Many around the world believe their country is in decline and the system is rigged against them.
New data from Ipsos Global @dvisor shows that many across 23 countries around the world think that their society is broken, while feeling a lack of confidence in establishment institutions - especially political parties, governments and the media.
The last year has seen opinion and election polling subjected to both criticism and praise. Here we review the evidence, looking particularly at recent experiences in the US, UK, France and the Netherlands.
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Welcome to the August edition of Ipsos Update – our monthly selection of research and thinking from Ipsos teams around the world.
Almost half of New Zealanders want a change in government and 43% feel that the country is headed in the wrong direction