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Research World (June 2002)

The unexpected success of Jean-Marie Le Pen in the first round of France’s recent Presidential election came as a shock for not only the nation’s politicians but its pollsters. As elsewhere, political opinion polling constitutes only a...

Catalogue: Research World 2002
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
June 1, 2002


Data combo

In recent years, the rise of the National Front party has been a major feature of the French political landscape. Understanding the drivers behind the electoral successes of that party is now crucial for mainstream parties if they want to counter it...

Catalogue: Big Data World 2016: Understanding People Through Smart Data
Authors: Laurent Florès, Antoine Moreau
June 15, 2016


The future of polling after 2020

The panelists will cover a number of areas regarding polling and the U.S. Election, including the following: - How the evidence explains what actually happened in this US election;- How criticisms of US pre-election polls have raised questions...

Catalogue: Webinars 2020
Authors: Kathy Frankovic, Clifford Alexander Young, Jennifer Agiesta, Jean-Marc Leger, Courtney Kennedy, Robert Y. Shapiro
December 16, 2020


Research World (May 2003)

The number of abstentions and undecided voters is increasing in most democracies world-wide, posing the hazardous task for pollsters to take these phenomena into account researchers' tactics for dealing with these issues vary from country to country.

Catalogue: Research World 2003
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
April 1, 2003


Research World (January 2005)

Our mission will remain to keep on improving in our work and to continue to improve. Always better. Making the difference. That includes 2005 as well. We will continue to raise issues that help to shape the discussions about, and the reputation of...

Catalogue: Research World 2005
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
January 1, 2005


Research World (January 2007)

It wasn’t so long ago that nobody knew what the man in the street was thinking, what his views about life were and what he wanted. And even if this information was available, it was hardly ever taken into account. This situation has changed...

Catalogue: Research World 2007
Author: ESOMAR B.V.
January 1, 2007

Research papers

Innovative online research

This case study describes an online qualitative research project that used innovative study design, interviewing technologies (multimedia interviewing, mobile research), and voice analysis in an effort to refine public policy for the US presidential...

Catalogue: Online Research 2009: Online Panels & Beyond
Author: Ron Riley
October 29, 2009

Research papers

The case of Tunisian elections following the Arab Spring

The role of opinion polling in new democracy countries is highlighted in this presentation. Governments and institutions must be aware of the importance of updated and accurate public opinion information, knowledge, and attitudes. Tunisia is a case...

Catalogue: Congress 2012: Accelerating Excellence
Author: Nébil Belaam
Company: EMRHOD Consulting
September 13, 2012

Research papers

Who's afraid of opinion polls?

This is a true story about a pollster and a public policy advisor, who in a small project in the Fiji Islands put public opinion polling at the forefront of public debate at an international level. The project finally gave the people of Fiji a voice....

Catalogue: Congress 2012: Accelerating Excellence
Authors: Jenny Hayward-Jones, Caz Tebbutt
September 13, 2012