Joel Faulkner Rogers

Academic Director, YouGov

Joel is the Academic Director at YouGov.

The Republicans Are in Slow-motion Demographic Crisis

Republican and Tea Party pundits have talked about the potential for these burgeoning groups to change their voting preferences over time. But the GOP clearly risks long-term demographic suicide if its leaders continue their love-hate relationship with the centre without finding more imaginative ways to meet these voters halfway.
08/11/2012 09:49 GMT

How Do UK Defence Experts View US Foreign Relations After Four Years of Obama?

According to UK defence and security experts, president Obama's Afghan and counter-terrorism policies are broadly on the right track, while popular perceptions of US decline, diminishing European importance and Chinese supremacy are overstated. However, the Obama administration is also seen as having failed to improve US foreign relations in most key areas, particular with regards to Russia and the Middle East.
06/11/2012 09:53 GMT

Change in Pakistan: Politicians Join the Polls to Support Imran Khan

By all accounts, 30 October, 2011, marked a potential turning point in the build-up to Pakistan's next general election. Imran Khan drew crowds of over 250,000 to a speech in Minar-e-Pakistan, Lahore, as leader of his party, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), surprising rivals and supporters alike with one of the largest political rallies in the nation's history.
23/12/2011 09:58 GMT