A new global Ipsos survey for the World Economic Forum unveils a profound and widespread desire for change rather than a return to how things were before the COVID-19 pandemic.
More countries saw gains than incurred losses in the past month, but consumer confidence remains below pre-pandemic levels almost everywhere.
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Most do not expect any will be available before the end of year; fear of side effects is top reason for not wanting to take the vaccine.
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About 70% say abortions should be permitted ̶ down 5% from 2014 and lower than when poll began
Expectations are up significantly in nearly half of the 24 countries surveyed
Seven in ten adults worldwide (70%) say abortion should be permitted, according to a new Ipsos Global Advisor survey of nearly 17,500 men and women from 25 countries.
Two in three support restricting number of in class days while experts question effectiveness.