Prime Minister's Questions: Public attitudes to 'People's PMQs' [Infographic]

11 Oct 2015
Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn during Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs)

What does the public think about 'People's PMQs'? Here we compare two polls on Prime Minister's Questions to find out whether public attitudes have changed since the Leader of the Opposition, Jeremy Corbyn, took a new approach to Parliament's weekly set-piece.

Luke Boga Mitchell, Communications & Digital Manager, Hansard Society
Communications & Digital Manager, Hansard Society

Luke Boga Mitchell

Luke Boga Mitchell
Communications & Digital Manager, Hansard Society

Luke manages the development and co-ordination of the Society’s digital communications strategy, including the website, social media and e-newsletters. He also manages the Society’s varied programme of public events and supports the implementation of its fund-raising and development plan.

Luke joined the Hansard Society in 2010 as an intern on the Scholars Programme, having previously interned as a writer for a politics and culture website. He graduated with a BA in Philosophy (2007) and an MA in Social & Political Thought (2009) from the University of Sussex, and a PG Cert in Journalism and Web Development (2013) from Birkbeck College, University of London.

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