Read this week’s analysis and observations on public opinion trends exploring topline trends to lay out the forces that are really shaping our society and our future.
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What The Future
American democracy is on life support. And the increasingly alternate realities occupied by some citizens is the central malady suffered by the body politic.
With the 2020 election behind us, the lingering question is how much damage has been done to the basic tenets of democracy in America?
We’re reaching a point where we start to wonder if it’s possible for Americans to see beyond party affiliation and its tribal cues on any topic.
Do Republicans and Democrats agree on anything these days?
Our first research round-up of the year reflects back on 2020, and looks forward at the year ahead. Featured topics include vaccines, behaviour change, food trends and look at the local story in a selection of countries.
After a 2020 that is rated as the worst year for some time, people around the world are looking forward to 2021 for their country, their families and themselves.
We are getting a clearer picture of the future of work as the vaccine signals a massive shift in the pandemic fight.
Our latest Thought Starter compares Americans’ expectations for 2020 (pre-Covid, racial unrest, political strife) against what was, and our outlook for 2021.
December 14, 2020 - Ipsos’ Mallory Newall discusses American confidence in President Elect Joe Biden on The Hill.
Ipsos asked Americans to rank 2020 on a scale of 1-10. Here’s what they said.