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Theos in the Media
Theos team members appear and our research is quoted regularly in mainstream media across broadcast, print and digital. This page includes the highlights.
Theos' Nick Spencer asks whether you vote for the party or the person - Church Times
Theos' report Voting and Values is discussed in an article on Ed Miliband's promise to ban Islamophobia if he is elected
Theos' report Voting and Values is mentioned in an article which argues that Hispanic Catholics 'are not conservative' - Canada Free Press
Theos' Ben Ryan discusses the new survey which shows that the UK is one of the least religious countries in the world - TWR
Theos chaplaincy report covered in the Baptist Times
Theos' research on voting behaviour and religious affiliation is mentioned in discussion of the Sikh manifesto - Sikh Siyasat News
Theos' Paul Bickley challenges the assumption that political apathy is widespread - Nomad Podcast
Theos' report Voting and Values is discussed in the Church of England Newspaper
Poll shows 56 percent of Jewish voters intend to vote for the Tories; Theos research is discussed - Times of Israel
Does the 'Muslim vote' actually exist? Theos' Nick Spencer discusses in BuzzFeed News
Theos Director Elizabeth Oldfield argues that Christianity, like Easter Saturday, is a path between hope and despair - Thought for the Day
Chaplaincy in schools is having a comeback. Theos' report on the future of chaplaincy in the UK is discussed - Telegraph
Cameron's faith is out of step with changing Christianity in Britain. Theos' research is quoted - Economist
Lichfield Cathedral has hosted the first pre-election public consultation on the future of politics, co-organised by Theos
Cathedrals will be offering the public space to moot their political grievances before the election, in events co-organised by Theos