Ipsos India has launched Utsavnama, a month-long festival tracker which digs deeper...
The United Kingdom moves to second place, its best performance ever recorded, with reputational gains on the Governance, Culture, People, and Tourism Indices. Canada ranks in third place for a second consecutive year. There are major ranking slips in the top-10 with France’s ranking declining by three positions from second place in 2019 to fifth place in 2020, and the United States’ ranking dropping from sixth place last year to 10th this year.
In this new Ipsos India briefing paper, we examine the attitudes of the digital Indian to sharing data. We look at the affinity Indians have for digital technology, their salient data anxieties and the conflicting mindset this creates. We also highlight the implications of this mindset for brands, especially those which offer digital services.
China, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, France, Canada, Australia are world’s happiest markets; Peru, Chile, Spain, are least happy Meaningful life, physical wellbeing and meaningful employment are the top sources of happiness for urban Indians