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  • Population surveys

    Population surveys help local communities, towns, districts or cantons to identify potential problem areas based on fact and implement the appropriate actions. Repeated regularly, these surveys ensure that the impact of these actions can also be assessed. Population surveys serve as a decision-making tool for longer-term planning, the in-depth analysis of topic-related or on-going issues (e.g. municipal waste management, traffic, …), for analysis of specific events (e.g. the unexpected outcome of a vote) or for undesirable trends (e.g. migration due to demographic change).
    Thanks to our long-standing experience and method-appropriate benchmark values we offer you the optimal prerequisites for successful and contextual implementation.

    Matthias Winzer
    Head of Population Surveys                           
    +41 41 367 73 98

  • Social research

    As the largest social research institute in Switzerland plus 30 years expertise, we can offer you an array of benefits. LINK Institut’s long-standing, successful collaboration with numerous federal agencies, universities and public offices testifies to this and guarantees the high-quality implementation of your project.
    Alongside the benefits of a broad-based full-service institute working with the complete spectrum of methods (telephone, face-to-face, web-based, written, mixed-mode) there are even more advantages to be had …

    • Comprehensive, topic-based, methodological and technical experience (proprietary research system)
    • Largest and highly trained interviewing team: experienced and specialised interviewers for social research studies
    • Four interview sites and five institute locations in Switzerland: language competence centres in all parts of the country!

    Urs Aellig
    Head of Social Research
    +41 41 367 72 22