About us

INSCOP Research was born in 2013 as a Romanian private, neutral company of social and marketing research.
INSCOP Research’s experts have an experience of more than twenty years in rigorous empirical research and academic activities.
Today, INSCOP Research is one of the most active and respected polling company in Romania, a recognizable brand, appreciated for the quality and impartiality of the products it delivered,.
INSCOP Research is the only polling company in Romania that has a firm, long-term partnership with a top Romanian newspaper – “Adevarul”/ “The Truth”.
The main product designed for the general public is “INSCOP Barometer – ADEVĂRUL/THE TRUTH about Romania”, currently at its 23rd edition.
INSCOP Research’s studies are quoted in thousands of articles in Romania, and worldwide, (Reuters, Washington Times), national and international official reports (Romanian public institutions reports, European Commission Country Reports), think-tanks reports (Center for European Policy Analysis –CEPA, etc), academic journals.
Besides opinion polls and statistical analysis for clients in a variety of fields, such as banking, retail, academic or political, INSCOP Research collected data for international clients and offers a large palette of both qualitative and quantitative services.
INSCOP products are based on a rigorous research methodology and data analysis. The data collection process is conducted by extensive networks of experienced field operators, coordinated by our partner CT&Research, which assures a high degree of accuracy.

 

Cornel Mihali, research managercornel

Cornel Mihali is a sociologist, with an experience of over 20 years in conducting and organizing sociological studies, opinion polls and market research. He coordinated several exit polls during local, parliamentary and European parliamentary elections and he has an extensive experience in developing marketing strategies. He has a bachelor degree in sociology from the “Babeș Bolyai” University, in Cluj-Napoca and he has a master’s degree in sociology with the specialization “Population. Communication. Collective behavior”. Currently he writes specialized articles for adevarul.ro

 

 

Roxana Bratupoza_cv_Roxana_Bratu

Roxana Bratu has a PhD in Sociology at the University of Bucharest. She attended a MA programme in Anthropology and Community Development at the Faculty of Sociology and Social Work, University of Bucharest. She holds a bachelor degree in Sociology (the Communication and Public Opinion programme) from the same university. She joined the INSCOP Research team in 2015.

   

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