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What have the candidates for the European Parliament published on Twitter, and how much have the citizens interacted with them? EuVisions analysed 2.3 million Tweets in six member states.
Income-related data relative to the German population might explain the downfall of the Social Democratic Party (SPD) over the past 15 years.
The TUI foundation, a German organisation supporting “Young Europe”-related projects, published the Young Europe 2019 study, highlighting the opinions of 16 to 26-year-old EU citizens on the integration process.
The Friedrich Ebert Stiftung released a research outlining the state of inequalities in Germany. Der Spiegel draws on the data and creates multidimensional heatmaps.
A recent poll by IPSOS Mori shows that protecting the environment is a key concern for European citizens. Mainstream parties running for seats in the EP should mind.
An article by Maarten Lambrechts analyses the distribution of cohesion funds that the European Union allocates according to the degree of local development. The resulting appearance of Europe is very different from the political map.
A new report taps into the issue of secularism in Spain. The analysis uncovers the long term evolution of the relationship between citizens and religion.
A survey conducted by YouGov for the European Council of Foreign Relations (ECFR) and published in 6 national media outlets highlights crucial concerns of EU citizens ahead of the continental elections.
PEW surveyed citizens from 10 member states to understand public opinions about the EU.
A section of the news site is now entirely dedicated to the upcoming European elections, with in-depth information on individual countries, context and selected data, and useful information.