Dr Joe Greenwood

Dr Joe Greenwood

LSE Fellow

Department of Government

+44 (0)2079556997
Room No
CBG 4.13
Office Hours
Mondays 11:30 - 12:30 in CON 5.10 and Thursdays 14:30 - 15:30 in NAB.1.03
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Key Expertise
Political Participation, Polling, Inequality, Political Psychology

About me

Joe Greenwood joined LSE from YouGov and, before working in political polling, completed his PhD at the University of Essex. He is interested in political behaviour and his research focuses on political participation, privilege, and perceptions in the British context. In addition to working with survey data, he is also interested qualitative and mixed methodologies, and has conducted numerous in-depth interviews and focus groups with MPs, activists, and members of the public.

Research interests

  • Political participation
  • Social structure and inequality
  • Political psychology
  • Public opinion
  • Mixed methodologies

Teaching responsibilities

  • GV101: Introduction to Political Science

Selected publications

  • Joe Greenwood and Joe Twyman, ‘Exploring Authoritarian Populism in Britain’, in David Sanders (ed), Anthony King Memorial Volume (forthcoming).
  • Joe Greenwood, ‘Researching Political Participation Using Survey Data’, SAGE Research Methods Cases (forthcoming).
  • Joe Greenwood, ‘The Benefits of Participation’, in Isobel Ingham-Barrow (ed.), More than words: Approaching a definition of Islamophobia (Mend, 2018).