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Brussels Stakeholder Research

From our Brussels Office, ComRes offers unique omnibus research tools and the full range of bespoke qualitative and quantitative research. Tools include our Europoll survey of Members of the European Parliament, and our Brussels Influencers Panel.


ComRes can conduct the full range of bespoke quantitative and qualitative research in Brussels. This includes face to face, telephone, and online surveys; qualitative depth interviews and focus groups.

ComRes conducts qualitative depth interviews among Commission officials, members of the permanent representations, committee raporteurs, and other non-political stakeholders. Audiences in the past have included nutrition experts, company CEOs, and academics. Our quantitative research can survey consumer or B2B audiences in any of the 27 member states, and using any regional, demographic, or perception criteria to design samples.

In addition we offer two unique stakeholder omnibus survey panels.

EUROPOLL: An omnibus Survey of Members of the European Parliament

Europoll™ is an omnibus panel survey featuring a robust guaranteed sample of 100 MEPs, fully representative of the Parliament by region and party group. Core group analysis is also available, which will separately measure the views of MEPs on the committees that matter most to your organisation. Full results and analysis are available eight weeks after the beginning of fieldwork.

Results are analysed by party group, European region, age and gender.



The Brussels Influencers Panel

An omnibus survey panel of the opinion formers in Brussels who influence legislative outcomes, and help shape legislators' perceptions. This regular online survey has a guaranteed sample size of 200, including employees of the Commission, of European agencies and of Permanent Representations, MEPs' staffers, business leaders, interest groups, NGOs, academics and the media.





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