New Ipsos study finds three quarters of Malaysians say they can spot fake news, but half of them admit they have discovered stories to be fake after they believed them to be true.
Former Nielsen senior executive joins Ipsos to accelerate growth
After 100 days with a new government, two-thirds of Malaysia is confident that the country is on the right track.
What makes a "real" Malaysian? Find out more through Ipsos' study on inclusiveness and the acceptance of social and cultural diversity...
Ipsos' recent Global Advisor study, carried out in 28 countries, finds that awareness of cyberbullying is increasing globally, up 9 percentage points from 2011.
Ipsos recently conducted an online study in 27 countries around the globe to explore the attitudes towards the FIFA World Cup 2018, to be held in Russia.
Ipsos announces new managing director in Malaysia on 1st June 2018 - Arun Menon
87% of the world agrees that the world climate is changing; 80% are concerned about the environmental impact of product waste.
Malaysians believe that the Royal Family reinforces perceptions of the United Kingdom as a traditional and powerful country.