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Our first research round-up reflects on 2020 and looks forward at the year ahead. Featured topics include vaccines, behaviour change, food trends and look at the local story in a selection of countries.
After a 2020 that is rated as the worst year for some time, people around the world are looking forward to 2021 for their country, their families and themselves.
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This has been a year of momentous change. As we pause to reflect at the end of the year, we present some Ipsos research highlights you may have missed during the dizzying events of 2020.
The November 30th Federal Fiscal Update promised Canadians a down-payment on transformative green initiatives.
Brands face a major hurdle in the form of accurate trend analysis. Trends have the power to sell out products in minutes or shift consumer preferences over the years.
We share insights into what Canadians are looking for from businesses, along with customer choice drivers.
This year’s holiday wish from Ipsos echoes consumer sentiments.
As the race to develop a COVID-19 vaccine continues at speed, the world faces many more questions than answers – not the least of which is, how far will it take us on the journey back to ‘normal’…?
The final edition of Ipsos Update of 2020 includes research and analysis on key topics including health, sustainability, gender equality and retail. We also look at public opinion on international security and the reputation of different countries around the world.
The success of a COVID-19 vaccine is one of the biggest challenges we face globally. This paper explores the opportunities and obstacles that lie ahead.