Coming soon: Fleishman-Hillard’s European Parliament Digital Trends Survey

January 21, 2011 at 2:44 pm 1 comment

A short note to announce that we will be launching our second study on MEPs’ use of the Internet on January 25th. In the study, we explore their use of digital channels to communicate with constituents and others, as well as how they use the web and other channels to inform themselves on policy matters.

After the success of our previous study in 2009, we wanted to repeat the exercise to see how much the new parliament differs from the old, and how the MEPs’ usage has changed now they are no longer in an election year. What’s more, it is interesting to note how much impact the last 18 months of social media publicity has made on MEP habits.

The report will be published at www.epdigitaltrends.eu. Sign up now if you wish to be notified on the day or watch this space!

Rosalyn

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