Washington Journal C-SPAN, October 10, 2019 - Hear Ipsos’ Clifford Young share recent research exploring why there is a crisis in confidence in the U.S. electoral system.
A weekly podcast series by Ipsos’ U.S. Polling Team where Chris Jackson, Mallory Newall and guests discuss the latest news on American public opinion.
Ipsos surveyed some 19,000 people around the world to mine their attitudes on these changes and spoke to top industry executives about what these insights mean for the future
What The Future
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.
This month's edition of Ipsos Update features recent Ipsos research and thinking on trust, customer experience, populism and nativism and our new edition of Flair South Korea.
People trust those providing essential services over those selling a product or ideology.
Trust is a key component in interpersonal relationships between providers and patients and for solidifying reputation for institutions and companies alike, including the military.
Only four in 10 people think countries are doing enough on climate change.
One in seven say they would pay more for travel with lower carbon footprint than airplanes.
Almost half of those surveyed say AI use by companies should be more strictly regulated.
Ipsos Update - September 2019
This month's edition of Ipsos Update features recent Ipsos research and thinking on happiness, beauty, social media bans, presidents of Latin America and our new edition of Indonesia Flair.