respondi #stayhome diary #6

Have our eating habits changed during lockdown? We took a look at France. Food is a major issue during lockdown: what products are easy to find, and those which one

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Covid-19 – What is the psychological situation of the Germans?

In cooperation with the University of Erfurt, respondi is currently analysing how the German population perceives the situation with regard to the corona virus on a weekly basis in COVID-19

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respondi #stayhome diary #5

In the fifth part of our diary we take a closer look at the lockdown observations of the population in a comparison of European countries – between free riding and

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respondi #stayhome diary #4

Let’s activate reluctant targets! For our fourth episode of our lockdown diary, let’s return to France. For Paris and part of the Southwest (Toulouse, and the Atlantic coast), last Friday

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Coronavirus: What are people interested in?

It comes as no surprise, that the interest in news has risen since the beginning of the crisis: In France, Germany and the UK, the traffic on news websites has

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respondi #stayhome diary #3

In Germany on the 22nd March, new regulations were released. Whilst the new rules are similar to those of the of the locked down world, they are a little softer

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respondi #stayhome diary #2

This is part 2 of our Lockdown Diary series, with part 1 focusing on France. Today we look at the web navigation data in the UK: based on the data

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respondi and Covid-19: We answer your FAQs

We received a lot of messages asking us mainly 3 questions: How are we doing? We’re happy that all of our team members and their families are doing well. All

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respondi #stayhome diary #1

All over Europe people are being told to stay home. We have taken a look at our behavioral panel in France to see to what extent the behavior of the

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Our “appiness project”

The internet has been hailed as a revolutionary tool for bringing people together, sharing knowledge and engaging audiences. However, there have also been claims the internet has become addictive, increased

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