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Worldwide, more than two in ten respondents, who are aware of the FIFA World Cup 2018,...
Singapore, 06 December 2017 – Ipsos’ latest “Perils of Perception” survey highlights how wrong the online public across 38 countries are about key global issues in their country.
Introducing a new series #ShopperHacks, and Ron Fernandez, Regional Director for Shopper in Asia Pacific.
87% of the world agrees that the world climate is changing; 80% are concerned about the environmental impact of product waste.
How Millennials of Asia will shape tomorrow's payments landscape.
In this issue of Curiosity, we share the latest public opinion surrounding the topics of Women Empowerment, Malaysians' predictions for 2018, and Perception vs Reality: Singaporeans most accurate in APAC.
#IpsosInsight - Employees Familiar with AI Both Welcome and Fear Its Presence: https://t.co/HfV8T9QxN6