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International Women's Day: Global opinion remains committed to gender equality, but half now believe it is coming at the expense of men
Ipsos unveils a new global study carried out in 32 countries in collaboration with the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership at King’s College London for International Women’s Day.
Ipsos Releases Global Trends 2023: A New World disorder
As 2023 opens, we’re entering a new world disorder filled with crises on multiple fronts. The largest Global Trends survey ever, from leading insights firm Ipsos, shows that, globally, 74% agree that their government and public services will do too little to help people in the years ahead.
Introducing Synthesio’s trend discovery engine: Topic Modeling
Topic Modeling will be available on the Synthesio platform on 20th July. Our AI-powered discovery engine automatically scans, categorizes, and visualizes hundreds of thousands of online conversations using the power of machine learning to help you uncover unknown or hidden phenomenons and make trend analysis much easier!
Earth Day 2022: few can correctly identify actions which are best at cutting carbon emissions
New research by Ipsos shows people around the world are not very likely to make environmentally friendly changes that would have the most impact on cutting carbon emissions. Less than half say they are likely to make changes such as eating fewer dairy products (41%), eating less meat (44%), changing their household heating system to a low carbon system (44%), despite these being some of the most effective ways in cutting carbon emissions.