With recent record-high temperatures in Europe in mind, Ben Page introduces this month’s edition with reflections on whether the more urgent threat of inflation threatens to overshadow the global public’s concern about climate change.
Ben Page introduces July’s edition of Ipsos Update with his reflections on the mounting public concern about inflation and the consequences of this for consumer spending.
Inflation is a recurring theme in the articles featured this month. Other topics include the future of food, the role of cycling and AI-enabled Consumer Intelligence and tech-enabled product innovations.
Happiness, Identity, and global reactions to the war in Ukraine are among the featured topics in this month’s edition. Also featured: our Earth Day 2022 reports.
This month sees us reflect on the impacts of the COVID pandemic two years on. Our featured global surveys cover topics including gender equality and interpersonal trust. We also look at the latest polling on the Ukraine conflict.
Opinion polling, the year ahead in Brazil, gender inequality in Japan, and the future of ageing are all featured topics in this month’s round-up of research and thinking from Ipsos teams around the world.
Trustworthiness, Artificial Intelligence and Wellness are among the big topics in this month’s research digest from Ipsos.
We start the year with a look at the global public’s predictions for 2022 and the latest research on the key issues ahead, including inflation, living with Covid-19, and climate change.
This month’s edition features stories on how global values are shifting, international threats and responses, the COP26 climate change conference, today’s retail environment, and perspectives on women’s experiences.
Our monthly round-up of research and thinking from Ipsos around the world includes new global reports on the topics of health, trustworthiness, and infrastructure. Also discover the latest white papers on empathy, insights, and retail trends.