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dpa-infocom (dpa)

dpa-infocom is a 100 percent subsidiary of the German Press Agency (Deutsche Presseagentur, dpa) and specializes in innovative multimedia information services.

dpa-infocom develops, realizes and operates customized content and
solutions for online, mobile and print. As a bridge between editorial staff and technology, dpa-
infocom combines the basic formats of the dpa group into multimedia “ready-to-publish”
products and makes them available in modern formats via programming interfaces (APIs).

dpa-infocom uses Europe Elects’ database in products relating to elections and polling.

Decision Desk HQ (DDHQ)

Decision Desk HQ (DDHQ) is an American website that focuses on reporting election results in the United States. The website was founded in 2012 by Brandon Finnigan as an alternative to what he deemed “slow” election calls by the Associated Press. The company’s president is Drew McCoy. Decision Desk HQ uses an application programming interface (API) to get election results at the same time as they are published on websites provided by election officials.

Europe Elects and DDHQ established a partnership in September 2021.

See the press release on the DDHQ website.

European Foundation for South Asian Studies (EFSAS)

Located in Amsterdam, EFSAS is an EU-accredited leading independent, non-profit think tank and policy research institution. EFSAS provides strategic in-depth analysis, research, statistical data, policy advice and forecasts related to developments in the fields of politics, international relations, conflict management, human rights, security, diplomacy, strategic affairs, and conflict resolution in South Asia. EFSAS’ core specialisation is in the fields of Terrorism, Indo-Pak relations, Human Rights, Conflict Resolution and the Jammu & Kashmir conflict.

EFSAS keeps furnishing high-quality policy analysis and recommendations regarding South Asia to decision-making institutions, opinion-makers, civil society and academics. 


EURACTIV is a pan-European media network specialized in EU policies, founded in 1999 by the French media publisher Christophe Leclercq. Its headquarters and central editorial staff are located in Brussels, although its content is produced by about 50 journalists staffed in Belgium, Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland, Romania, Serbia, and Slovakia. Articles are freely available in English and 11 other European languages.

Europe Elects and Euractiv established a partnership in July 2021.

See the press release on the Euractiv website.


ETERON Institute for Research and Social Change is a non-profit organisation, based in Athens, Greece. In the context of its research activities, it works to strengthen arguments, ideas, people, and organisations to assist in the making of a society in which the actual needs of the people will be at the centre of the public debate.

Along with investing in research and policymaking, ETERON builds partnerships based on respect, dedication, common core values and openness. They create spaces for dialogue and advocate for an inclusive and well-informed society in Greece and Europe.

Financial Times

The Financial Times (FT) is a daily newspaper printed in broadsheet and published digitally that focuses on business and economic current affairs. The paper was founded in 1888 as the London Financial Guide before rebranding a year later as the Financial Times.

The Financial Times used Europe Elects’ polling data to produce its 2019 EU parliament election projection.

See the methodology described on the Financial Times’ website. is an independent, European civic-tech organisation that engages citizens, associations, public institutions, businesses and the media in the positive transformation of society. The team develops large-scale collective intelligence methods and AI-driven participatory tools.’s operations are designed to trigger positive impact. systematically respects a Code of ethics under the supervision of an independent Ethics Council. In just a few years, has engaged more than 9 million citizens, more than 50 public institutions (all levels), almost 600 NGOs and more than 80 private companies.

The New Federalist 

The New Federalist is a political online magazine that deals with European political issues. The magazine is funded by the Young European Federalists and is run by young volunteers. The magazine was founded in spring 2009 and focuses on EU and European politics.

Europe Elects and The New Federalist established a partnership in August 2020.

See the press release on The New Federalist website.

The Executive Approval Project

The Executive Approval Project is a cross-national effort to measure and analyze public support for political executives. It is coordinated by a core team consisting of Ryan E. Carlin, Jonathan Hartlyn, Timothy Hellwig, Gregory J. Love, Cecilia Martinez-Gallardo, and Matthew M. Singer. It is supported by Country Teams and Pollitik, a faculty-student research lab at Georgia State University.

The Executive Approval Project provides Executive Approval polling for France to Europe Elects since 2020.