Join the National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) and UK in a Changing Europe for a special Brexit webinar on the launch of NatCen’s 37th British Social Attitudes report.
Has Brexit damaged our politics? What shape will divisions over the UK’s post-Brexit relationship with the EU take? How do voters want Britain to use its newly acquired sovereignty? What kind of immigration, food and consumer policies would they now like to see?
Join our speakers as they respond to these questions and more on the launch of this year’s British Social Attitudes survey, the UK’s longest running survey of public opinion, revealing the attitudes of the population since 1983.
Date: Thursday 8th October
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- Professor Robert Ford, Professor of Political Science, University of Manchester
- Dr Ceri Davies, Director, NatCen Centre for Deliberative Research
- Professor Sir John Curtice, Senior Research Fellow, National Centre for Social Research & UK in a Changing Europe and Professor of Politics, University of Strathclyde
- Anand Menon, Director, UK in a Changing Europe and Professor of European Politics and Foreign Affairs, King’s College London
The event will be Guy Goodwin, Chief Executive of the National Centre for Social Research.
About the event
NatCen’s British Social Attitudes (BSA) survey is the UK’s longest running survey of public opinion, revealing the social, political and moral attitudes of the population since 1983. The 37th BSA report is being launched on 8th October, with additional chapters being released throughout the month.
Join John Curtice, Ceri Davies and Rob Ford for this launch day webinar as they unveil the findings of two key chapters on Brexit from this year’s BSA report.
One chapter examines the impact of the Brexit stalemate in the last parliament on public trust and confidence in how Britain is governed, as well as the public’s willingness to engage with the political system.
The second chapter reports new evidence on what policy choices voters are hoping the government will make when the UK leaves the EU single market at the end of the year.
A response will be given by Anand Menon of the UK in a Changing Europe initiative, through whom the research into Brexit was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council.