Our misperceptions about crime and violence, sex, climate change, the economy and other key issues
Ipsos’ latest Perils of Perception study shows which key facts the online public across 37 countries get right about their society – and which they get wrong. Now in its fifth year, the survey aims to highlight how we’re wired to think in certain ways and how our environment influences our (mis)perceptions.
Mr. Abdul Sattar Babar as its Managing Director Ipsos Pakistan conducted interactive sessions at Leading Business Schools of Pakistan. These included IBA Karachi, NUST Business School, COMSATS and BAHRIA University Islamabad. The topic of the session was “Impact of Technology on Society, Business and Future of Research”. The primary driver of the session was to motivate youth to light fire within them that what is happening in the world and to make real difference by promoting Strategic Anticipation through knowledge-based decision-making.
Who are the World’s Biggest Wearable Tech Buyers?
From the Fitbit to Apple’s smartwatch: wearable tech is becoming increasingly popular across the globe. Early adopters of new technology, the world’s affluent are at the forefront of purchasing wearable tech, ownership reaching over 30% in Spain, Turkey and the USA.
BBC Global Survey: A world Divided?
Three-quarters around the world say their country’s society is divided – and the majority think their country is now more divided than it was 10 years ago, especially in Europe. Differences in political views are seen as the greatest cause of tension, followed by differences between rich and poor. However, despite these divisions, the majority of people in most countries agree that people across the world have more things in common than things that make them different.