The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact societies, not only in terms of health, but also social and economic conditions and day-to-day life.
An in-depth analysis of social media usage habits worldwide.
Using 100 months of data, we go beyond the headline stats to uncover long-term trends and surprising developments in the reported social and political concerns around the world.
An immersion into life in Nigeria, based on findings from the local Ipsos team and told through the eyes of three typical Nigerians.
With most (86%) admitting to having fallen victim to it. three-quarters (78%) are concerned about online privacy & majority (53%) feels more concerned about this, compared to one year ago.
It looks to me like Judy is always “on her phone” but, in truth, she’s organizing her time, connecting with friends, helping her brother nail an interview, vetting lunch spots or keeping up on current events.
This month’s edition features Ipsos research and thinking on technology and healthcare, nationality and inclusivity, Indian cuisine, virtual reality, text analytics and more.
Human curation is more important than ever in an age of ‘Infobesity’ as it offers qualities that are not replicable by AI. We show how a fusion of AI synthesis and strategic human curation can help to drive business impact.
Connected Health: moving in the right direction.
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’.
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 today’s fast-moving, shape-shifting world, it seems virtually every business, every marketer, and every researcher wants to be agile. But, what exactly does agility mean?