Deputy Chief Executive of IPSOS
Deputy Chief Executive of the research institute IPSOS, Brice Teinturier has led Crédit Agricole Assurances' study looking at attitudes to risk among European people.
An expert in opinion trends in political, electoral and societal fields, he has been working for over 20 years alongside economic and political leaders to help them better understand their opinion challenges and adopt a relevant response. He also communicates extensively in the media.
A graduate of Paris Institute of Political Science, with a postgraduate DEA in philosophy, Brice Teinturier has worked successively for various research institutes, including IFOP and TNS-Sofres, where he was deputy chief executive. He lectures as part of the political and social communication master's programme at Paris I, as well as at Sciences-Po Paris' faculty of communications.
Notably with Pascal Perrineau and Olivier Duhamel, Brice Teinturier authored the annual reports on the state of public opinion for the research Institute TNS Sofres between 2005 and 2010. With Yael Azoulay and Pascal Perrineau, he has also co-authored "Qui choisir ? Présidentielle 2007" (Who to choose? 2007 presidential elections) - Editions Philippe Rey.
French people lead the way when it comes tofeeling a sense of decline or loss of status. In Germany, it is the exact opposite.
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