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He introduced a number of innovations into Czech election research. However, the renowned sociologist and analyst always sees people behind the graphs.
The Czech sociologist Daniel Prokop has participated in dozens of election and political research projects in the Czech and Slovak media. He is a co-author of some innovative research methodologies – a project of election predictions based on the continuous counting of votes, visualization of data from election research or analysis of the impact of television debates using electronic audience measurement.
Until 2018, Daniel worked for the Median agency, where he was engaged in public opinion polls, and since 2019 he has been leading his own research organization called PAQ Research. He focuses mainly on the issues of poverty and social inequality in the Czech society, including the current impact of the Covid pandemic on various groups of the population. He also works at Charles University in Prague as a member of a team dealing with research into poverty and social exclusion. Daniel has published three books and regularly appears in the media.