New Ipsos Global Trustworthiness Index shows that 6 in 10 globally rate scientists as trustworthy followed by doctors and then teachers.
Understanding consumers with and without social media.
Supporters of a total ban are a minority in all 26 countries surveyed.
New Ipsos study reveals most Americans simply enjoy the act of driving their vehicle.
One in seven say they would pay more for travel with lower carbon footprint than airplanes.
New Ipsos study shows populist and nativist sentiment growing in some countries while receding in others.
Almost half of those surveyed say AI use by companies should be more strictly regulated.
Younger, more educated consumers are more willing to use lower carbon-footprint alternatives to air travel.
New global study looks at beauty standards, ideals, and routines. With all of the attention paid to online beauty influencers, beauty brands may be missing out on a key target: mothers.
Strongest gains in optimism observed in Argentina, Turkey, China, and France; Japan, Spain, India, and Sweden see significant drops.