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Expectations Index continues its decline as sentiment remains low among the world’s most advanced economies.
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In 5 infographics, we look at what Ipsos’ recent global polling reveals about how worried consumers are about rising prices, their country’s economy and if they expect relief anytime soon.
The Ipsos SEA Ahead survey ran across Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam in May and June 2022.
Inflation is the top concern for the fifth consecutive month while some countries see worry about covid-19 rise
All sub-indices decline as sentiment remains low among world’s largest advanced economies
New Ipsos polling finds almost 1 in 3 employees, on average, across 28 countries would seek a wage bump, or more money elsewhere, if red-hot prices don’t cool off soon.