World Economic Forum: LGBT+ City Ratings Including RIWI Data

RIWI’s global LGBT+ data were released at the 2018 World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland as part of the annual Open for Business report, which focuses on business and development around the world, demonstrating that open, inclusive, and diverse societies are better for economic growth. In addition to the overall report’s Global Situation analysis, RIWI […]

World Economic Forum: Oxfam/RIWI Income Inequality Data Released

RIWI data were released by Oxfam at the World Economic Forum, in Davos, Switzerland on January 22nd. Data commissioned by Oxfam regarding attitudes towards inequality across multiple middle and high-income countries were released as part of the report Reward Work, Not Wealth which highlights the facts and figures of the ongoing global income inequality crisis. […]

RIWI Predicts the 2017 Australian Same-Sex Marriage Referendum

  RIWI successfully predicted the outcome of the Australian same-sex marriage referendum based on a Viacom / RIWI survey which revealed 60% support for same-sex marriage in Australia – nearly matching the 61.6% result of the public referendum in Australia (conducted officially in Australia via the country’s postal service between September 12 and November 7 […]

Foreign Mining in Ecuador: A Net Positive Effect on the Community and the Economy

Public policy economist Patrick Luciani of the Global Cities Institute at the University of Toronto highlighted RIWI data streams about foreign mining projects in Ecuador in the December 2017 issue of the Canadian Mining Journal. The data suggest that the people of Ecuador share mixed views toward foreign mining; the author’s interpretation suggests there may […]

Data Driven Policy Development Using Citizen Voice

In this webinar, RIWI’s Global Head, Citizen Engagement, Eric Meerkamper, discusses how RIWI technology is used to gather citizen opinion data for data-driven policy development and program initiatives, highlighting examples of RIWI’s applications in global monitoring and evaluation. RIWI has collected opinion data on topics such as food security, gender equality, and public support for […]

RIWI profiled in Fall 2017 Issue of MicroCap Review

RIWI was featured as a Cover Story Company Profile in Fall 2017 Issue of MicroCap Review: “Ever since my graduate work at Harvard studying the misery after a pandemic or terrorist attack, I’ve been fixated on one problem: How do you obtain scientifically reliable, random and predictive data about people’s true fears, actions and behavior from anywhere in the […]

RIWI and A Beautiful World: NYU

“We desperately need to understand the truth, no matter how ugly that truth may be.” – Neil Seeman, Chairman and CEO, RIWI Corp. – Listen to a presentation for New York University on April 7, 2017 by RIWI CEO Neil Seeman, where he discusses RIWI’s vision and patented technology that uncovers the truth anywhere in […]

RIWI Zika Sentiment Data Profiled in The Guardian: Many Latin Americans lack faith in handling of crisis

As the Zika virus continues to spread rapidly through the Americas, RIWI conducted a survey in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, and Venezuela to track people’s varying levels of confidence in government and public health authorities. Read more on this exclusive data RIWI shared with The Guardian. Photograph: Ueslei Marcelino/Reuters

Washington Examiner: How Putin’s deft moves in Syria impact Europe

Following the ISIS attack in Paris and the bombing of a Russian passenger plane, Russia ramped up its bombing campaign in Iraq and Syria while the United States did not make any significant strategic changes. RIWI began tracking citizen attitudes in Russia and the United States towards their respective governments’ responses to the ISIS threat. […]

Georgetown Journal: Turkey’s Election Turmoil

In the ten days prior to the elections in Turkey on November 1, 2015, Turkish in-market data companies are prohibited from publishing their poll results. RIWI’s virtual survey from thousands of miles away continued, and its data published in a Special Edition of the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs on October 28, 2015 showed increasing […]