Threats and engagement in world affairs: The Halifax International Security Forum survey
Ipsos survey for Halifax International Security Forum finds 70% of people, on average, across 30 countries expect in the next 25 years we could see another world conflict involving superpowers similar to World Wars I & II. The New Zealand result is consistent with these findings (70%).
New Zealanders' Views on Mental Health
Wellington, 22 November 2023 – Significantly more New Zealanders now believe the current healthcare system treats mental health as being equally important as physical health. The proportion who believe physical health is treated as more important was 43%, significantly down from 59% in 2022. This puts New Zealand on par with the global country average.
Ipsos releases an update to Global Trends 2023: Polarisation, Pessimism and Positivity
As 2023 draws to a close, the polycrisis grinds on. Each component – political uncertainty, climate change, and war to name just a few – has arguably worsened. This is reflected in our end of year update, and in the increasing sense of pessimism we felt as we wrote this report.
Ipsos strengthens its position in the public sector by acquiring CBG Health Research in New Zealand
Paris, October 31, 2023 - Ipsos, one of the world's leading market research companies, announces the acquisition of CBG Health Research Ltd (CBG) from Reach Aotearoa, a major provider of research, surveying and telehealth services in New Zealand.
22nd Ipsos New Zealand Issues Monitor - October 2023
The latest Ipsos New Zealand Issues Monitor reveals that the primary concern for New Zealanders remains inflation / cost of living, with 62% of New Zealanders identifying it as a key issue. Meanwhile, The Government’s performance rating has slightly increased from August 2023’s record low mean score of 4.5 to 4.7. This marks the first increase in the Government’s performance rating since July 2020.
NZ Edition - the Ipsos Global Health Service Monitor
The newly released NZ edition of the Ipsos Global Health Service Monitor reveals that 75% of New Zealanders feel our health system is over-stretched, significantly higher than the global average. Just 43% of New Zealanders believe that the country’s healthcare system provides equitable care, and New Zealanders are significantly more likely to express concerns about staffing shortages.
NZ Infrastructure Survey 2023
New Zealanders' priorities for infrastructure investment shifts following extreme weather events – Less than a third of New Zealanders are satisfied with our national infrastructure, with flood defences receiving the lowest quality rating among different types of infrastructure, and identified as the number one investment priority in the country.