94% of Filipinos are worried about COVID-19, with 38% indicating their income dropped by >50%. Meanwhile, online shopping and spending on necessities are here to stay
New global study shows increasing support for the principle of people seeking refuge from war or persecution but concerns about Coronavirus mean that half of those surveyed want their country to be less open to welcoming refugees.
More people globally believe COVID-19 can live on surfaces for days over other theories.
Under exercising, anxiety, overeating top the list with women more likely to say they are impacted.
Majority in 9 out of 16 countries comfortable with returning to workplace but only two countries comfortable with kids back at school.
The average age up until when a person is considered employable across 28 countries is 49.
The conflict is still a significant part of national identities worldwide.
Two in 5 people say they’ll eat less meat, while a third say they’ll eat fewer dairy products.
People in Japan, hard-hit countries of Spain, France are unhappy with government response.
COVID-19 overtakes all other issues in Ipsos’ What Worries the World survey with the highest level of concern recorded for any category since the series began.