Our research institute regularly carries out large sample researches to gain a deeper understanding of the information society in our country and in neighbouring countries. As part of our social engagement, we make the full database of our data available to the public, hoping to enrich the information society research with primary data. The databases are licensed under the Creative Commons CC BY-NC-ND. If you are interested in the databases and questionnaires, please contact Árpád Rab at firstname.lastname@example.org. All our data are representative of the total Hungarian population by gender, age, education and type of settlement.
- Trust, Awareness and Alarm on the Internet 2019 – Longitudinal domestic basic research.
Date of data collection: November 2019.
The report is available here: Trust, Awareness and Alarm on the Internet
- Trust, Awareness and Alarm on the Internet 2020 – Longitudinal domestic basic research.
In addition to the longitudinal complement to the 2019 survey results, a separate block looked at the impact of the restrictions due to the coronavirus on online attitudes.
- Internet Attitudes – Our region and the world wide web. Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Romania – international research and analysis. Time of data collection: October and November 2019.
The report is available here: Internet Attitudes - Our region and the world wide web
- Trust, Awareness and Alarm on the Internet 2021 – The third data collection of longitudinal domestic basic research. Time of data collection: November 2021.
The report is available here (in Hungarian): A pandémia hatása a magyar információs társadalomra 1.
- Smartphone addiction research – 15 questions mini survey. Time of data collection: November 2021.
The report is available here (in Hungarian): Okostelefon-függőség a magyar társadalomban
- DIGCOMP research – Using a 50-question questionnaire based on the DIGCOMP index, we conducted a unique, representative survey to assess the digital skills of the Hungarian population. Time of data collection: November 2021.
- Facebook research – A 70-question questionnaire was used to drill down into Facebook usage, with a focus on attitudes, bans and how they are handled, and trust in the social space.. Time of data collection: November 2021.
The researchers participating in the research:
Research leader: Török Bernát, Rab Árpád