Digital Workshops

See below a series of digital workshops covering the latest polling data and social media listening research from a variety of different countries.

Listen to Europe is a space where knowledge and research carried out in the domain of “drivers of behaviours and attitudes of citizens” is shared and easily accessible. Currently available: Digital Workshops on the latest public opinion data and social media listening from Estonia, Poland and Portugal.

Public Opinion: Comparative – Europe (2022)

This digital workshop covers the latest comparative public opinion and attitudinal data coming out from several European countries. More specifically, it covers Estonia attitudes related democracy, authoritarianism, and some of the most important topics of our time, including the Putin’s war in Ukraine, the European Union, the future, and more. By Dr. Matthew MacWilliams

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Public Opinion: Estonia (2022)

This digital workshop covers the latest public opinion and attitudinal data coming out from Estonia. More specifically, it covers Estonia attitudes related democracy, authoritarianism, and some of the most important topics of our time, including the Putin’s war in Ukraine, the European Union, the future, and more. By Dr. Matthew MacWilliams

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Public Opinion: Portugal (2021)

This digital workshop covers the latest public opinion and attitudinal data coming out from Portugal. More specifically, it covers Portuguese attitudes related democracy, authoritarianism, and some of the most important topics of our time, including the European Union, the future, and more. By Dr. Matthew MacWilliams

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Workshop Media Listening: Poland (2021)

This digital workshop covers the latest research coming out from social media conversations in Poland. It focusses on the prominence of digital narratives related to the European Union in the context of democracy, the future, and the EU Recovery Plan. Which actors are positively or negatively dominating the national digital conversations, and how impactful are they? By Maja Sawicka

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Public Opinion: Poland (2021)

This digital workshop covers the latest public opinion and attitudinal data coming out from Poland. More specifically, it covers Polish attitudes related democracy, authoritarianism, and some of the most important topics of our time, including the European Union, the future, and more. By Dr. Matthew MacWilliams

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Workshop Media Listening: Portugal (2021)

This digital workshop covers the latest research coming out from social media conversations in Portugal. It focusses on the prominence of digital narratives related to the European Union in the context of democracy, the future, and the EU Recovery Plan. Which actors are positively or negatively dominating the national digital conversations, and how impactful are they? By Rebeca Díez Escudero

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