TITLE

LES SONDAGES ÉLECTORAUX DOIVENT-ILS ÊTRE CONTRÔLÉS?

AUTHOR(S)
Antoine, Jacques
PUB. DATE
February 2007
SOURCE
Revue Française du Marketing;fev2007, Issue 211, p45
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
According to a law dated 1977, updated in 2002, electoral polls in France are regulated concerning some aspects of their production and publication. The article deals with the main points of this regulation, and presents an evaluation of its enforcement by a specific committee, la « Commission des sondages ». Improvements are then suggested, both for polling institutes and for medias, in the field of electoral polls.
ACCESSION #
24769180

 

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