In an uncertain world, data matters. Ipsos experts share the latest research and analysis related to the coronavirus pandemic, based on a multi-country poll.
Stabiliteit tijdens zomerreces
A quarter of people globally say they’re spending more on electronics, books and movies.
Almost two-thirds say cost of groceries has increased even as economies face deflationary pressures.
Globally, consumer expectations are picking up, but job confidence stagnates.
Groceries and household supplies, utility bills top list of higher cost items globally.
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See how people feel about drugs, animals, food, technology and weather when it comes to the virus.
The world is now split on whether coronavirus or unemployment is the most worrying issue facing their country today.
Majority don’t think violent protests are appropriate response to killing of unarmed man.