovation-led strategy. He was chair of the Data Strategy Board for the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills 2012–2013 and led the Shakespeare Review of Public Sector Information. He is a commissioner for the Social Metrics Commission, and an Affiliated Researcher at the Bennett Institute for Public Policy, Cambridge University, where his work is focused on the public dimensions of globalisation and tracking attitudes to public policy.
American public increasingly tuned into the Qatar crisis
This poll shows that the current tensions between Qatar and its neighbors are gaining some significant attention in the US.07 Aug 2017
It was attitudes not demographics that determined the US campaign
There are three things that matter about the US election result, seen from my pollster’s point of view. What do we learn about the role of demographics against attitudes in determining outcome? What might the result mean for the next UK general election? And why did we get that Mitt ...08 Nov 2012