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Ben Walker is a data journalist at the New Statesman.
The New Statesman's Scottish election forecast model.
The Prime Minister has suffered a remarkable fall in public approval during the Covid-19 crisis – but could he yet recover?
Although most voters now believe the UK was wrong to leave the EU, only around a third say they would vote to rejoin.
American populism existed long before Donald Trump and is set to endure after he leaves the White House.
Two-thirds of tier three councils have suffered cuts to their spending power since 2015.
Having been more than 20 points behind the Tories eight months ago, Labour is now level with them.
What exists of a culture war in the UK is waged largely on the sidelines by fringe parties, social media groups and newspaper op-eds.
The strength of the Democrat's voter coalition lay in its breadth.
The NS was the second most accurate of all the main US election forecasters.
Sanders’s brand of radical politics is popular among activists – but it appeals less to the key voters needed to win the White House.