15 June 2021 – STIRIPESURSE: Ludovic Orban: Romania will have resources it must use with utmost intelligence for energy projects

STIRIPESURSE: Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies Ludovic Orban said on Tuesday that moving forward Romania will have resources that it must use “with utmost intelligence” for all energy projects that are necessary for its development. More at:

MAY 2021: Public distrust: West vs. East, the Rise of Nationalism in the Disinformation Era, and the Fake News Phenomenon (I)

Download the graphic presentation: INSCOP-Full-graphic presentation_West vs. East survey Download the full data analysis: INSCOP-Full-data-analysis_West vs. East survey General conclusions of the survey The survey data reveal a strong adherence of Romanians to core western values, coupled with stricter expectations and demand for more pragmatic advantages of Euro-Atlantic integration amid the strengthening of a wave […]

16 April 2021 – TEK DEEPS: AUR surpassed USR-PLUS in the preferences of Romanians. The party in the first place

TEK DEEPS: GOLD is increasingly higher in the preferences of Romanians. The political party led by George Simion overtook the USR-PLUS party and came in third in voting intentions, according to an INSCOP poll in March. More at:

31 March 2021 – STIRIPESURSE: INSCOP survey: 55% of Romanians believe they have been exposed to fake news in recent months

STIRIPESURSE: Most Romanians believe that they have been exposed to fake news and misinformation in the recent months, according to an INSCOP survey sent to AGERPRES on Wednesday. More at:

31 March 2021 – DAILY NEWS HUNGARY: Does Hungary want to take Transylvania back?

DAILY NEWS HUNGARY: According to a new public survey, the vast majority of Romanians feel they are considered “second-class citizens” in the European Union. At the same time, almost half of the people asked think that the objective of Hungarian policy towards their country is “to break Transylvania away from Romania”. More at:

29 March 2021 – AGERPRES: INSCOP Survey: Most Romanians agree they are seen as ‘second-class citizens’ in the EU

AGERPRES: A majority of Romanians (78.2%) believe they are perceived as “second-class citizens” in the EU, according to an INSCOP poll released on Monday. The survey reveals that 78.2% of the respondents agreed with the statement that “Romanians are seen as ‘second-class citizens’ in the EU”, 20.4% disagreed with the statement, and 1.4% did not […]

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