Chris Hopkins




Chris Hopkins

Survation's Senior Project Manager and all-round superstar from 2014-2018. Chris's only experience of failure during this period related to his loyal support of Colchester United and a close affinity with Ricky Gervais' character David Brent in the UK TV version of "The Office". Chris is currently Data Visualisation & Statistics Specialist at House of Commons. Chris graduated in 2013, having studied British Politics and Legislative Studies at The University of Hull School of Politics, Philosophy and International Studies. Course leader, Lord Norton of Louth.



3 things make Chris very happy (in no particular order); beard trimmers, incredible music, and polling. He could list his favourite bands, but you won't have heard of them. His polling tastes are thankfully more mainstream, and he generally writes on our national level polling.

Email: chris.hopkins@survation.com
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Articles by Chris

  1. Third of Low-Paid Working Parents Regularly Skip Meals – Survation for the Living Wage Foundation
    20 Apr 2018

  2. Conservatives Voters Back a Labour Brexit – Survation for Citizens 4 Britain
    21 Mar 2018

  3. Labour Lead 7 Points Over the Conservatives – Survation for GMB Union
    12 Mar 2018

  4. Survation and Royal Holloway, University of London, announce three year research partnership
    22 Feb 2018

  5. New Scottish Voting Intention – Survation for the Daily Record
    31 Jan 2018

  6. Two-thirds of Councillors Agree There is Lack of Direction and Funding from Government for Children’s Services – Survation for Action for Children
    23 Oct 2017

  7. 8 in 10 online food delivery customers would pay more to give Deliveroo riders employment rights – Survation for Organise
    19 Oct 2017

  8. Are Labour on Course for an Overall Majority? Survation and LabourList
    26 Sep 2017

  9. Quarter of mothers would give up work if they didn’t have grandparents to help with childcare – Survation for Grandparents Plus
    12 Jul 2017

  10. Conservative Party voting intention steadies while public mood continues shift to “Soft Brexit”
    01 Jul 2017