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The complete picture of politics
The combination of the two packages gives you access to financial records and analysis of social media standing for politicians and political parties. Together, the two packages provide a more comprehensive look into the European Union’s political scene.

Social package
  • Profiles of more than 200 political parties
  • Profiles of more than 1,100 politicians
  • Tracking of Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube status
  • Survey of all 28 European Union member states
  • Popularity rankings

Financial package
  • Profiles of more than 200 political parties
  • Analysis of over 1,300 financial statement
  • Inclusion of over 80,000 donors
  • Survey of all 28 European Union member states
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The most powerful party president 2015

SEARCH PERIOD: 2015 | COUNTRY: Croatia, Hungary and Italy

Which political party president attracted the most money? This PD Tool indicates party president worth *per day or *per hour. Comparing Croatia, Hungary and Italy in 2015., the richest president was Matteo Renzi (PD), attracting 61,063 uero per day, while Matteo Salvini (LN) was second best with 22,727 euro per day. Croatian Tomislav Karamarko (HDZ) gathering 21,620 euro per day, while Zoran Milanović (SDP) with 16,707 euro per day take fourth place. Hungarian best, on this ranking was hungarian Viktor Orban, with 9,576 euro per day.

*President value by day calculation: total income of political party / 365 days.
*President value by hour calculation: total income of political party / 8,760 hours.


Croatian right wing donors outspent left wing backers by 680% in 2015

SEARCH PERIOD: 2014 and 2015 | COUNTRY: Croatia

Political party donors in Croatia were five times more generous during the last parliamentary elections in 2015 when they donated 2.527.229 euros, in comparison to 505.208 euros that they contributed in 2014, the year of the EU elections. More striking difference was in 2015 when the right wing backers outspent the left wing backers by 680%. The right wing political parties received 2.087.114 euro (HDZ, HDSSB, HSS, MOST i HKS) in donations while left wing parties attracted mere 307.045 euros (HNS, SDP, ORAH, IDS). Centre party, MB 365, collected 133.070 euro.
In 2015, left wing parties have less generous donors – 1,046 donors contributed on average 294 euros, while 3,490 right wing donors gave away 598 euros. Most charitable were backers of Milan Bandic’s party, 103 donors gave on average 1.292 euros.


The most powerful party presidents 2013

SEARCH PERIOD: 2013 | COUNTRY: Germany and United Kingdom

Which political party president attracted the most money, from which country and from which political party? This PD tool indicates party president worth *per day or *per hour. Comparing Germany and the UK in 2013, the richest president was Germany's Sigmar Gabriel (SPD) attracting 450,844 euro per day, while German Angela Merkel (CDU) was second best with 413,977 euro per day. The first UK politician in our graph is only in a sixth place, Ed Miliband (Labour Party) worth was 107,542 euro per day.

*President value by day calculation: total income of political party / 365 days.
*President value by hour calculation: total income of political party / 8,760 hours.


Best to worst on Facebook

SEARCH PERIOD: 22 March, 2015. | COUNTRY: France, Germany, Italy, Malta and United Kingdom

German Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) was the most popular political party president in the European Union in 2015., according to the number of Facebook likes. She reached 1,914,935 likes 22. march 2015. Merkel is followed by Italy's Beppe Grillo (M5S) who reached 1,859,103 Facebook likes, while the third place belongs to Matteo Salvini from Lega Nord in Italy with 1,403,802 likes. For a more comprehensive view on the popularity of party presidents, view the table below. At the same time, we see that the popularity rankings in 2015 change while analysing Facebook likes of politicians with regards to their penetration to population. In figures, the first position with highest penetration is occupied by Malta's Joseph Muscat (Labour party) with 65,872 likes and 429,344 inhabitants in Malta. Consult PD Social Package to learn how successful are other politicians.


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Data with focus

Money influences politics. Politics impacts progress and achievement and steers the fate of businesses and individuals. With access to Political Data, you can follow the money in EU politics and stay abreast of up-to-date statistics and trends affecting decision-making across the union. Whether you’re interested in staying abreast of the political competition, guiding your business development, or analyzing the political scene, Political Data answers all of your questions:

  • How do the finances of political parties in Germany, France and the UK compare?
  • Who are the most generous donors in Italy?
  • Who are the most loyal donors in the Netherlands?
  • Who is the most powerful party president in Spain?
  • How much do individuals contribute to the total income of political parties in Croatia?

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