Ipsos Update – August 2022
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. We explore this in more detail with articles on perceptions of inflation in the MENA region, and deep dives into concern about climate change in Switzerland and support for net zero policies in the UK. We also look at the perception of traditional and non-traditional media across the EU and how technology will influence the future of music.
Ipsos Update - July 2022
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. Alongside updates on how people around the world are reacting to cost-of-living pressures, this month’s articles focus on topics which include the demographics and psychographics of Pakistan, and the changing global attitudes towards refugees. We also take a look at the latest Ipsos Views papers on the growth of commerce ecosystems, achieving intimate consumer connections in large communities, and the use of AI to predict future innovation success.
Ipsos Update - June 2022
Inflation is a recurring theme in the articles featured this month. Other topics include the future of food, the role of cycling and how EU citizens view the EU’s response to war in Ukraine. We also feature our latest Ipsos Views on AI-enabled Consumer Intelligence and tech-enabled product innovations.
Ipsos Update - April 2022
This month sees us reflect on the impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic two years on. Our featured global surveys cover topics including gender equality and interpersonal trust. We also look at the French election ahead of this month’s vote, alongside the latest polling on the Ukraine conflict.
Global Trends 2021: Aftershocks and continuity
Most people across 25 countries now it is more important that businesses fight climate change than pay the right amount of tax. Seven in ten globally now say they tend to buy brands that reflect their personal values and that business leaders have a responsibility to speak out on social issues. Around the world, agreement on the urgency of dealing with climate change continues to rise but many other social attitudes hold steady, despite COVID-19.