Americans’ approval of President Joe Biden’s performance in office is at 41% this week as 31% say the economy is this nation’s most important problem in this week’s Ipsos Core Political.
New Axios/Ipsos poll finds the biggest concern with continued Democratic control is the handling of the economy; concerns about Republicans more mixed
Hurricane Ian forcefully struck Florida this week, making landfall as a Category 4 hurricane. We are spending some time this week unpacking some of the trends around hurricanes and the public’s perception of extreme weather.
In less than five minutes of reading time, we’ll give you all the data and context you need to get you up to speed on Ipsos’ latest wave of the Coronavirus Consumer Tracker.
Fewer Americans confident in their financial situation compared to last quarter
As COVID rates continue to decline, less than a third of Americans are wearing masks often or always in public indoor spaces.
September FiveThirtyEight/Ipsos survey finds more Americans favor stricter regulations on undocumented immigration than on legal immigration
In this first installment of Ipsos’ weekly photo-essay series, Ukrainians from all walks of life share their personal experience of living in the middle of a war.
Key highlights from September’s Inside Track webinar, a briefing from the Ipsos political polling team on data and trends shaping American politics and the upcoming midterm elections.
The Ipsos Global Health Service Monitor also finds that, relative to other countries, more Americans believe the healthcare industry is plagued by high costs and inequitable treatment.
A new Reuters/Ipsos poll also finds that a plurality of Americans opposes using tax dollars to transport migrants