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Our Polling

Stack is a registered member of the British Polling Council.

The results from all Stack polling and data that is publicly released are shared below.

Any questions should be directed to info@stackdatastrategy.com

Community polling for the Centre for Social Justice

June 9, 2021

On behalf of the Centre for Social Justice, Stack polled a representative sample of 5,000 British adults to understand their views towards community and the policies that could reinforce community strength. 

Numbers based on 50 or fewer respondents should not be seen as representative of the demographic group as a whole. Due to weighting and rounding percentages may not sum to 100%.

Links to the full tables can be found here.

Polling for Power to Change

June 9, 2021

Stack polled 500 football fans in the UK to understand their views towards fan ownership of football clubs.


Numbers based on 50 or fewer respondents should not be seen as representative of the demographic group as a whole. Due to weighting and rounding percentages may not sum to 100%.


Links to the full tables can be found here.


Polling for Save the Children

June 7, 2021

On behalf of Save the Children, Stack polled a nationally representative sample of 1,000 adults in the UK, USA, Canada, France, and Germany between 12-18 May.


Responses were weighted to be representative of age, gender, education, and voting history.


Numbers based on 50 or fewer respondents should not be seen as representative of the demographic group as a whole. Due to weighting and rounding percentages may not sum to 100%.


Links to the full tables can be found here: UK, US, Canada, France, Germany.

Polling for the Initiative for Free Trade

May 20, 2021

On behalf of the Initiative for Free Trade, 547 adults who voted Conservative at the 2019 general election and live in the “Red Wall” were polled between the 17th and 19th of May 2021. Full results from the poll can be found here.

A link to a brief explanation of the methodology can be found here.

Responses were weighted to be representative of this demographic group over age, gender and education.

Numbers based on 50 or fewer respondents should not be seen as representative of the demographic group as a whole. Due to weighting and rounding percentages may not sum to 100%.


Post-election polling for Our Scottish Future

May 19, 2021

On behalf of Our Scottish Future, 990 Scots were polled between the 7th and 8th of May 2021. Questions included the motivations of different voters, and their views on the results of the 2021 Scottish elections. Full results from the poll can be found here.

Responses were weighted to census figures on age, gender, education level, and recorded 2021 vote in the Scottish Parliamentary elections.

Numbers based on 50 or fewer respondents should not be seen as representative of the demographic group as a whole. Due to weighting and rounding percentages may not sum to 100%.