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.
One year into King Charles’ reign, where do Australian attitudes to the monarchy stand?
While Australians are divided on whether the country should remain a constitutional monarchy, the King is more popular than any Australian politician07 Sep 2023
International survey: is there too much American influence on national culture?
American influence is most noted on movies, TV and music06 Apr 2023
You’re doing Italian food all wrong, say Italians
A new international YouGov survey identifies 11 ‘food crimes’ committed against Italian cuisine by the rest of the world03 Feb 2022
One in five Australians say they’re willing to eat insects
Even more of us would be willing to chow down on food with insect ingredients05 Nov 2021
International study: how badly has COVID-19 affected people’s mental health?
Ahead of World Mental Health Day this Sunday, a new international YouGov study highlights the impact that the coronavirus pandemic has had on people’s mental wellbeing around the world.08 Oct 2021
How safe are the COVID-19 vaccines seen as internationally?
Pfizer and Moderna’s vaccines are seen as safe across the board23 Jul 2021
International study: How many people will take the COVID vaccine?
Thais, Britons and Danes are the most willing to take the vaccine15 Jan 2021
World’s most admired 2020
The Obamas are the world’s most admired man and woman22 Sep 2020
How is the second wave affecting Australian public opinion?
Fear and face mask usage are up, but attitudes in many other ways remain unchanged07 Aug 2020
YouGov/Imperial College study examines how well public in 13 countries are responding to COVID-19
Study looks at self-isolating behaviour and other actions people across the globe are taking to protect themselves and others11 Apr 2020