World Youth Skills Day 2021: Worse mental health and wellbeing are seen as long-lasting outcomes of the COVID-19 pandemic for children and young people
On average, almost four in ten across 29 countries (a global country average of 37%), think worse mental health and wellbeing among children and young people will be a long-lasting outcome of the pandemic, according to new global study from Ipsos.
Tension between rich and poor is seen as a key source of division around the world
Just over a third of people on average in 28 countries across the world (a Global Country Average of 35%) think that their country is divided by “culture wars” according to a new Ipsos Global Advisor poll, carried out in partnership with the Policy Institute at King’s College London. Despite this, however, there is wide variation in this opinion when looking at individual countries, and many don’t have a strong view.