Maud Reveilhac

MA in Survey Methodology and Public Opinion

Scientific collaborator

Office 5432

+41 (0)21 692 37 58

Languages: French, English, German, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Arabic


After a Bachelor in Political Science at Lausanne University, Maud Reveilhac received her M.A. in Survey Methodology and Public Opinion from the Universities of Lausanne, Luzern and Neuchatel in February 2018. She started working at FORS as a scientific collaborator in April 2018. Her work involves survey preparation and management, as well as data preparation and analysis for repeated international surveys in Switzerland (especially the ESS) and for large-scale web surveys for SELECTS, as well as other projects at FORS.


During her Mater Thesis, Maud Reveilhac chose a social psychology orientation. She focused on political behaviour with special interest on direct democracy and political institutions, especially Swiss politics. As a student-assistant, she has collaborated on the methodological and analytical parts of various projects in the fields of political and social sciences. She is particularly interested in the development and challenges of new technology for conducting survey research and is currently writing her PhD Thesis on the relationship between populism and direct democracy.