Beyond Populism; mixed bag for Indians: Ipsos Survey
A new survey to capture elements beyond populism finds that Indians are optimistic about the future of India, have confidence in most macro institutions, are quite rigid about their leaders and leadership style, but largely feel the system is broken.
Fake News, filter bubbles, post truth afflict others: Ipsos Survey
A major new Ipsos study of over 19000 people in 27 countries shows that the majority of Indians say that they regularly see fake news and half of them said that they believed a fake story, only to discover later that it was fake. Notably, the survey further shows our trust in politicians and media declining.
80% Indians Want Discrimination Against Transgender to End: Survey
While the world is becoming more tolerant of the third gender, with at least 72 per cent Indians perceiving transgender people as a natural occurrence, India has become the top most nation to believe that it is not a mental disease, said the Ipsos Global Survey on transgender people along with Buzzfeed and Williams Institute.
2018 Summer Holiday Plans Among Europeans, Americans and Asians
Europ Assistance releases its 18th annual Barometer on Summer holidays, focusing on Europe's, America's, and the first time Asia's holidays plans. In 2018, summer holiday plans are consolidating in all countries with a stable budget in Europe and the United States, India and China, while increasing in Brazil. Millennials are disrupting traditional practices giving new strength to alternative lodging and online reviews in all markets including India.Social media are becoming a holidays must-have for India and China, the United States and Brazil while Europeans disconnect more easily. 60% of Indians and Chinese will not disconnect from work during their holidays; most Europeans intend to disconnect completely from work during their holidays.