The average global economic assessment of national economies surveyed in 28 countries remains unchanged this wave with 46% of global citizens rating their national economies as ‘good’.
Welcome to Ipsos Update – our monthly selection of research and thinking from Ipsos teams around the world. October’s edition features new papers on agile research, surviving disruption, and creating strong branded memories in ads, as well as reports on Kenya, populism, and young people globally.
After an uptick last month, the average global economic assessment of national economies surveyed in 28 countries is down two points this wave with 46% of global citizens rating their national economies as ‘good’.
In 2017-2018, Ipsos and the Water & Development Alliance (WADA) conducted a study to map the hypothesized direct gendered impacts (“women and water”) and the pathways to indirect empowerment impacts (“the ripple effect”) of water programming, and to collect primary data to assess whether these…
More than ever, customers have a powerful influence on their relationship with brands. Their voice matters and they can have a strong impact on a brand’s behaviour.
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Running global Customer Experience studies provides both better value for money than individual country studies and a degree of standardisation across markets. However, their validity remains at risk from an age-old research problem: cultural bias.
Welcome to Ipsos Update – our monthly selection of research and thinking from Ipsos teams around the world. July’s edition features new papers on ethnography, audience measurement and food waste, as well as new global reports on the inclusiveness of nationalities and artificial intelligence.
People who fear numbers are said to suffer from numerophobia or arithmophobia. There are even those who fear specific numbers like number 7 (heptaphobics) or number 13 (triskaidekaphobics). Audience measurement is a discipline swimming in numbers and, with the emergence of Big Data to supplement or…
Ethnography is a research method made for investigating cultural practices, rituals, consumer behaviour, routines and social norms. It helps our clients identify previously unseen opportunities through looking at people’s worlds in a new way, through putting behaviour at the heart of our…