How can reluctance towards vaccination be better tackled?

  Vaccination against Covid-19 is one of the most important measures for the return of normal life. However, the success of the vaccination campaign is not guaranteed. According to the

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Young Germans feel ignored and let down by politics

Do young voters trust politics? And how do they view the future? On behalf of the Generationen Stiftung, we surveyed 1,500 people in Germany between the ages of 16 and

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Which vaccines are preferred – and what are the criteria?

Let’s assume for a minute, we could choose which vaccination we receive – which one would be the choice of those willing to be vaccinated and what would be their

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Solidarity prevails, but patience is waning – Youth and Covid-19 in Germany

Acceptance of Covid-19 related measures, which are (still) in place, such as keeping your distance, washing hands and wearing masks (66%), as well as considering the safety of family members,

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Another virtual GOR – what are the learnings from last year?

In an interview with planung&analyse, our CEO Otto Hellwig, who was re-elected chairman of the DGOF (German Society for Online Research) this year, talked about plans for this year’s General

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Covid-19 – What about the psychological situation of Germans? (Analysis of the 43rd Data Collection)

On behalf of the COSMO consortium, we regularly conduct the data collection for the COVID-19 Snapshot Monitoring (COSMO). This study examines how the public perceives the situation regarding the coronavirus.

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“Risks that matter” – respondi supporting again the cross-national OECD study

COVID-19 has brought about the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, bringing along dramatic effects on economy and society. The 2020 OECD “Risks that matter” study points out people’s

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Young Germans 2021 – What makes 14-39 year olds tick?

Simon Schnetzer has been researching the living and working environments of 14-39 year olds in Germany since 2010. His recent study ‘Young Germans 2021’ has recently been published. The study

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Lockdown home schooling: 23% of German children spend less than 2 hours a day on school work

School closures during lockdown is a much-debated subject. Already in June 2020, we worked together with the ifo Institute, to find out how German children spend their time when their

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Why are Germany’s COVID-19 tracking apps not used more?

Almost a year after German public health authorities introduced the Bluetooth-based Corona-Warn-App, adoption of the app is still limited, while privately developed solutions have entered the market. To understand the

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Highlights from our UK office

Office life isn’t the same as it used to be over a year ago, as you are probably all experiencing too. Our UK office has been looking empty like this

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How to… optimise e-commerce – Find out in our cosmetics use case!

If you want to know how to reach them, you have to know where they are. Where do women go to browse for make-up on the internet? Are they most

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Let’s meet at succeet!

Things are back on the move in the events world! With the pandemic as a trigger and driver of innovation, a lot has changed. On the one hand, we feel

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After a year of the pandemic – Germans are exhausted but positive about the future

How are Germans feeling after a year of Corona and how high is their current willingness to vaccinate? On behalf of the SINUS Institute, we conducted a national-representative survey from

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Test, trace and isolate – how well does it work in the UK?

Do people test and isolate when they have symptoms of covid-19? Do they recognise the symptoms of the virus? And how well do the tracing measures work? To answer these

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We support academic research!

Science is of utmost importance to us – not only do our samples and methods meet scientific standards, but more and more international scientific institutions also rely on our samples

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