Australians agree we should not get involved militarily but we should supply weapons and/or air-defence systems to the Ukrainian military. As the war drags on Australians’ willingness to take in Ukranian refugees is softening
Have we reached peak inflation? Although still the top concern, worry about inflation falls for the first time in two and a half years.
Australians conflicted on future role of monarchy in Aussie affairs; more than half (54%) say Australia should end ties to British royals
Australians feeling better about 2022 than the previous two years, but struggling to be optimistic about 2023.
Rising prices, inflation and interest rates the top concerns.
Predictions range from extreme weather events, nuclear weapons and alien encounters.
In five infographics, we break down how inflation, the invasion of Ukraine, layoffs, and the pandemic, have people around the world feeling anxious going into the end-of-year shopping season.
Purchasing power is now the key priority on a global level. Despite the importance they attribute to the climate and extreme weather events, people are less inclined to become involved and are more dubious as to the human origins of the phenomenon.
At 45%, the proportion of Australians agreeing that ‘we need a strong leader willing to break the rules’ is down 8 points from 2021.
New Ipsos research conducted by Ipsos.digital and Synthesio looks at this year’s holiday shopping trends, spending habits, and gift wish lists.
A new 36-country survey for the World Economic Forum finds a growing number of people think unemployment will rise next year
Seven in 10 people in 34 countries support global rules to stop plastic pollution