We are a research institute specialized in collecting and analyzing social data. We develop advanced methodologies for processing online conversations in order to measure their dynamics, detect weak signals, and identify accelerations.
Opsci and Cluster 17 have joined forces to offer a unique opinion analysis service combining social data intelligence and clustered surveys. Our unique and proven methods allow for unprecedented acuity in flash or long-term studies.
Opsci and Cluster 17 have studied for the Fondation Jean-Jaurès the breakthrough of online radicalism narratives to understand the evolution of public debate on the climate crisis in 2023, particularly the rise of anti-ecological and climate conspiracy arguments, and assess their prevalence and potential for diffusion among the French population.
Measuring the impact of radical distrust narratives disseminated by anti-vaccine communities against ecology on French public opinion
Evaluating the importance of social networks as new mass media and their role in diversifying climate-related topics and concerns
Implementation of the Climate Conversation Observatory on French Twitter
Development and implementation of deep learning topic mining methodologies for massive content analysis
Identification of trends and weak signals in the Climate Conversation
Understanding and analysis of communities engaged or positioning themselves on the climate issue
Development of a comprehensive methodology for opinion trajectory analysis, combining online trace monitoring and representative surveys.
Identification of the reappropriation of the climate issue by the entire political world and the rise of anti-ecological counter-discourses
Highlighting the growing power of conspiracy theories regarding climate, particularly among anti-vaccine communities
Conducting a clustered survey, the results of which confirm the potential for diffusion of climate conspiracy theories observed online: three out of ten French people adhere to a climate conspiracy statement on climate dictatorship, and eight out of ten believe that the poorest pay for the climate and energy crisis while the richest are responsible..
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Opsci et Cluster 17 s’associent pour proposer une offre inédite d’analyse de l’opinion combinant intelligence de la social data et sondages clusterisés.