Research and Insights and the Coronavirus

Understanding the impact of COVID-19 on research and business continuity - how Ipsos can help you weather the storm and come out strong

  • Signals #8: Our latest research on the coronavirus draws on our latest opinion studies, social listening data and expert analysis around the world. Read the full report here.
  • Three-quarters of Americans think Congress should require an emergency 3-year increase in foundation payouts from 5 percent of assets to 10 percent – and require that donor-advised funds have a 10 percent payout to active charities, according to the results of a recent poll conducted by Ipsos on behalf of Giv3. Read more here.
  • Signals #7: Our latest research on the coronavirus draws on our latest opinion studies, social listening data and expert analysis around the world. Read the full report here.
  • We asked veterans nationwide how they think the VA system is dealing with the coronavirus — then compared the answers from those using the VA system to those who aren't. Read more here.
  • Signals #6: Our research on the coronavirus draws on our surveys, social media monitoring and the analysis of our teams around the world. Read the full report here.
  • Ipsos is launching America in Flux, a syndicated U.S.-specific longitudinal, digital ethnography study centered around how behavior and beliefs continue to change during COVID-19 and how they might settle out. Which new behaviors will stick, and which will revert back? Learn more here.
  • Signals #5: Our research on the coronavirus draws on our surveys, social media monitoring and the analysis of our teams around the world. Read the full report here.
  • In the face of COVID-19 and social distancing, all aspects of the healthcare market research game have changed – the board, the players and the strategy. Read more here.

  • Synthesio is committed to tracking the evolving impact of the COVID-19 crisis, as well as monitoring the long-term effects. Here are some recent highlights of what they’ve learned so far.

  • As the coronavirus continues to disrupt traditional care norms, major pharm products have an unprecedented opportunity to define new market dynamics and demonstrate population health leadership. Read more here.

  • Signals #4: Our research on the coronavirus draws on our surveys, social media monitoring and the analysis of our teams around the world. Read the full report here.
  • Americans are expressing growing feelings of anger as the number of U.S. deaths continues to rise and people grow accustomed to their new realities. Read more here.
  • Coronavirus around the world: The third edition of our global Signals digest brings together Ipsos’ latest research on coronavirus and draws on our surveys, social media monitoring and analysis from our teams around the world. Read it here.
  • Ipsos’ qualitative analysis of G-MED Global Physician Online Community explores what physicians are communicating during COVID-19.
  • View our on demand webinar with Ipsos Public Affairs President, Dr. Clifford Young, and global BioSurveillance expert, Mark Polyak, to hear more about Ipsos’ BioSurveillance Atlas and how our healthcare clients are leveraging this capability for making real-time, expedient and data-driven decisions during this unprecedented time of uncertainty.
  • Learn more about Ipsos’ Biosurveillance Atlas platform provides real time insights from disparate data streams in order to provide a unified picture of public reaction to COVID-19. 
  • Ipsos offers an overview of alternative ways to conduct research when face-to-face contact is not an option.
  • Ipsos offers around-the-clock insights from engaged consumers, and a syndicated online community.  
  • A New World: What to consider when transitioning a research program from offline to online. The coronavirus pandemic and social distancing is changing the way we gather research. Learn how to easily transition to online research for future insights. Read the full report. 
  • Monitoring COVID-19 Pandemic at the Department of Veterans Affairs The VA has over 150 hospitals and serves a population of over twenty million Veterans. Learn how Ipsos is committed to helping VA with their insight needs during this pandemic. Read the full report.
  • Don’t Let COVID-19 Distance You From Your Customers Right now, it is not business as usual. Let Ipsos’ online solutions deliver you in-depth global insights and intelligence in real-time. Read the full report.
  • How your CX data can help you navigate COVID-19 disruption No industry is immune to the impact of the pandemic. Ipsos’ CX team says companies should focus on five areas to help their risk mitigation strategies. Find out what they are.
  • No travel? No problem! With the global pandemic grounding travel, insights for your research is needed. Ipsos’ robust digital and online qualitative capabilities can help. Learn how our global reach and network can assist your business today.No travel? No problem! Read the full report.

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