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Re-Engage | Brexit, The Young and the Old

Post-Brexit Britain is in a state of political and social fracture – and there was widespread disbelief when the results were announced. Bookies had stay at 3-10 and leave at 5-2; polls suggested it was close to a foregone conclusion that the stay vote would...

Pants on Fire | Brexit and its Lies

These days it seems politicians are practically expected to lie – and no more so than in the debates pre and post the Brexit vote. Who do people think told the biggest whoppers? This research looked at social media activity in the UK from the 1st...

Boko Haram Fear and Funding Report

We used Crimson Hexagon to answer three key questions of the social media conversation in Nigeria regarding Boko Haram: What issues of social concern are Nigerians talking about on social media? How has the level of fear risen over the years? How do people that are active on...