Citizens around the world (63%) and here in the U.S. (64%) believe their country is on the wrong track. On the flip side, consumer confidence has risen to the highest score since Ipsos started tracking in 2010. This, despite a significant political polarization in the U.S. which has resulted in a form of tribalism.
As business managers, how are you supposed to put this into context?
Join us for a complimentary webinar as we discuss the findings of U.S. and global consumer data-driven trends sourced from recent studies including What Worries the World, our monthly consumer confidence index for economies and personal finances, as well as what it means to be a real American.
This webinar will include an interactive Q+A session, so be sure to have your questions prepared in advance.
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Paul Abbate, Senior Vice President, US, Ipsos Public Affairs
Chris Deeney, Senior Vice President, US, Ipsos Public Affairs