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Quilt.AI

How do we encourage collective action on climate change in France is a report that offers an exciting look at how AI can be applied to map narratives and produce insights for collective action. To help a large environmental civil society network in France with its campaign strategy to reach different audiences, Quilt.AI in partnership with Comms Hub has taken a deeper look at the French digital…

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European Parliament

Public opinion in the EU in time of coronavirus crisis is the third round of the European Parliament´s special survey on European citizens’ attitudes and opinions over the course of the Covid-19 pandemic. It covers the support of EU citizens to a clear conditionality of EU funds to the respect of the rule of law and democratic values, the support for a larger EU budget to overcome the…

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German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF)

Transatlantic Trends 2020 is a comprehensive survey prepared by the the German Marshall Fund of the United States , the Bertelsmann Foundation, and Institut Montaigne providing insight into the opinions of French, German and American citizens on major global challenges before and after COVID – 19. The fieldwork was conducted in all three countries in January 9-22, 2020 for wave one and in May…

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European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR)

Europe’s pandemic politics: How the virus has changed the public’s worldview illustrates the results of the public opinion poll commissioned by the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) over 11,000 citizens in nine countries across Europe. The poll covers more than two-thirds of the EU’s population and GDP, and was carried out between April 23 and May 9, 2020. The study sheds light on how…

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European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR)

Together in trauma: Europeans and the world after covid-19 is based on the results of the public opinion poll commissioned by the European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR) over 11,000 citizens in nine countries across Europe. The poll accounts for around two-thirds of the EU’s population and GDP, and was carried out between April 23 and May 9, 2020. The paper explores what Europeans think…

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Jacques Delors Institute

French public opinion and Europe between distrust and ambivalence -Europe’s necessary “return to France”-  is a study prepared by Jacques Delors Institute, the Centre for Political Science Research of Sciences Po (CEVIPOF) and Kantar. It is based on the Eurobarometer surveys and its aim is to provide insight on the nature of the opinions of French citizens towards the EU. READ MORE Published on…

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Bertelsmann Stiftung

The Optimistic Gap: Personal Complacency versus Societal Pessimism in European Public Opinion is a report prepared by Bertelsmann Stiftung which analyses the gap between societal pessimism and personal optimism of EU citizens. The study also focuses on the ongoing COVID-19 crisis and draws some learnings that can be taken from times of crisis-management for politics. The survey was conducted in…

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Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)

Pathways for Citizens to Engage in EU Policymaking is a paper published in 2018 and a chapter of the book “Direct Democracy in the EU: The Myth of a Citizens’ Union”. The book is the first volume of the project “Towards a Citizens’ Union (2CU)” that has counted with the collaboration of 20 renowned think tanks from the European Policy Institutes Network (EPIN). The paper, prepared by the Centre…

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Destin Commun (More in Common France)

Finding France: Can the environment reunite France? Is a report prepared by Destin Commun that builds on the model developed for the ‘Finding France’ project. For this report, two phases were involved: a qualitative research phase, with seven focus groups that took place between 23 October and 8 November 2019 in Lille, Montpellier and Paris; and, a quantitative research phase which took place…

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V-Dem Institute

Autocratization Surges – Resistance Grows: Democracy Report 2020 is a comprehensive study prepared by V-Dem Institute that analyses the state of democracy in the world in 2019. It is based on the new version 10 of the V-Dem dataset that builds on the assessments by more than 3,000 global experts and provides almost 30 million data points on: democracy, human rights, media, civil society,…

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