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European Elections 2014 : Ketchum tracks an evolving paradigm change

European Elections 2014 : Ketchum tracks an evolving paradigm change

  In less than a month from now, on 22 – 25 May, voters in the European Union will elect a new European Parliament (EP). Those elections will be followed, later this year, by the appointment of a new European Commission. With concerns about unemployment, slow emergence from the economic crisis, security concerns, climate change there is no shortage of campaign issues. In addition the media have identified a general feeling of “euro-fatigue” and expect strong support for parties on the far left and right, including many that are anti-establishment or “Eurosceptic”. This risks turning the elections in some countries into a referendum on the EU, rather than a vote on policies to address the real and very important issues at stake. Ketchum Brussels, in partnership with Traackr, has been tracking the debate on these issues on the main social media. You may want to have a look at who’s[...]

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