Ipsos releases an update to Global Trends 2023: Polarisation, Pessimism and Positivity
As 2023 draws to a close, the polycrisis grinds on. Each component – political uncertainty, climate change, and war to name just a few – has arguably worsened. This is reflected in our end of year update, and in the increasing sense of pessimism we felt as we wrote this report.
Hong Kong Financial Services Survey - Women's Financial Habits and Attitudes Highlight
Hong Kong Financial Services Survey is a syndicated survey that leverages Ipsos’ data-collection capabilities, unparalleled expertise in the financial-services sector, and in-depth knowledge of people, markets and society.
AXA Future Risks Report 2023: A world in polycrisis
AXA has published the tenth edition of its Future Risks Report. Carried out among 3,500 experts in 50 countries and a representative sample of 20,000 members of the general population in 15 countries, this study measures and ranks their perception of evolving and rising risks. Since 2020, this report has been produced in partnership with Ipsos. The data is then analyzed by the AXA Group's in-house experts.
Earth Day 2023 – Is concern and focus slipping on climate change?
A new global Ipsos survey of 21,231 adults reveals that, on average across 29 countries, just under a third (31%) of people agree that their government has a clear plan in place for how government, businesses and people are going to work together to tackle climate change. Agreement has fallen since last year by an average of eight percentage points across the 26 countries surveyed both in 2022 and this year.