Housing affordability, cost of living & poverty concern the most NZers, but age & political views influence people’s concerns
Many around the world believe their country is in decline and the system is rigged against them.
While almost two thirds of men do believe women have equal opportunities to men.
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 majority (62%) of people around the world think things in their country are on the wrong track. Unemployment currently occupies the top spot for global concern with 38% saying this.
A new poll conducted by Ipsos in 24 countries around the world sheds light on the global citizens’ views on the controversial subject of abortion.
On the eve of International Women’s Day, new data from Ipsos Global @dvisor shows that although the vast majority in 24 countries around the world say they believe men and women should be treated equally (88% on average), most still think the current situation is one of inequality in terms of social, political and/or economic rights (72% on average).
The theme for World Water Day 2017 is “Why waste water?” and is in support of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goal 6.3 to improve water quality by reducing, treating and reusing wastewater.
Most people do not think women belong at home, but when it comes to parenting, traditional beliefs are more dominant.
According to the new Ipsos Global Trends Survey, due to be launched in May 2017, many countries around the world have seen an increase in the number of their citizens who feel under pressure to be successful and make money.