Surveys

2022 THE POPULIST RISK IN FRANCE

on November 6th, 2019

The 2017 presidential election was marked by an anti-establishment vote of an unprecedented magnitude in our electoral history. Since then, far from ebbing, protest  seems to have become a permanent feature. Moreover, it has taken on multiple forms. In addition to the usual social movements, the Yellow Vests, the ZAD, the Animalists or climate change […]

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NEW GLOBAL SURVEY – DEMOCRACIES UNDER PRESSURE – VOLUME I. THE ISSUES

on May 19th, 2019

The idea of democracy has revolutionized the world. It is based on a political order whose main feature is making the exercise of power subject to the consent of the governed. It spread across Europe in the 19th century, powering nations with the emancipating force of the peoples’ right to self-determination. During the 20th century […]

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NEW GLOBAL SURVEY – DEMOCRACIES UNDER PRESSURE – VOLUME II. THE COUNTRIES

on May 19th, 2019

The idea of democracy has revolutionized the world. It is based on a political order whose main feature is making the exercise of power subject to the consent of the governed. It spread across Europe in the 19th century, powering nations with the emancipating force of the peoples’ right to self-determination. During the 20th century […]

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Order democracies under pressure now (package of volumes I and II)

on May 19th, 2019

The idea of democracy has revolutionized the world. It is based on a political order whose main feature is making the exercise of power subject to the consent of the governed. Since its ancient and glorious Athenian roots, the idea has spread across land and sea. The English Bill of Rights in 1689, the United […]

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The French against the crisis of democracy: Immigration, Populism, Trump, Europe…

on September 21st, 2018

Between the fear of globalization, rejection of immigration, rise of Islamism and populism, in a context of upheaval in the world’s order, relations between Europe and the United States are suffering through the most important crisis in their history. The weakening of the transatlantic relationship, multilateralism, NATO, as well as the divisions within the European […]

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What next for democracy?

on November 15th, 2017

Edited by Dominique Reynié – November 2017 Fondation pour l’innovation politique, Paris, 2017, 320 pages “What next for democracy?” is available here The democratic world is showing signs of increasing weakness, a process that has now been taking place for several years. Rising abstention rates, the significant vote share achieved by populist parties, and the crisis affecting […]

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RESULTS OF A PAN-EUROPEAN SURVEY

on October 9th, 2015

In December 2014, Dalia partnered with some of the world’s leading market research institutes, online panel providers and think tanks to explore the scope and limits of real-time mobile sampling. This report provides an overview and analysis of the research project, which covered 28 EU countries. To better understand fieldwork dynamics, user behaviour, completion rates, […]

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Future memories

on April 7th, 2015

The Fondation pour l’innovation politique and the Fondation pour la Mémoire de la Shoah wished to work together to identify the memories of the last century from which our present century – the 21st – will be formed.

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Anti-Semitic Attitudes in France: New Insights

on March 12th, 2015 | Anti-Semitic, Anti-Semitism

For more than 10 years, the Jews of France have been living in a state of anxiety. They no longer recognize France, the Republic they love, the country of human rights and of universalism. They see the resurgence of a dark side of the French experience that they had thought was eradicated forever. This report, presenting the findings of the surveys, helps us to gauge the level of anti-Semitism in the country and pinpoint those sectors of society that are most prone to espouse it.

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Sweden-2011 World Youths

on May 2nd, 2011

Following the "2011 World Youths" study, the Fondation pour l’innovation politique is publishing the detailed results in the languages of the 25 countries in which the research was conducted. We are continuing this series today with the results in Swedish.

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