Tension between rich and poor is seen as a key source of division around the world
Just over a third of people on average in 28 countries across the world (a Global Country Average of 35%) think that their country is divided by “culture wars” according to a new Ipsos Global Advisor poll, carried out in partnership with the Policy Institute at King’s College London. Despite this, however, there is wide variation in this opinion when looking at individual countries, and many don’t have a strong view.
Global views on LGBT+ and Pride 2021
Our latest Ipsos survey found a generational gap around gender identity and sexual attraction as well as country variety in supporting laws to protect LGBT+ people from discrimination, equal marriage and adoption rights. Here, we present the biggest insights into a global view on questions about LGBT+ Pride 2021.
Global Consumer Confidence Index: May 2021
Expectations Index is back to its pre-pandemic level with gains for the 6th month in a row. Here, we give you the summary of our Confidence Index Survey that measures consumer attitudes on the current and future state of local economies, personal finance situations, savings, and confidence to make large investments.