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Roger Mortimore

Professor Roger Mortimore

Professor of Public Opinion & Political Analysis

Research interests

  • Politics

Biography

Roger Mortimore is Professor of Public Opinion and Political Analysis. He is also Director of Political Analysis at Ipsos MORI, the well-known research company.

Office hours

Monday: 12.30 - 13.30

Wednesday: 09.45 - 10.45

Please e-mail in advance to book.

Research Interests

British public opinion and opinion polls (including issues of polling methodology and on the media publication of polls); modern British elections and political communications.

    Research

    Big Ben
    Centre for British Politics and Government

    The Centre for British Politics and Government are interested in the study of government and politics in the United Kingdom from an historical, political science, political theory and constitutional perspective.

    HistoryPolicy
    History and Political Economy Research Group

    The History and Political Economy Research Group at King's College London

    News

    King's experts share their insights amid political turmoil in Westminster

    Academics from the School of Politics and Economics at King’s have been sharing their insights with media amid a tumultuous few weeks for Boris Johnson’s...

    TVPWorldBlick

    Events

    27JunGennyLex

    What now, what next? The General Election and the first 100 days

    Join the Department of Political Economy's distinguished panel of expert academics and guests to make sense of the final few polls and set the scene for the...

    11FebThe group will unpick the factors behind the 2019 general election.

    Election 2019: An Expert Guide

    What role did Brexit play in shaping the general election result and what happened in the key battleground seats?

    Please note: this event has passed.

      Research

      Big Ben
      Centre for British Politics and Government

      The Centre for British Politics and Government are interested in the study of government and politics in the United Kingdom from an historical, political science, political theory and constitutional perspective.

      HistoryPolicy
      History and Political Economy Research Group

      The History and Political Economy Research Group at King's College London

      News

      King's experts share their insights amid political turmoil in Westminster

      Academics from the School of Politics and Economics at King’s have been sharing their insights with media amid a tumultuous few weeks for Boris Johnson’s...

      TVPWorldBlick

      Events

      27JunGennyLex

      What now, what next? The General Election and the first 100 days

      Join the Department of Political Economy's distinguished panel of expert academics and guests to make sense of the final few polls and set the scene for the...

      11FebThe group will unpick the factors behind the 2019 general election.

      Election 2019: An Expert Guide

      What role did Brexit play in shaping the general election result and what happened in the key battleground seats?

      Please note: this event has passed.