Ipsos survey for Halifax International Security Forum finds 70% of people, on average, across 30 countries expect in the next 25 years we could see another world conflict involving superpowers similar to World Wars I & II
The reliability of online information being crucial during elections, UNESCO and Ipsos decided to conduct a survey in 16 countries where general elections will be held in 2024, and pose questions specific to this context: do people feel that disinformation have already had an impact on political life in their country? Are they concerned that disinformation will impact the next campaign?
For the first time in Anholt-Ipsos Nation Brands Index history, Japan finishes in first place, completing its steady climb from fifth place in 2019. Germany drops down to second after a six-year reign, while Canada remains in third place overall. The United Kingdom and the United States climb the ranks and place fourth and sixth, respectively. Italy drops one rank and places fifth, while France sees the largest rank change within the top ten and falls from fifth to eighth place.
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