More of us now believe someone close to us will be infected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Threat of a recession will result in large fiscal measures from governments, say economists.
Twice as many think women who talk about family are likely to have their career harmed compared to men.
Latest Ipsos Global Survey reveals that though the goal of Gender Parity remains constant, challenges to help women get ahead persist
Majority of people think it is impossible to forecast how the virus is spreading.
Half see the virus as a threat to the world and a majority in all countries believe that it will take several months or longer to contain.
Latest Ipsos Thought-Piece reveals what Gen-Zs really desire and why marketers should care about them. Authenticity would be the biggest driver for brands in an otherwise carefully-curated digital life of a Gen Z
The No. 1 thing people feel worse off than their parents about is retirement.
A poll of 8 countries shows strong support for actions including travel bans and quarantines to control the virus.
Ipsos’ latest Perils of Perception study highlights public misperceptions across 32 countries about the proportion of people who die from diseases, violence, transport injuries and other causes.