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The impact of COVID crisis on European public opinion - Part 2

Online. Friday, 17 December 2021,  12:30-2:00pm CET

On 17 December 2021, the Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS) and the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (FES) unveiled the second and last part of the research project “The impact of COVID crisis on European public opinion”, which has been realised in cooperation with Instituto Cattaneo.

In the span of 18 months - and with the help of DYNATA - we asked twice to 6000 citizens from across 6 Members States how they felt, what they thought about the EU and their respective states at the time of crisis, whom they entrusted their safety and hopes into, as also what they thought the future of Europe would entail from this point onwards.

The very final report drafted by Kieskompass, which also featured national case studies and comparative aspects, is designed as a useful handbook for all the Progressives – who enter into public debates to argue for more social solidarity, justice and a new kind of social contract.

 

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